PAN-S: Life on the Spectrum

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The Philadelphia Autism Network – Self-Advocate (PAN-S) Workshop Series presents Life on the Spectrum, a workshop series developed by and for autistic people. Topics vary and focus on advocacy, postsecondary education, relationships and intersectional identities, with content developed by autistic individuals. Interpretation and translation services provided. See below to learn more about upcoming workshops!

Thank you to our partners:

This work is supported by a grant from the Eagles Autism Foundation. 

A.J. Drexel Autism Institute

Policy and Analytics Center (PAC)

Autism Services, Education, Resources and Training (ASERT) Collaborative Eastern Region

Philadelphia Autism Project

 

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

Wednesday, 7/28/21, 7:00-8:00 PM: NAVIGATING HIGHER EDUCATION

Workshop developed by Elliot Mumma

A conversation about the ins and outs of higher education, from the perspectives of both an Autistic young adult currently in college and a representative from the Drexel Autism Support Program.

SPEAKERS
Elliot Mumma, current college student
Amy Edwards, Ed.D., Director of Drexel Autism Support Program (DASP)

FUTURE WORKSHOPS

Saturday, September 18: SEX ED. AND DATING

October TBD: INTERSECTIONAL IDENTITIES

November TBD: MENTAL HEALTH & SELF-CARE

PAST WORKSHOPS

Thursday, 7/1/21, 1:30-3:00 PM: SELF ADVOCACY

Workshop developed by Ellie McKeown

A panel of Autistic individuals discuss what self-advocacy looks like and how to implement it in your daily life.

MODERATED BY:
Robin Roscigno, Founder of AuTeach
Featuring a panel of Philadelphia-based self-advocates

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