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Glenwood Art Show in October

Glenwood is hosting our first art show presenting art created by individuals we serve. Under the direction of Glenwood Director Joe Carter, the artists have created beautiful and memorable art.  Join us on Thursday, October 10, 4:30-6:30 pm at the Forstall … Continue reading

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Save the Date for Big Top 2020

Step right up to the BIGGEST event of the year! Exciting changes are in store for Big Top 2020! The date has been set for February 21, 2020 and the tent will be raised in a new location. Haven in … Continue reading

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Glenwood Endowed Lecture at UAB

Approaches For Students Who Present Complex Challenges Students on the autism spectrum with co-occurring mental health & behavioral issues can present challenges to those who interact with them. Cathy Pratt, BCBA-D, Director of Indiana Resource Center for Autism, will discuss … Continue reading

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Parent Training Series: Sleeping, Eating, and Toilet-training – Considerations for my child with autism

Dr. Mary-Kate Carey, Director of the Children’s Center, will lead a three-part training series focused on issues related to sleep, feeding, and toilet-training for children with an autism spectrum disorder. This class is geared towards families of young children with … Continue reading

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Parent Training Series: Responding to Challenging Behavior in the Home

Dr. Mary-Kate Carey, Director of the Children’s Center, will lead a three-part training series focused on how to manage and respond to challenging behavior by individuals with an autism spectrum disorder in the home. The class will be interactive, and … Continue reading

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Emerging Leaders in Autism

The Alabama Autism Providers Network (AAPN) is requesting applications from future leaders in ASD research, services, or education in Alabama to attend the Alabama Autism Conference in Tuscaloosa on 2/22/19. Emerging Youth Leader Award: supports a high school student and … Continue reading

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Upcoming Caregivers of Autism Fellowship Group Meetings

Caregivers of Autism Fellowship Group Women’s Group: Meets the last Monday from 9:00-10:00am of every month at the Children’s Center. It will be supported by Dr. Mary-Kate Carey, Director of the Children’s Center. All moms, aunts, grandmothers, sisters, cousins, and … Continue reading

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2019 Ireland Legacy Golf Tournament

  Mark your calendar for Glenwood’s 27th Annual Ireland Legacy Tournament on Monday, May 6. Thanks to the help of our sponsors, this long running golf tournament raises more than $100,000 each year for Glenwood’s programs for adults with autism … Continue reading

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Save the Date for Big Top 2019

The date has been set for A Night Under the Big Top! For 15 years, Glenwood’s Junior Board has hosted this premiere event to benefit children with autism. Over 700 guests are expected each year and are treated to an evening … Continue reading

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Parent Training Classes: Responding to Challenging Behavior in the Home – an ABA perspective

Dr. Mary-Kate Carey, PhD, BCBA-D, LBA, will offer a training course over 3 weekly classes for free this month. The training will deal with How to Respond to Challenging Behavior in the Home.  Individuals with autism may engage in challenging behavior … Continue reading

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