Welcome to Spectrum!
We’re here to support the autism community through our many programs, events and resources. Our Monthly Support Groups, Respite Programs and Family Camp are geared toward supporting the entire family, while our Summer Day Camp, Overnight Camps and Social Skills Groups provide social opportunities for individuals of all abilities on the autism spectrum. Please check out the Resources we have listed for those impacted by autism and learn more about all of Spectrum’s programs by viewing the tabs above.
Spectrum has been nominated as one of the best community organizations in Gwinnett. Take time to vote for us! You can vote once a day! Voting is open until Dec. 31, 2018. Help us gain this honored distinction! Vote at https://www.guidetogwinnett.com/united-states/suwanee/churches-charities-community-organizations/spectrum-autism-support
Spectrum on CBS 46 News December 7, 2018
Monthly Spectrum Meeting
Spectrum's next monthly support group meeting will be on Thursday, Feb. 7, 6:30-8:00 pm, First Baptist Church of Duluth, 2908 Duluth Hwy, Duluth, and will offer several topics :
Dealing with the stress of parenting children on the autism spectrum" presented by Dustin Ellis, Master of Family Therapy, GROW Counseling.
"ABA Therapy - What you want to know" presented by Fusion Autism Center.
Breakouts will also be offered for parents of teens/adults with HFA autism, Dads, Spanish speaking parents and parents of preschoolers. Social skills groups and childcare available for all ages. Check out the full schedule and Thursday meeting topics here.
Gift of Time Respite Program
Our Gift of Time Respite program provides an opportunity for parents to have some much-needed respite time. Our next session is scheduled for Saturday, February 9, 2019, 11:30 am - 3:30 pm. Advance registration is required. Registration now open .
DRAMA CLUB registration open for winter/spring session!
TECHNOLOGY CLUB REGISTRATION is now open for Winter session, Feb. 12-March 19.
Studio Movie Grill
The next sensory friendly screenings will be Bumblebee; Jan. 19, A Dog's Way Home; Feb. 2, The Kid Who Would Be King, at Duluth, Marietta and Roswell locations. Sensory friendly screenings run with the lights up and sound down so the children are free to laugh, play, sing and even dance while they watch. 5% of the proceeds from the "Chefs for Children" menu benefit Spectrum! Check out the upcoming schedule here.
Spectrum Super Star
Our Spectrum Super Star for the month of January 2019 has been posted. Kelly Laco is making a difference for Spectrum and individuals with autism and disabilities! Do you know someone who's making an impact in the autism community? Nominate them as a Spectrum Star here!
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