Autism Talks

Autism Talks invites you to conversations with experts, tips and fun activities you can do at home. Stay plugged into resources and programs to help you navigate autism.

This month, we interview Kristin King (they/them) who is a co-facilitator for Autism: Education & Equity - A Public Health Discussion and an autistic queer advocate. They work for the Pima County Health Department COVID Schools team and were a co-founder of the Pima County Autism Project. Kristin is a student at Harvard College and will graduate in 2024. The Autism Society of Southern Arizona and the Pima County Health Department are hosting this virtual autism conference to bring attention to resources and knowledge to create more equitable environments, services, and workspaces in Pima County. Conference sessions will be available for viewing Tuesday, June 22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at no charge to attendees and participants. Click the link to register.

Latest Podcast

Our premiere video shows a fun activity parents can do at home with sensory bins featuring Melissa McIntosh from Helping Hands Behavior Therapy.

"Tips on Minimizing Screen Time during Summer Vacation” with Helping Hands Behavior Therapy
“Recognizing the Signs of Autism” with Dr. Catherine Riley

Radio Shows

“The Autism Society on “Lifestyle Tucson” includes special guests Sarah Spiekermeier from Banner University Health Plans and Dustin Williams, Pima County School Superintendent.”

Banner University Health Plans

Dustin Williams - Pima County School Superintendent

Autism Society Program Overview in Spanish

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