Kate Ferguson

Connections Created: AST April Recap!

April is always our busiest time of year and 2022 was no exception! We started a new cohort of our Path-Building Employment Program, presented to PayPal on Autism Acceptance and Awareness, and our Executive Director was on New York City’s NPR station, WNYC, to discuss women and Autism, and why […]

Autism Acceptance Month – How To #CelebrateDifferences & Support AST!

The Autism Society of Texas believes that acceptance is creating a world where everyone in the Autism community is connected to the support they need, when they need it. And by everyone, it means every unique individual: the implacable, inimitable, and irreplaceable you. We are asking you to #CelebrateDifferences with us […]

Connections Created: AST March Recap!

  In March we hosted our first recreation event in partnership with Big Thicket National Preserve in East Texas! Ranger Tera is hosting nature walks geared towards the Autism community during our Big Thicket Third Thursdays! In our Path-Building Employment Program (PEP), participants were invited to create a video resume […]

February 2022 News

Our February Newsletter is out! From our 14th Annual Texas Autism Walk registration opening, to our Seminars Across The Spectrum “Sex Ed Guidance: What Everyone Needs To Know” presentation, there is a lot happening in the coming months!   Read our February newsletter here: https://mailchi.mp/texasautismsociety.org/feb2022-astnewsletter   Subscribe to our newsletter […]

Connections Created: AST January Recap!

We had a great start to the year with our first Seminars Across the Spectrum, “Preparing Tweens and Teens for Adulthood”! Our team continues advocacy efforts behind-the-scenes, and our Executive Director was quoted in a press release from Disability Rights Texas, “Increased Arrests of School Staff for Violent Restraint of […]