For information about the Autism Society of NC Mecklenburg County Chapter

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Press Releases

iPad Initiative

Smart Start Autism Family Resource Guide

PLCMC Booklist!

Contact Us

Autism Resource Specialists
Gwen Capers-Singleton or (704) 894-9678
Nancy Nestor or (704) 894-9678
Nancy Popkin or (704) 894-9678
ASNC Office
8420 University Executive Park Drive, Suite 810
Charlotte, NC 28262

2017 Calendar

ASNC-MCC posts the information given to it. Please contact the individual organizations to confirm events

Feb. 3rd (F) Tapestry Movie Night for Tweens and Teens 6:30 - 8:30 PM; Myers Park Presbyterian Church, Room D-204 (Note the new Room) , 2501 Oxford Place, Charlotte; Free; RSVP to Stewart Tonissen or 704-519-8405.

Feb. 16th (Th) Trusted Parents Meeting 5:00 - 7:00 PM; Imaginon 300 E 7th St., Charlotte, NC; For more information, please contact Nikia Bye

Feb. 16th (Th) Sensory Storytime 6:00 - 6:30 PM; Imaginon 300 E 7th St., Charlotte, NC; storytime filled with stories, songs, and activities specifically designed for children, ages 3 to 5, with autism spectrum disorders, sensory integration issues, or other developmental disabilities. No registration required. Please call (704) 416-4630 for more information

Therapeutic Recreation Programs

Charlotte TEACCH Center

***ASNC-MCC does not promote any activity or event. We simply offer information. Please note that it is your responsibility to decide what works best for your family’s specific needs.

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Autism-Related Links

NPR report - "Gene Mutations Offer Clues On The Autistic Brain"

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MTV True Life: I Have Autism -

Temple Grandin interview on "Fresh Air" (NPR) -

Mission Statement
The Autism Society of North Carolina is committed to providing support and promoting opportunities which enhance the lives of individuals within the autism spectrum and their families.

Vision Statement
The Autism Society of North Carolina strives to create a community where people within the autism spectrum and their families receive respect, services, and support based on individual differences.