San Antonio Public Library and Aspergers
101 Continue Summer Series Focused on
Understanding and Excelling with High-
Functioning Autism and Asperger
Syndrome - Third of Four-Part
Educational Series with Aspergers101 to
Take Place at San Antonio Public Library
SAN ANTONIO – On Tuesday, July 11, the San Antonio Public Library and Aspergers 101 will host the third part of a four-part educational series taking place this summer that focuses on understanding and excelling with high-functioning autism or Asperger Syndrome. The series is presented by Jennifer Allen, Founder and CEO of Aspergers 101. Each program takes place at Central Library on the second Tuesday of every month through August from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
The programs will also be live-streamed via Sinclair Broadcasting at News4SA.com/Live/Event and shared remotely at six participating Library locations: Cortez, Parman, Cody, Mission,Potranco, and Guerra branch libraries. The Aspergers 101 program detailsare below:Choices in Education- July 11, 6:30 – 7:30p.m. - Learn more about the various optionsfor school: public, private, charter or home school. Discuss the pros and cons of each and how to tailor the K-12 years to suit your child’s needs. Special guest: LisaRogers, Director of Educating DiverseLearners.Independent Living – August 8, 6:30 – 7:30p.m. - Discover helpful tools that assist within dependent living. Discuss life after highschool including driving and transportation, choices for higher education,employment, and living options.
Special guests: Julie Coy Manier & Grant Manier,authors of Different is More