Transition to Adulthood Event at CSH

Children’s Specialized Hospital Family Faculty gathered parents and guardians to discuss important issues regarding Transition to Adulthood on Friday, May 24th. Topics ranged from ‘How to prepare for Transition’ from Middle School years, High School years, 18-21 years and 21 and Up to Medical Providers to Community Resources. Thank you to CSH Family Faculty for…

Ciclovia Returns June 1st!

Join members of the community in participating in Ciclovia:   New Brunswick Ciclovia closes more than 3 miles of streets to city traffic so residents can walk, push baby strollers, skate, run, bike, use wheelchairs and walkers, rollerblade, dance, and utilize the roadways in countless creative and active ways.   See more here

Autism and Genetics Conference at Columbia

Autism, Genetics and Identity This half-day conference is free and open to researchers, scholars, and interested members of the Columbia University community, local colleges and universities, journalists, and the general public. See flyer below! Columbia CEER June 2019 CONFERENCE Autism Genetics and Identity Flyer

Media Covers Eagleton Poll showing that 80% of People in New Jersey know somebody with Autism

“The American Psychiatric Association has already included sensory issues – as part of the criteria for diagnosing Autism, yet the public still perceives Autism as a behavioral problem or mental illness more than they do a disorder of the nervous system.  said Elizabeth Torres, associate professor of Psychology and director of the New Jersey Autism Center of…

Table Talk Training

See flyer for free Table Talk Feeding Workshop on June 26 from 10 am – 12 pm at Children’s Specialized Hospital 150 New Providence Road, Mountainside, NJ Auditorium A. Table Talk Feeding Workshop V2 Flyer 2019  

Simons Foundation Announces Bridge to Independence Award for Autism Researchers

SFARI is invested in supporting the next generation of top autism researchers. The Bridge to Independence Award program promotes talented early-career scientists by facilitating their transition to research independence and providing grant funding at the start of their professorships at a U.S. or Canadian research institution.   see more here: