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2023 RECAP

2023 was a year for the books! Check out some highlights below.

We had a record number of attendees at our Virtual Spring conference, featuring expert talks on ways to support autistic youth at school and at home. Check out handouts from each talk on our Resources page (link).

Our 6-week summer series “Communication Through Play” focused on teaching kids and parents strategies for communication, all while having fun in the sun at the fantastic Social Learning Center playground at the Institute for Child Development.

BRCASD sponsored several local providers to attend the PEERS® for Adolescents Certified Trainings in November – now these providers will be utilizing the PEERS curriculum in the school and community groups to promote positive social interactions this spring. 

We wrapped up the year with an inclusive storytime event designed to practice AAC/visual communication strategies and assisted dialogic reading. We were so excited to get to connect with families and to share resources with library staff on making environments and activities accessible to diverse communicators. Thanks to Your Home Public Library for working with us to make this event happen! 


BRCASD is currently providing access to two evidence-based programs that can support child and parent skills at home.

e-Unstuck and on Target is an evidence-based online course for parents. It teaches ways to support executive function and regulation for their autistic children.

BRCASD is providing no-cost access to this course for parents in our region. If you’d like to sign up, please submit your information here: https://nysrcasd.org/events/1220/registrations/new

If you would like to learn more about the e-Unstuck and on Target program, check out their website here: https://www.unstuckandontarget.com/e-unstuck

Mightier is an app-based program that teaches emotion regulation and coping skills through games! The program is designed for children aged 6-14 with autism and related developmental disabilities and is clinically supported by research at Harvard and Boston Children’s Hospital.

BRCASD is helping a limited number of families in our region access the Mightier free of cost for 6 months (a $200 value!) If you and your child are interested, fill out your info here: https://nysrcasd.org/events/1219/registrations/new

You can read more about Mightier here: https://www.mightier.com/

Our Mission

The Binghamton Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (Binghamton RCASD) is a university-affiliated resource center that brings research and practice together in community settings. Binghamton RCASD provides evidence-based training and support to families and professionals, and through ongoing research, contributes knowledge to the field of autism spectrum disorders.

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