Join Aspergers101 as we skate for Autism/Asperger Awareness! Let’s all go to a true San Antonio’s landmark…The Rollercade for one more roll around the rink before school sets in. The nostalgic wooden rink will take you back to a day long gone and owner and USA Sports Roller Hall of Famer, Verna Quaranto will keep it a sensory-friendly skate for our 2-hour designated celebration! 100% of entry fee(s) will be donated to the outreach programs offered through Aspergers101…come see us!
|Date:||August 17, 2017|
|Event:||Skate for Autism/Asperger Awareness!|
|Location:||223 Recoleta Rd, San Antonio, TX
San Antonio, Texas 78216
Our dedicated and passionate founder and CEO, Jennifer Allen, was awarded the Health and Wellness Volunteer of the Year Award at the San Antonio United Way VOYA Awards. Her efforts, drive, and unendingly giving heart have made amazing progresses for our city and the Aspergers community at large, and we are so thankful to be on this journey with her.
Jennifer accepted this incredible honor at the VOYA Awards ceremony on May 17th, 2016.
Happy New Year! As Aspergers101 begins the year 2016…we go in with a bang for our Autism/Asperger Community. Celebrating the Uniqueness of Autism is a campaign designed to do just that…celebrate the quirks and perks of Aspergers Syndrome. One way Aspergers101 will reach out is through a collaborative effort with the Sinclair Broadcasting Group’s TV Station in San Antonio Texas, WOAI-TV.
General Manager John Seabers and Creative Services Director Terry McFarlane graciously agreed to partner with Aspergers101 in bringing the message of Celebrating the Uniqueness of Autism to the viewers through a series of PSAs (Public Service Announcements) to air on WOAI, News 4 San Antonio, and digital Channel 4.2 Antenna TV as well as a worldwide reach on Aspergers101.org.
Agreeing to host the PSA series is senior veteran anchor Randy Beamer with the initial ads featuring the talents of Dr. Temple Grandin, Samuel Allen and Houston Eco-Artist Grant Manier. Each posses unique talents that could have been overlooked if not for someone standing up for them and guiding them toward their area of expertise.
We want to share these initial PSAs with you here:
Spotlight on: Inventor, Autism Activist and Author Dr. Temple Grandin
FEBRUARY 26, 2015
Letter From the Editor: New Blog Schedule!
Is there a favorite blog that you follow? Do you have a favorite topic on Aspergers101?
Starting this week you can now follow the Aspergers101 blogs on a daily posting schedule! Visit Aspergers101.org on one of the specified days below to catch the newest post from your favorite bloggers.
- Sunday: Education K-12 with Lisa Rogers
- Monday: Education College with Marc Ellison
- Tuesday: Medical with the doctors of the Autism Community Network
- Wednesday: Top of the Spectrum News and Employment with Maggie Cromeens
- Thursday: Social Development with John Habershon
- Friday: Autistically Speaking/Autalkz and Family with Katherine Goodsell and Jennifer Allen
-Brie Lemos, Senior Editor
Click the image below to view the interview with Jennifer Allen and her son Samuel as they discuss Aspergers Syndrome and the launch of aspergers101.com!
SAN ANTONIO, TX, USA, March 25, 2014 / — Temple Grandin, Albert Einstein and Issac Newton have it… yet many are puzzled by it….let’s talk Aspergers Syndrome! Announcing the launch of a free resource with timely original content. Introducing aspergers101.com.
Desperate for information when her son was diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome 10 years ago, Jennifer Allen with the support of her family, has dedicated her life to gathering and supplying information for those seeking the best life possible under their diagnosis.
Aspergers101.com is what the titled suggests, a full resource of information on Aspergers Syndrome as well as High-Functioning Autism. Created on the heels of success with her documentary Coping to Excelling: Solutions for school-age children diagnosed with High-Functioning Autism or Aspergers Syndrome , Jennifer teamed up with specialists in the field of Autism including doctors, therapists and educators to provide targeted continually updated information on all things Aspergers Syndrome.
WOAI-TV By: RANDY ESCAMILLA NEWS 4 SAN ANTONIO SAN ANTONIO — A San Antonio mom who's son Sam Allen, 19, has Aspergers Syndrome has launched a website to help parents, doctors, and teachers. It is www.aspergers101.com.