Browse Sites By Tag: art — Free autism education and peer support community for adults, parents and children seeking information and support for ASD.
01.06.2019 · 0 comments · From gary_jesch — Olmsted, Blaxill and Stagliano provide current news from inside the autism epidemic on science, politics, treatment, government affairs, vaccine safety and more.
07.10.2016 · 0 comments · From gary_jesch — Celebrating neurodiversity through all forms of art and artistic expression. Our services include supporting worldwide artists by featuring them on our website and promoting their works; producing and providing quality and unique neurodiverse literature with a special emphasis on the autistim spectr…
23.05.2016 · 0 comments · From gary_jesch — Different Brains is a site developed to provide neurodiversity resources and communities with those on the spectrum or with neurological disorders.
02.02.2016 · 0 comments · From gary_jesch — Art Walk for Kids/Adults focuses on benefiting artists with special needs and at risk, youth and adults, through a curriculum of art education. Located in Santa Barbara, California.
20.11.2015 · 0 comments · From gary_jesch — Uniting aspiring artists with autism, Promoting Micro-enterprising, Provising Opportunities, Creating Independence
20.11.2015 · 0 comments · From gary_jesch — Arts and Healing Network is an online resource celebrating the connection between arts and healing.
20.11.2015 · 0 comments · From gary_jesch — Arts & Healing Network is an online resource celebrating the connection between art and healing. Our site offers a wealth of resources, inspiration, and opportunities to connect with others interested in the field of art and healing.
20.11.2015 · 0 comments · From gary_jesch — ANCA provides international recognition for artists, poets, scientists and creatives on the spectrum through their magazine, website, radio shows, and awards ceremonies.
20.11.2015 · 0 comments · From gary_jesch — Actionplay offers training and professional development for education, arts, and culture professionals to develop compassionate and sensory aware experiences for people with autism and related conditions. Located in New York City.
19.11.2015 · 0 comments · From gary_jesch