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SYF WEBINAR: Unpacking Autism: The Impact of Understanding

April 20, 2023 | 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm


Use coupon code Autism at checkout to receive your FREE registration.

CEUs for this webinar are also available, learn more.

Thursday, April 20, 2023 | 1:00PM – 2:30PM EST 

Extended Access Available Apr. 21 – May 21, 2023

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Join us for this webinar that will unpack some of the myths and stereotypes around Autism, and how the misrepresentation can impact individuals access to supports as well as increase the gaps in equity and inclusion, but most importantly get a better understanding of neurodiversity and how to be a better supporter and ally of people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).


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.