SACLC Purchased a Therapeutic Trampoline for an Autistic Girl for $1600

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We are pleased to announce that our recent fundraising efforts have enabled us to purchase a therapeutic trampoline for a four-year old Autistic girl, valued at $1600, which will surely bring about an incalculable improvement in her quality of life as well as her family. We were approached by the girl’s occupational therapist, who recommended […]

Talk: What Can Clinical Psychology Offer (In These Times)? – Dr. Bettina Christl

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We had a clinical psychologist come to our Club meeting this month — Dr. Bettina Christl, of Heart and Mind Psychology! Bettina’s talk was of particular interest to our audience, since she has autistic patients amongst her many clients that come to her practice. Bettina’s talk was very well received by everyone who came. Many […]

Talk: Meaningful Careers for Autistic Professionals – Mike Tozer, CEO of Xceptional

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SACLC hosted a well-attended, informative and engaging presentation by Mike Tozer, CEO of Xceptional on the subject of autistic employment. It is an unfortunate fact that the unemployment rate for adult autistic people is significantly higher than that of the general population. Organisations such as Xceptional are leading the charge in redressing the imbalance, harnessing […]