Autism Society of Nebraska holds meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of each month for a family/parenting support group for those that have children/adult children on the autism spectrum. This group meets at Williamsburg Behavioral Psychology Clinic, LLC from 6:30PM to 8:00PM. The goals of this group are to connect parents who have varying concerns about helping their children who are on the autism spectrum. There is a diverse group of parents that attend thus allowing for shared information and support for parents who have recently learned of their child’s diagnosis as well as parents who are experiencing change/issues with their older child/adult who are in need of additional support services.
Autism Society of Nebraska holds meetings on the 4th Wednesday of each month for adults on the autism spectrum who wish to increase their contacts and socialization options. This is a service that is offered free of charge and is lead by individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders that are advocates for issues related to living on the spectrum. The goals of this group are to increase awareness and knowledge of issues related to living on the spectrum as well as to increase opportunities to socialize and connect with other individuals on the spectrum with similar interest. This group meets on the 4th Wednesdayof each month from 6:30PM to 8:00PM.
Dr. Diane C. Marti, Ph.D. specializes in the diagnosis and treatment for adults on the spectrum who have not received an official diagnosis. Given that the prevalence of research, services and interventions are focused on early childhood diagnoses as well as early intervention services, Dr. Marti is uniquely qualified to offer an assessment protocol/approach for adults.
Dr. Levita Bui, Ph.D. Specialized in the assessment, identification and treatment for children with more severe autism. Dr. Bui has expertise in the administration of the ADOS assessment protocol as well as the PEERS treatment protocol.