Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism Spectrum Support and Information Group Meeting

Please join us for our monthly Autism Support Group! We do not have a speaker this month. Meetings are an opportunity for parents to meet informally and to share ideas, experiences and information. 

New families and caregivers are always welcome. Those who wish to share or simply listen are invited to attend. PHP provides a forum for parents and professionals to get information.

Person Centered One Page Profile Training

A one-page profile is a single page of information that captures the important information about a person; including what is important to them, what people appreciate about them, and how they want to be supported. One person may have many one-page profiles. For instance, one to introduce them to new caregivers, one for the doctor's office, another for school or other services. 

Each profile contains at least 3 areas: What people like and admire about the individual; What is important to the person; and what good support looks like for the person. 

Sparrows

The Sparrows is a once-a-week gathering for adults with special needs (18+ years old) and their caregivers. 

We meet every Wednesday morning at 10am.  The morning begins with listening to the wonderful stories in the Bible, followed by a bible verse teaching, and singing hymns.  We also participate in group activities such as art and crafts, exercise, dancing, and/or board games.  Occasionally, there will be a life skill training such as baking, or making treats etc.

Sparrows

The Sparrows is a once-a-week gathering for adults with special needs (18+ years old) and their caregivers. 

We meet every Wednesday morning at 10am.  The morning begins with listening to the wonderful stories in the Bible, followed by a bible verse teaching, and singing hymns.  We also participate in group activities such as art and crafts, exercise, dancing, and/or board games.  Occasionally, there will be a life skill training such as baking, or making treats etc.

Sparrows

The Sparrows is a once-a-week gathering for adults with special needs (18+ years old) and their caregivers. 

We meet every Wednesday morning at 10am.  The morning begins with listening to the wonderful stories in the Bible, followed by a bible verse teaching, and singing hymns.  We also participate in group activities such as art and crafts, exercise, dancing, and/or board games.  Occasionally, there will be a life skill training such as baking, or making treats etc.

Sparrows

The Sparrows is a once-a-week gathering for adults with special needs (18+ years old) and their caregivers. 

We meet every Wednesday morning at 10am.  The morning begins with listening to the wonderful stories in the Bible, followed by a bible verse teaching, and singing hymns.  We also participate in group activities such as art and crafts, exercise, dancing, and/or board games.  Occasionally, there will be a life skill training such as baking, or making treats etc.

Sparrows

The Sparrows is a once-a-week gathering for adults with special needs (18+ years old) and their caregivers. 

We meet every Wednesday morning at 10am.  The morning begins with listening to the wonderful stories in the Bible, followed by a bible verse teaching, and singing hymns.  We also participate in group activities such as art and crafts, exercise, dancing, and/or board games.  Occasionally, there will be a life skill training such as baking, or making treats etc.

Sparrows

The Sparrows is a once-a-week gathering for adults with special needs (18+ years old) and their caregivers. 

We meet every Wednesday morning at 10am.  The morning begins with listening to the wonderful stories in the Bible, followed by a bible verse teaching, and singing hymns.  We also participate in group activities such as art and crafts, exercise, dancing, and/or board games.  Occasionally, there will be a life skill training such as baking, or making treats etc.

Sparrows

The Sparrows is a once-a-week gathering for adults with special needs (18+ years old) and their caregivers. 

We meet every Wednesday morning at 10am.  The morning begins with listening to the wonderful stories in the Bible, followed by a bible verse teaching, and singing hymns.  We also participate in group activities such as art and crafts, exercise, dancing, and/or board games.  Occasionally, there will be a life skill training such as baking, or making treats etc.

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