Webinar: Dating Demystified: Navigating the Dating World for Young Adults with Autism

Please join us on Wednesday, January 24, 2024 at 1:00 PM EDT

Presented by Lazuli Davis, Social Skills Coordinator, CIP Bloomington


Are you ready to start dating? Dating can be confusing and scary but being prepared can help LD/ASD individuals date safely and with confidence.

Join us as Lazuli Davis demystifies the dating world for neurodivergent individuals. Lazuli has worked as an educator for young adults for over ten years as an instructor at Indiana University, Ivy Tech, and as Social Skills Coordinator at CIP. Lazuli is autistic, which gives her a unique insight and opportunity to teach others in ways that make sense to them.

In this webinar, learn:
*What is the hidden curriculum of dating
*How to avoid common mistakes and stay safe while dating
*What are typical dating practices you may not know

LD/ASD individuals, professionals, educators, and families that support neurodivergent individuals are all welcome as we demystify the process of dating!

Lazuli Davis (M.A., Ph.D. ABD) is currently the Social Skills Coordinator at CIP Bloomington. Lazuli helps her students develop and utilize effective social strategies through group and one-on-one modules that target social skills in a variety of contexts including teaching neurodivergent young adults about dating and intimacy. Previously, she has taught courses at Indiana University on the topic of Sex, Gender, and the Media; and has worked in a laboratory at the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University.



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About College Internship Program

The College Internship Program is a comprehensive transition program for young adults on the Autism Spectrum and with Learning Differences. Our Mission is to inspire independence and expand the foundation on which young adults with Autism, ADHD, and other Learning Differences can build happy and productive lives.