Educational Autism Programs Open to the Public

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AUTISM WORKSHOPS .
Let’s Make it Simple .
Let’s Make it Work .

If you are interested in having The Birchtree Center provide customized professional development opportunities or trainings in Applied Behavior Analysis and strategies for working with students with autism, please contact Birchtree’s Outreach Coordinator to discuss your agency’s needs: call 603-433-4192 or email us.

To reserve a place in any upcoming workshops, email us.

For handouts and participant feedback from past workshops, click here.


Jun
8
Wed
2016
Autism Q&A: Promoting Functional Communication @ The Birchtree Center
Jun 8 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Autism Q&A SessionPromoting Functional Communication at Home and in the Community: An Autism Q&A Session for Parents, Guardians & Caregivers

Panelists:

Cathy Booth, CCC-SLP, BCBA, Consulting Speech-Language Pathologist

Kimberly Maki, SLP-A, Speech-Language Pathology Assistant

Justine Mariano, SLPA/L, Speech-Language Pathology Assistant

Have questions about how to help your child with autism to develop functional communication skills at home and in the community?

Come to this Autism Q&A Session at The Birchtree Center with your questions. We’ll start with a brief ten-minute presentation on the topic, followed by questions and discussion.

Admission is complimentary and reservations are requested. Complimentary on-site childcare is available by reservation. To reserve your spot, contact The Birchtree Center at 603-433-4192 or by email at info@birchtreecenter.org.

Jun
22
Wed
2016
Autism Q&A: Promoting Development of Motor Skills @ The Birchtree Center
Jun 22 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Autism Q&A SessionPromoting the Development of Motor Skills at Home: An Autism Q&A Session for Parents, Guardians & Caregivers

Panelists:

Nicole Sheaff, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist

Sara Amacio, Occupational Therapy Aide

Come ask your questions on how to help your child develop the fine and gross motor skills needed for chores, daily living skills, and leisure activities at home. Get tips on how to help your child develop fine and gross motor skills through play and other home-based activities. Seek advice on how to adapt your child’s chores to help him or her further develop fine and gross motor skills. You’ll also get some hands-on experience making materials that you can take home to use with your child.

We’ll start with a brief ten-minute presentation on the topic, followed by questions and discussion.

Admission is complimentary and reservations are requested. Complimentary on-site childcare is available by reservation. To reserve your spot, contact The Birchtree Center at 603-433-4192 or by email at info@birchtreecenter.org.

 

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