Because females often experience autism differently than males do, women and girls with autism are a frequently overlooked demographic. As they read and discuss books about the female autism experience, participants in ACRES' Women's Book Club connect with each other, share advice, and learn more about themselves. This group meets at the ACRES house (2400 Bernel Road, State College) at 6 PM every other Monday.Learn More
College can be tough, especially if you have an autism spectrum disorder or learning disability. ACRES invites PSU students on the spectrum to join us for individualized discussion and guidance to help you succeed. Whether you need a mentor, advice on navigating the PSU system, or just want to meet others "on the spectrum," we'll find solutions that work for you. If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call, or text. We will gladly meet you on campus for a private, confidential discussion.
Free (Contributions accepted)
Socialization can be difficult for those on the autism spectrum, so ACRES is proud to be a safe place where adults with autism can make friends, have a chat, and just have fun! A group of young adults on the autism spectrum meets every Wednesday from 6-8 PM.
Free (contributions accepted)