Pilot Club of Manhattan

Focus: Autism Spectrum Disorders

2014 Autism Spectrum Disorders Workshop
The Delivery of Effective Social Skills Programming to Individuals on the Autism Spectrum

The 2014 Autism Spectrum Disorders Workshop will be Saturday, June 7, 2014, at the K-State Student Union. Our keynote speaker will be Scott Bellini, PhD, Director of the Social Skills Research Clinic. He has published numerous research manuscripts and has provided consultation and training to families and professionals in over 35 states on the topic of social skills programming for students with ASD. He is the author of the book, Building Social Relationships, which was named the 2007 Literary Work of the Year by the Autism Society of America. 

Additional topics will include:
  • Bullying
  • Autism 101
  • Lego Therapy
  • Art/Drama and Autism
  • Social Language
  • Parent and transition panels
  • IEP
  • Hocus Focus fun camp
Click here for the schedule and registration information.


Pilot Club of Manhattan

The Pilot Club of Manhattan’s service focus is helping parents and caregivers of those affected by autism. In addition, we are involved in a number of community activities. To learn more about our club’s activities, click here

We meet at noon on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at the Kansas Farm Bureau building. For more information about Pilot Club of Manhattan, contact us at info@pilotclubofmanhattan.org.

Puzzle Sale!

500 piece puzzle - $10 each

Photographer: Ali Butterfield

Proceeds from the sale of note cards and puzzles support Pilot Club of Manhattan projects including our annual Autism Spectrum Disorders Workshop, Wounded Soldiers, Autism resources for local school districts and more.

Notecards make perfect gifts!

Package of 8 notecards and envelopes. $6.

Artist: Jayden K., a native Kansan, an eight- year-old second grade boy.

To order puzzles or notecards, contact

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