Third Annual Autism and Asperger’s Exposition Attracts 300+

Lisa Borges accepts Award for Outstanding Contributions to Autism Education

Lisa Borges accepts the AUNE President’s
Awardfor Outstanding Contributions to
Autism Education for the Doug Flutie Jr.
Foundation for Autism.

Antioch University New England’s Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders Training hosted its third annual exposition on March 20. Thirty-seven exhibitors displayed materials while over three hundred people gathered information and attended presentations.

President David Caruso was on hand to give the President’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to Autism Education to Lisa Borges, executive director of the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism. The foundation was honored for its support of Antioch’s Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders Training and support of other autism and Asperger’s related services in the greater Monadnock Region.

ASD ExpoOnce again, the exposition provided an opportunity for family members, individuals, professionals, and providers in the region to connect with the greater autism and Asperger’s community. Co-sponsors for the event included The Asperger’s Association of New England, The Autism Society of New Hampshire, NH Connections, and Monadnock Developmental Services.