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Autism Spectrum Disorder

Education Advocacy Workshop; Parent-School Conflict

  • Resolving Parent-School Conflict
  • What Events Trigger Crisis?
  • Importance of Comprehensive Evaluations

Education Advocacy Workshop based on the book by Pete & Pam Wright; From Emotions to Advocacy; Second Edition.

Attend this workshop to improve your advocacy skills

Meet other parents in your community

The first two hours are a powerpoint slideshow 

The last hour is an open forum for questions and answers 

Coffee and Tea and a snack will be provided;  Feel free to bring a treat to share

College Nannies and Sitters of Cupertino - Respite Care

College Nannies and Sitters was founded nationally in 2001 and began providing Respite Care in 2009. Since then, we have served over 400 clients while providing educational enrichment, life skills, and community integration for ages 0 to 22 years.

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Address: 
College Nannies and Sitters of Cupertino
121 W Washington Ave. #203
94086 Sunnyvale , CA
US
Updated: 
Tue, Sep 26, 2017: 11:29 am
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Autism Spectrum Disorder Support and Information Group

Kat started her journey with autism 10 years ago when she and her husband received their son’s diagnosis.  She didn’t know anyone with a child that had autism and PHP’s Autism Support Group was a lifeline for her.  She recently started a blog (www.StrivingMamas.com) to share her experience with other moms that have kids with autism.  She is looking forward to meeting everyone at the meetings!

Autism Spectrum Disorder Support and Information Group

Kat started her journey with autism 10 years ago when she and her husband received their son’s diagnosis.  She didn’t know anyone with a child that had autism and PHP’s Autism Support Group was a lifeline for her.  She recently started a blog (www.StrivingMamas.com) to share her experience with other moms that have kids with autism.  She is looking forward to meeting everyone at the meetings!

Autism Spectrum Disorder Support and Information Group

Kat started her journey with autism 10 years ago when she and her husband received their son’s diagnosis.  She didn’t know anyone with a child that had autism and PHP’s Autism Support Group was a lifeline for her.  She recently started a blog (www.StrivingMamas.com) to share her experience with other moms that have kids with autism.  She is looking forward to meeting everyone at the meetings!

Autism Spectrum Disorder Support and Information Group

Kat started her journey with autism 10 years ago when she and her husband received their son’s diagnosis.  She didn’t know anyone with a child that had autism and PHP’s Autism Support Group was a lifeline for her.  She recently started a blog (www.StrivingMamas.com) to share her experience with other moms that have kids with autism.  She is looking forward to meeting everyone at the meetings!

Autism Spectrum Disorder Support and Information Group

Kat started her journey with autism 10 years ago when she and her husband received their son’s diagnosis.  She didn’t know anyone with a child that had autism and PHP’s Autism Support Group was a lifeline for her.  She recently started a blog (www.StrivingMamas.com) to share her experience with other moms that have kids with autism.  She is looking forward to meeting everyone at the meetings!

Autism Spectrum Disorder Support and Information Group

Kat started her journey with autism 10 years ago when she and her husband received their son’s diagnosis.  She didn’t know anyone with a child that had autism and PHP’s Autism Support Group was a lifeline for her.  She recently started a blog (www.StrivingMamas.com) to share her experience with other moms that have kids with autism.  She is looking forward to meeting everyone at the meetings!

Understanding Aggression and Self-Injury in Autism and other Developmental Disabilities

Aggression and self-injury are often caused by unrecognized or undertreated medical, environmental, sensory, psychiatric, or communication problems. This talk reviews best practices for approaching and supporting people with autism or other developmental disabilities who are distressed, and diagnosing and addressing the cause.

Speaker: Clarissa Kripke, MD, FAAFP
Clinical Professor
Director, Developmental Primary Care
UCSF Family and Community Medicine

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