Thursday, August 27, 2009

You're invited to make a difference in the life of an individual with an Autism Spectrum Disorder

What are Autism Action Groups?
Autism action groups are initiated, developed and supported by
Commonwealth Autism Service. Group participants include self-advocates, parents, educators, private and public service providers and other concerned individuals. Currently, there are six Autism Action Groups:
  • The Central Virginia Autism Action Group
  • The Greater Roanoke Valley Autism Action Group
  • The Piedmont Autism Action Group
  • The Cumberland Autism Action Group
  • The New River Valley Autism Action Group
  • Southwest Virginia Autism Action Group

The Northern Virginia Communities of Practice is joining with Commonwealth Autism Service to start a local Autism Action Group. If you are interested, or would like more information, and/or want to be part of this group, please come to our meeting:

September 2, 2009.

2 to 4 pm

Sycamore Room B

Fauquier Health

500 Hospital Drive

Warrenton, VA 20186

Drive up Carriage House Lane by the Warrenton Police Dept., turn right on Veteran's Drive, then turn left up the hill toward the main entrance. Turn right into the Bistro parking lot. Enter through the doors under the teal and gray awning at the Bistro entrance. Take the stairs or the elevator up one level. When you are looking at the "art wall" turn right and go to the end of the hallway to Sycamore Room B.