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ASCEND Group Events

College Panel for Students on the Autism Spectrum

  • When: Wednesday, Feb 24, 2021 06:30 PM Register in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Camp Akeela Webinars:

Camp Akeela: Autism & Asperger's Social Skills Summer Camp

Camp Akeela is now accepting application for Summer 2021 and spots are filling quickly! See our How to Apply page for more information. We also invite you to review COVID-19 plans for next summer.

PA’s Community of Practice (CoP) for Supporting Families uses Charting the LifeCourse framework and principles with the aim to achieve the strategies listed in the Information Sharing Advisory Committee (ISAC) Recommendation #4: Support families throughout the lifespan.

For more information about Pennsylvania’s Community of Practice for Supporting Families and the PA Areas of Innovation please visit:

PA Family Network, The Self Advocacy Power Network for All (SAPNA) & PA Developmental Disabilities Council Contacts:

STAY CONNECTED! Don't forget to check out our website: In addition to learning more about us, our webpage includes an up to date calendar with upcoming events ( and more is added as scheduled) and a "Theme and Thoughts" section.

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The Self Advocacy Power Network for All (SAPNA) is a project of the PA Office of Developmental Programs, Department of Human Services and managed by Self Advocates United as 1.

Contact us at or 724-588-2378 .

The Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council (PA DDC) is proud to collaborate with the Office of Developmental Programs, PA Family Network and The Self Advocacy Power Network for All (SAPNA) on this initiative. Check out our social media and website for more information Twitter: @PaDDCouncil, Facebook:, Web Site:

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