Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

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.

Camp Journey Overnight

Summer Day Camps, Saturday Day Camps, Spring Break Camp

Dad's Day Out!

Sibling Support Group Trampoline Park Outing

Adult Support Group Trampoline Park Outing

Mocha Matters Virtual Support Group

Summer Transition Academy

Let's Show Appreciation for Gwinnett County Teachers!

Mom's Day Out
April 29

News & Announcements

SPECTRUM SUMMER DAY CAMP AND CAMP JOURNEY REGISTRATION WILL OPEN FEB. 1, 2023. MORE INFO HERE!

 

SPECTRUM MONTHLY SUPPORT GROUP MEETING

Feb. 2, 2023

6 :30-8pm

Navigating Applied Behavior Analysis, presented by Lizzy Landers, M.S., BCBA, Executive Director, and Sara Beth Tung, M.A.,BCBA, Associate Clinical Director, Autism Learning Partners

Thank you to Autism Learning Partners for sponsoring this meeting!

Additional topic: How to tell your child they are on the autism spectrum and teaching them self-advocacy skills, presented by Russell Lloyd, Self-Advocate for autism

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF DULUTH

(Enter on the lower right side of building at preschool portico entrance)
2908 Duluth Hwy 120
Duluth, GA 30096

NO RSVP NEEDED.

Social skills groups for school age children. Autistic Adults will meet at the same time as well as the Dads Group and breakout for parents of adults with autism.

Spectrum Super Stars

Congratulations to our December Stars of the month - Boy Scout Troop 1534!
Scouts BSA Troop 1534 Senior Patrol Leader, Tommy Phillips, built three picnic tables to put in the backyard of the new Spectrum building in Duluth. He had about 30 people helping, with most of the helpers coming from Troop 1534, and other scouts from troops in Sugar Hill, Buford, and Suwanee.


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Spectrum Brochures

Learn more about Spectrum, our events and programs, and help spread the word! Download and print our informational brochure available in English, Spanish and Korean. Download Here.

Support Spectrum

Help support our summer camp and education programs, raise autism awareness and contribute to the overall success of children with autism in our community. Click here to donate.

Volunteer Opportunities

Are you interested in volunteering with Spectrum? Indicate what areas/events you may be interested in volunteering and we'll be in touch with you. View our list of volunteer opportunities.

Spectrum is grateful to all of our generous supporters throughout our community and beyond!

View our Spectrum Supporters here.