The Hussman Center for Adults with Autism hosts groups throughout the year for adults on the autism spectrum. The groups are dynamic, self-directed experiences for autistic adults. Participants gather for social interaction and to take part in activities that interest them. The groups are drop-in in nature and do not require advance registration. For more information about the programs, contact us.
Young women from the community meet with staff and student facilitators at the Hussman Center for Adults with Autism to participate in fun activities and discuss issues specific to young women on the autism spectrum, including women’s health, relationship building, coping with peer pressure, self-expression and self-advocacy. This program is open to all, with free admission. Some activities may take place at venues outside of the Center; these activities may have a cost, which is the responsibility of the participants. Transportation is not provided by the Center.
This informal group of adults on the autism spectrum from the surrounding community meets at the Center to provide opportunities for young adults to socialize in a relaxed and supportive atmosphere. It is open to all, and a small membership fee is assessed to cover the costs of the program.