CHARLOTTE, N.C., March 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Aspire team at Southeast Psych is excited to announce its first annual AspieCon 2017, a full day of family fun to celebrate individuals on the autism spectrum on Saturday, April 1st from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm. AspieCon is an interactive special event that is part-convention, part-resource fair, and 100% family fun. AspieCon kicks off Autism Awareness month in April with a full day of activities which include Cosplay, Superhero Meet-N-Greets, live animals from Triple Play Farm, magicians, Dungeons and Dragons, local resource exhibits, panels with local ASD experts, food trucks, and more! AspieCon will take place at Queens Sports Complex 2229 Tyvola Road, Charlotte NC 28210. Come experience our world!
Our special guest is David Finch, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Journal of Best Practices: A Memoir of Marriage, Asperger's and One Man's Quest to be a Better Husband. A national speaker and mentor with Asperger's, David has shared the stage with Temple Grandin, John Elder Robinson, Steve Silberman, and others. He has written for the New York Times, NBC Universal, Huffington Post and Psychology Today. www.DavidJFinch.com.
On Saturday, David will share his inspiring story presenting on "Growing Up Aspie: Tips to Survive and Thrive in Adolescence, Young Adulthood, and Beyond." Book signing will follow. AspieCon tickets are $15 for individuals, $5 for kids under 12 if purchased through our website. Individual tickets will be $20 if purchased at the event. For more information and to buy tickets, go to www.AspieCon.com.
Don't miss our Pre-Con Event on Friday, March 31st at 6:30 PM "An Evening with David Finch." During this adults-only event, David presents "UnMarried: Secrets to Unlocking Your Own Happiness and Having a Better Relationship with Your Partner." Pre-Con will take place at Queens Sports Complex, 2229 Tyvola Road, Charlotte NC 28210. Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be served. Pre-Con tickets are $30 for individuals or $50 for couples. Buy your tickets at www.AspieCon.com.
SOURCE Southeast Psych