Early Diagnosis of Autism Leads to Appropriate Intervention Last week the Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 1 in 88 children born in 2008 were diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. The findings also reflected that the average child with autism is diagnosed with the condition at 4 years of age. (For more […]
Over 30 people joined us on Saturday, February 25th for a lively and instructive four-hour transition workshop. The afternoon event included presentations from psychologist Dr. Julie Steck, postsecondary disability specialist Dr. David Parker, school psychologist Nancy Lindhjem, and assistive technology specialist Beth Waite, all from CRG. Parents, students, and professionals learned about college options for […]
CRG offers a wide range of groups for children, teens, and adults during the spring semester. Examples include social skills groups for youth, problem-solving groups for teenage boys, a mother’s support group, and a book club for parents of college-bound teens with LD/ADHD. Call CRG at (317) 575-9111 to register or click Spring 2012 Groups for more […]
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