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SYF WEBINAR: Unpacking Autism: Part 2

September 21, 2023 | 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm


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Thursday, September 21, 2023 | 1:00PM – 2:30PM EST 

Extended Access Available Sept. 22 – Oct. 22, 2023

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Join us for a deeper dive into understanding ASD and how to support Autistic youth and adults. Learn more about the evaluation process and the barriers to accessing a diagnosis and relevant supports and services, while also exploring the shift in perspective as the neurodivergent community shifts towards an “insider perspective” of the autistic experience.


Alyssa Fenix is a black queer neurodivergent Diversity Practitioner and owner of Fenix Outspoken. She is an artist, and founder of the “If I Knew Then Letters Collection” a letter writing campaign that bridges the timeless experiences of LGBTQ+ adults with LGBTQ+ youth through letter writing and storytelling. With over 13 years as a certified educator in Maryland, Alyssa uses her personal and professional experience working in education and mental health settings to provide a quality framework for clinicians and educators in supporting LGBTQ+ youth and young adults with disabilities through professional development training, Policy/Climate revisions, and coaching and consultation services. She provides a variety of professional development and training opportunities to health systems, academic institutions, and non-profit organizations about Creating Safe and Supportive spaces and practices for marginalized communities. Alyssa also serves as an Executive Function Coach who uses Neurodiversity Affirming Practices as a means of helping neurodivergent clients and their families as they navigate identity and independence as they transition from school to adulthood.