Online Autism Q&A: Coping With Remote Instruction & Other Disruptions During COVID

When:
October 21, 2020 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
2020-10-21T18:00:00-04:00
2020-10-21T19:00:00-04:00
Cost:
Free
Contact:
The Birchtree Center
603-433-4192

Is your child with autism struggling with remote instruction and other disruptions to his or her routine during the pandemic? Come get some practical tips and suggestions from one of the nonprofit Birchtree Center’s autism experts!

This online forum is for parents, guardians, and caregivers of children and youth with autism. It begins with a brief, ten-minute presentation followed by time for participants to ask questions and share ideas.

Admission is complimentary; pre-registration is required. Register here to reserve your space and get your Zoom meeting link.

About the Presenter

Laurie Hounam, MEd, BCBA, is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who holds a master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism from Endicott College and a bachelor’s degree in Sports, Fitness & Leisure from Salem State University. She has worked in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis since 2006, providing support to students in public school before joining the Birchtree Center. She joined Birchtree’s team in 2011, was promoted to PE Instructor in 2013, was promoted to Senior Clinical Instructor in 2016, and was promoted to Outreach Behavior Analyst in 2019. Laurie currently provides ABA consultation as well as the development and oversight of behavior analytic programs for students in schools as well as to students and their families in their homes and community.

About The Birchtree Center

The nonprofit Birchtree Center, based on the New Hampshire Seacoast, transforms the lives of children and youth with autism in New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts. Birchtree’s autism specialists travel 60,000+ miles per year to help students in their public schools and family homes. Twenty-one school districts send students to Birchtree’s day school–the only school in New Hampshire that serves students with autism exclusively.

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