Neurodivergent Penn State students are invited to this casual on-campus social group presented by ACRES and Penn State's Student Disability Resources! The group is run BY neurodiverse Penn Staters, FOR neurodiverse Penn Staters! Even if you don't have a formal diagnosis, all who identify as Neurodivergent are invited to come and meet fellow students, learn about helpful campus resources, and hang out with others who "get it."
This group meets weekly at 6 PM in Room 101 Boucke, alternating between Monday and Thursday evenings, as long as PSU is in session. Meeting dates are listed on our Events Calendar. The group also has a vibrant online presence on Discord at https://bit.ly/NeurodiversePSU.
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 neurodivergent young adults meet at ACRES every other Wednesday from 6-8 PM for a casual social time. Contact us if you are interested!Learn More
Traditional parties and holidays can be overwhelming for individuals with autism, but that doesn't mean they don't want to participate. Throughout the year, ACRES hosts special parties and events with neurodivergent community members in mind. From sensory-friendly backyard barbecues to not-so-scary Halloween celebrations, these events provide individuals of all ages and abilities with the opportunity to have fun!
Free (contributions accepted)