Oct 1 – Nov 1 all-day
Every journey starts with a single step. Start yours here, then see how far you can take it. Whether a fun 5-miler or a 10-mile chance to really push your limits, Tough Mudder has the challenge for you. The courses are engineered so that teamwork isn’t just encouraged; it’s required. With the help of your fellow Mudders, you’ll overcome best-in-class...
Nov 3 all-day
Run the city that never sleeps! This famous 26.2 mile course leads runners through a full tour of New York City's five boroughs. Start in Staten Island and continue through Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, and the Bronx before the grand finale in Central Park. This race is known for its crowd support, elite racers, and celebrity sightings. until the 2019 New...
Nov 11 – Dec 31 all-day
OAR's 2019 Annual Campaign is in full swing! Your support has helped OAR have another great year, which brought: The total number of hires through our Hire Autism employment initiative to 56 individuals with autism We surpassed $4 million in total research funded A brand-new online resource, Sex Ed. for Self-Advocates, which focuses on sexuality and sex education for teens...
Dec 3 all-day
We all get two days of great shopping deals with Black Friday and Cyber Monday. On #GivingTuesday, we have a day of giving back. #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving, that our organization is proud to take part in. This December, OAR turns 18 and we want your help raising $18,000 to celebrate! Your donation is critical to our...
Dec 11 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
until the webinar begins! Unstuck and On Target: Improving Young People’s Executive Function Skills This webinar will introduce participants to Unstuck and On Target (UOT), a cognitive behavioral intervention that improves young people’s executive function skills. Presented by Laura G. Anthony, PhD and John F. Strang, PsyD Description Unstuck and On Target (UOT) is an empirically-supported executive function intervention, with...
Apr 9 @ 11:00 am – 12:05 pm
until the webinar begins! Seminar in Crisis Safety for the ASD Population Best practices and tools to support parents and educators in addressing safety concerns Presented by Scott Fowler Description This webinar discusses the vital importance of safety and crisis preparation in both school and home settings. Topics covered include wandering and elopement, working with first responders, seclusions and restraints,...
Apr 28 @ 11:00 am – 12:05 pm
until the webinar begins! Self-Determination: Tips for Including Students in their Education and Transition Planning An introduction to building and supporting self-determination skills for students with autism Presented by Deborah Hammer and self-advocates Description This webinar will introduce participants to the fundamental concepts of Self-Determination for students with autism and related disabilities. We will discuss how to teach these concepts,...
Sep 17 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
until the webinar begins! Transportation: Options and Concerns For People with Autism Strategies and services to help people with autism access public transportation Presented by Earnst Ilang-Ilang II, MSW, LGSW Description This event has been canceled. Meaningful community participation is important for increased social interaction, access to services, and overall quality of life. Transportation plays a critical role in providing...
Oct 8 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
until the webinar begins! Autism and the Skilled Trades Training, educating and preparing individuals with autism for employment Presented by Danny Combs Description This engaging presentation will dive into discovering the talents and skills of the autism community with the goal of finding gainful employment and fulfilling careers. Danny will discuss how to help organizations find community partners and scaffold...