• Evening with David Finch
    March 31, 2017
    6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
  • AspieCon
    April 1, 2017
    9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Aspire at Southeast Psych will launch the first annual AspieCon on April 1, 2017!

AspieCon is everything you love about ComicCon combined with the best aspects of a community resource fair. It celebrates the incredibly diverse interests of individuals on the autism spectrum while also providing valuable resources and support for our awesome Aspies and Auties, their families, and their friends.

Want to know more about resources?  We’ve got it!

Interested in gaming, animals, superheroes?  Got that too!

Want to learn about an awesome school for Aspies?  The Epiphany School of Charlotte will be there!

Cosplay, informative panels, food trucks, and so much more…

Plan on a family friendly experience which will be informative, engaging, and FUN!! Everyone is invited to experience our world!

And… Don’t miss the Pre-Con Kickoff, March 31st, with special guest David Finch! 

David is the New York Times Bestselling Author of The Journal of Best Practices: A Memoir of Marriage, Asperger Syndrome, and One Man’s Quest to Be a Better Husband! Join us as he, once again, brings his wit and wisdom to a talk on all things marriage and relationships.

*A portion of the proceeds from AspieCon will be donated to Psychology for All to help fund therapeutic service needs for individuals on the autism spectrum.

To learn more about Psychology for All visit



  1. We live in Louisville, KY. Will this Aspicon only be relevant to those who live in the Charlotte, NC area? We have a 10 year old Aspie son and we have struggled for almost a year looking for resources for him.

    • Thanks so much for your note, but I’m sorry to hear how difficult it’s been to find resources for your son. This is the first year for AspieCon so the resources will be most relevant for those living in Charlotte and the surrounding area. As we grow we hope to be able to offer more regional and national sponsors.
      In the meantime, follow us on Facebook and Twitter as we will be periodically post info that may be helpful to you all. If you haven’t already, visit the Autism Society of America website to see if there is an affiliate chapter in the Louisville area (

    • Hey no need to struggle with Asperger’s syndrome anymore I am also in Aspie and have received some amazing treatments that are non-invasive call Neurofield! You can find the website easily the doctors name Nicholas Dogris – his provider list is nationwide and they do work with people on the sliding scale sometimes

  2. I understand Raleigh has a lot of aspies… So does Austin Texas. Might there be a different venue yearly?

    • We are a group of psychologists based in Charlotte so it would be tough to change the venue. With that said… we’ve received several requests and we certainly dream big so who knows! Thanks so much for your interest and please join us if you are able.

  3. We are in Metro-Atlanta. I see from above that most resources are for the Charlotte area, but we are wondering if there are fun things for my 17 year old daughter to do. She really enjoys gaming, and would love to meet other aspies. Thank you for this!

    • You’re right. Most resources are for the Charlotte area at this time but we hope to expand as we grow. As for the fun stuff… I do think your daughter will find fun things to do. We have just confirmed that Kerbal Space Academy will be there to livestream and we’ll have a few gaming stations set up. There will also be character meet and greets and cosplay is welcome if she’s into that. We’ll have character artists, crafts, animals, and panels (Intro to Asperger’s, Ask the ASD experts, Intro to Cosplay, etc.), food trucks, etc. I hope you all will join us!

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