The Autism Society of East Tennessee recently received this information about a list of local/regional summer camp options for families affected by autism. Please direct any questions to the camps themselves.
After ASDhub launched in the fall of 2015, it took off into the new year gathering many new listings from the East Tennessee area and visitors asking questions about the site in general. Take a look at the details of how ASDhub has grown!
The “review” feature for listings on ASDhub is not only beneficial to the businesses to see how they are doing or view suggestions, but it is also helpful to other individuals and families looking to use those services in the future. Through this aspect of ASDhub, viewers will get more thorough and relevant resource referrals.
Do you want to get the word out about your company's listing on ASDhub but don't have the time to create marketing tools on your own? Have no fear, ASDhub is here to help!
Autism Society of East TN recently received this request for research participants for a study being conducted by Vanderbilt University. If interested, please contact Vanderbilt directly for additional information.
Thanks to WVLT for covering ASDhub yesterday with this article! We're so excited about this new resource and how it's going to improve the lives of those impacted by autism in East Tennessee!
The directory is the compilation of a variety of company and resource listings for individuals and families with autism in the East Tennessee area, and is already home to over 300 resources in 23 different main categories.
There are many ways to find what you’re looking for on ASDhub: