Adult Services Town Hall: Connecticut 3/20

Monday, March 20, 2017
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
University of Hartford, Gray Conference Center
200 Bloomfield Ave
West Hartford, CT 06117
United States

6:00pm Resource Fair | 1877 Club
7:00pm Panel discussion | Wilde Auditorium 

6:00 pm Registration & Resource Fair
Service providers will be set up at the 1877 Club.
Complimentary refreshments will be offered.

7:00 pm Panel Discussion
The program will feature opening remarks, and a facilitated discussion.
This will take place in the Wilde Auditorium.

Moderator: Dr. Roger Jou, Yale Child Study Center

• Julia Isenberg, Chapel Haven
• Julie Piepenbring, Adelbrook
• Esther Vallas, Vista Life Innovations
• Michelle Ouimette, Ability Beyond 

8:15 pm Audience Q&A – timing is approximate
Attendees are invited to submit written questions for the moderator, and are
welcomed to connect individually following the panel.

8:30 pm Program closes

This Town Hall will focus on the services and resources available to adults on the autism spectrum in Connecticut. Our panelists will provide you with options to think about and explore as you or your family seek out adult services. 

The goal of this meeting is to bring together young adults and adults with autism, families, adult service providers and state resources in a positive and collaborative atmosphere.

Who should come? Young adults preparing for the transition to adulthood, adults with autism, family members, school staff, adult service system professionals, and policy makers. 

Complimentary light refreshments will be available. 

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