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June 28, 2016
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

NYU Langone Medical Center, Schwartz Lecture Hall E

Thinking Positive About the Future will include presentations by several guest speakers who work with the ASD and LD community; offering advice on the key stages of transition to adulthood including: letting go, adjusting to college, finding success in the workplace, and achieving independence. Some presenters will focus on their organization and what they do, while others will focus on how they do it. Each panel presentation is different and will provide various levels of relevance and helpfulness depending on a family or professional’s needs.

Registration begins at 5:30 pm
Panel presentations begin at 6 pm
A Q&A will be held at 8 pm

About the Presenters:

Dr Michael McManmon, Ed.D. – Founder of CIP, Author of Made for Good Purpose

Dr Stephen Shore, Ed.D. – Professor at Adelphi University, Author of Beyond the Wall: Personal Experiences with Autism and Asperger Syndrome

Katherine Sullivan, PhD – Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU School of Medicine

Chelsea Bourn, MA – Transition Program Director, The Glenholme School

Priscilla Gilman, PhD – Author of The Anti-Romantic Child

Visit our website to learn more about each panelist.