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Title: Helping People on the Autism Spectrum Feel "Safe, Accepted and Competent!" Add to Google CalendarAdd to Google Calendar
Date: Thursday, September 18, 2014 Export to ICSAdd to Other Calendars
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Address: Oakland Center Gold Rooms
Rochester, Michigan 48309
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Contact Name: OUCARES
Contact Phone: (248) 370-2424
Contact Email: oucares@oakland.edu

Presented by Bill Nason, Clinician, Author & founder of The Autism Discussion Page.

Bill Nason, mental health professional, author, and moderator of the popular Facebook blog, Autism Discussion Page, discusses strategies for helping people on the spectrum feel “safe, accepted and competent.”  No one knows your child better than you do.  Arm yourself with the knowledge and strategies needed to support your child’s core areas of challenges (sensory, cognitive, social, and emotional).  Bill’s books and free Facebook resources (handouts, posts and slide presentations) empower parents, teachers, and professionals with a tool box of accommodations and teaching strategies tailored to the unique needs of your child.  Come find out why Bill’s Facebook page has attracted over 50,000 followers, and learn how to become a more competent and confident mentor and advocate for your child.

This event is designed for anyone interested in learning strategies to help empower people with ASD from childhood through adulthood.

RSVP by emailing oucares@oakland.edu or call 248-370-2424. 

 

There is no cost to attend however donations to support OUCARES are always welcome

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