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Parent/Caregiver Support Group: Tuesdays, online
Open to all parents and caregivers of someone any age with autism, new online support group provides an ongoing avenue of resources, support, ideas, and encouragement where it’s needed most, at home. Presented by Autism Society Greater Cincinnati. Online via Zoom or by phone.
AMC Sensory Friendly Films: Second & Fourth Saturdays of the Month
AMC offers sensory-friendly showings of family films the second and fourth Saturdays of every month. Theaters turn the lights up and the sound down, encouraging audience members to dance, walk, shout or sing!
iFLY Cincinnati All-Abilities Night: First Sunday of the Month
Specially trained flight instructors will help people with cognitive or physical disabilities spread their wings and fly!
Showcase Cinemas Sensory Sensitive Screenings: First Saturday of the Month
Showcase Cinemas Springdale offers Sensory Sensitive Screenings the first Saturday of the month. Guests may dance, cheer, clap, sing or otherwise engage with the movie.
Cincinnati Art Museum Autism Sensory Saturday: Fourth Saturday of the Month, Sept-May except November and December
Cincinnati Art Museum hosts Sensory Saturday the fourth Saturday of the month, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Explore different galleries with the help of specially trained docents and multi-sensory learning centers. Then stop by the Rosenthal Education Center (REC) to participate in an all-ability art making activity.
Autism and We: Fourth Saturday of the Month
Meeting the fourth Saturday of every month, Autism and We is a collaborative of African-American parents, clinicians, caregivers and educators with a common goal to support, educate and advocate for a unique segment of the population that is often underrepresented.
Unique & Timely Events
The nation’s leading autism event, featuring world-class experts and 90+ sessions for professionals, family members and self-advocates. Select live sessions. Select sessions in Spanish. Networking opportunities. Expo and giveaways. Art exhibit featuring work of artists with ASD. Gain practical strategies to use at work, school, home and in your communities. Virtual. Registration required. Scholarships available.
2 days of conference all about the use of Charting the LifeCourse in Ohio. Features keynote addresses, family panel, Project Stir, diversity, inspiring stories and more. Online via Zoom. Registration required.
This session will discuss supporting your family member through the employment planning process and offer online resources as well as tools for organization and communication. 6 to 7 p.m. via Zoom. Free; registration required.
One-hour online session regarding the challenge of saving for the future or an emergency without affecting benefits for individuals with disabilities. This session will help parents stay informed about changes or updates required for future planning. Many more details and questions will be addressed. 6 to 7 p.m. via Zoom. Free; registration required.