Every Tuesday and Thursday beginning April 2, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.

Join CPAC staff and guests as we host a virtual meeting to connect and share resources and information during this challenging time. Topics will include school closures, educating kids at home, health, mental health, and more.

» Register here for this virtual meeting

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting, or join us on Facebook Live on the CPAC Facebook page.


Monday-Friday at 1:00 p.m.

CPAC le invita a nuestra llamada de apoyo para familias en español. Usted puede usar el mismo enlace para todas nuestras llamadas de apoyo de lunes a viernes a las 1pm hasta el 15 de mayo del 2020. Puede separar esta hora diariamente como su escape – un regalito que usted se hace para reír, compartir y aprender con otras familias con niños/as de necesidades especiales. Todos necesitamos conexión humana únase a nuestra tribu de personas apasionadas por lo que nos une nuestros hijos/as.

» Únete a la reunión de Zoom
Marcar por Ubicación (646) 558-8656, Meeting ID: 902254780#
Or join us on Facebook Live on the CPAC en Español Facebook Group.


Wednesdays at 4:00 p.m.

» Únete a la reunión de Zoom
Marcar por Ubicación (646) 558-8656 Meeting ID: 742877516#
Or join us on Facebook Live on the CPAC en Español Facebook Group.
All online meetings, calls, and workshops will be recorded and posted on our YouTube channel.

Driving on the Spectrum

April 22, 2020, 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Autism: Driving License & Motivation: A Personal Account with Andrew Arboe.
- Driving Readiness
- Discover the reason why someone drives by my "Motivation" format
- Learn tips for the road test
- Learn untold truths of driving

Our guest speaker, Andrew Arboe is an active autism advocate in Connecticut. Andrew has an associate degree from Manchester Community College for their Disability Specialist program. He is a job coach for Plainville Community Schools, Event Facilitator for Planning Across the Spectrum and Clinician for Autism Families CT. He is inspired to help change the lives for all on whatever side of the spectrum and their families. He is also responsible for creating Planning Across the Spectrum's free calendar, which is filled with ongoing autism events all over the state.

This is a great meeting for adults or transitioning teens to attend.
This presentation is no cost to families. All are welcome to attend.

Cost: Free
Killingly Public Library (Community Room)
25 Westcott Rd.
Killingly, CT 06239

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To register, please contact Heather Graveline by emailing or call her at (860) 546-9289.
Please provide name, town, age of adult/child, how many attending. Space is limited.