Category: Events

9/13 The PLAY Project

The University of Kentucky, Division of Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics will be hosting The PLAY Project training September 13-14, 2016 in Lexington. KY. The PLAY Project Survey The purpose of this survey is to determine the level of interest in this

8/28 Bluegrass Autism Walk

Our Bluegrass Autism Walk will be held on a Sunday, August 28 from 2pm to 5pm at the Whitaker Bank Ballpark. We hope you will save the date on your calendar to attend this year’s Walk in support of Autism

4/16 Autism Workshop

AUTISM SOCIETY OF THE BLUEGRASS PRESENTS “Supports for the Newly Diagnosed in Early Childhood and Elementary Years” Workshop_Flyer_2016 Workshop_Info_2016 The Early Years The diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders is stressful and overwhelming. Families and professionals need all the supports available as they

1/29 Therapeutic Parks and Recreation Program

Come share your thoughts about the Therapeutic Parks and Recreation Program this Friday January 29 at the Dunbar Center @ 11am. (This meeting will an opportunity to give feedback to staff about program offerings) Please RSVP to vog.yknotgnixelnull@enrobialcb by Wednesday

Spring classes at Stage Right Acting

ASBG members have enjoyed the classes offered by Stage Right Acting. Register for Spring 2016. Now that winter break is over, get back in the studio to prepare for upcoming auditions, shows and continue perfecting your craft. Classes begin JANUARY

New Years Eve Masquerade Ball

The Grand Reserve and Barrel House will host a New Years Eve Masquerade Ball at 903 Manchester Street. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to ASBG. We appreciate their generosity and wish everyone a Happy New Year!

9/27 our annual Bluegrass Autism Walk

And it will soon be that exciting time of the year when we get together to participate in our annual Bluegrass Autism Walk. The walk this year will be on Sunday afternoon, September 27 at Whitaker Bank Ballpark. Click here to

9/1 Services for Individuals with Disabilities From Birth to Age 21

The Arc of Central Kentucky presents: Services for Individuals with Disabilities From Birth to Age 21 First Steps – Angie Casey Hands (Lexington Health Department)-Moni Shields Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Services -Jeremy Thompson

8/29 Life after High School workshop

Life After High School: Building Inclusive Futures Based On Talents, Gifts, and Capacity Typically graduation from High School is one of the most exciting times of life. However, for many young men and women with intellectual disabilities it can be

5/1 Autism support group in Georgetown

A new autism support group in Georgetown will meet on Friday, 5/1 at 6:30pm in the Georgetown Community Hospital cafeteria. Please contact Tiffany Banks (moc.liamgnull@sknabnnaojynaffit) if you would like more information.