PALS is a a non-profit organization supporting individuals with autism spectrum disorders in Central Florida registered with the UCF Center for Autism & Related Disabilities
WHAT IS PALS?
Designed for sisters of children with ASD who often find themselves in more responsible and mature roles than other girls their age. This is their chance to meet and hang out and have some girl fun all by themselves.
WHAT DOES PALS DO?
Want to get involved as a supporter and make a difference in someone's life? Be a sponsor/promoter of an indididual or a program.
HELP US. HELP OTHERS.
Click below to view our upcoming events and special activities. For your convenience each program has it's own calendar. For UCF CARD trainings visit the UCF CARD site at www.ucf-card.org
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PROVIDING AUTISM LINKS & SUPPORT
PALS shares in the grief of Orlando in the wake of the PULSE massacre. Children are not immune to the grief we feel. UCF CARD has prepared a social story that may be used to help children process what is going on in our area now and in the next few days. To download and print, click here. To view online, click on the book to the right. To request a copy to add different photos, email CARD at email@example.com
2016 Sibshops now open!
workshop just for siblings (ages 8-16) who have brothers and sisters with a disability. Sibshops are pedal-to-the-metal events where siblings meet other sibs (usually for the first time) , have fun, laugh, talk about the good and not-so-good parts of having a sib with special needs, play some great games, learn something about the services their brothers and sister receive, and have some more fun. Space is limited! RSVP here.