The week's events
- Together Apart - Parents & Caregivers of Children Newly Diagnosed
Together Apart - Parents & Caregivers of Children Newly Diagnosed
You are not alone!
Join us Tuesdays at 6:30pm for some targeted support and an opportunity to ask questions and gain information, and meet other parents new to the autism community.
At 7:00pm you can leave and join the general meeting or stick around and continue the conversation.
On the next First Tuesday (12/1) Dr. Kay Holman will join the newly diagnosed group!
Contact Name : Debbie Page
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- Able Accounts: A Savings Tool to Promote Independence and Financial Stability for Your Child's Future (Free Parent Webinar)
Able Accounts: A Savings Tool to Promote Independence and Financial Stability for Your Child's Future (Free Parent Webinar)
Maryland ABLE is a way to help people with qualifying disabilities and their families save for everyday needs, save and invest in a tax-free account, and prepare for the future without losing state or local benefits such as SSI and Medicaid Waiver services. Join us to learn about eligibility criteria, enrollment, account management, tax benefits and how to use an ABLE account to pay for qualified disability expenses that support your child’s health, independence, and quality of life.
Contact Name : Felicia Patterson
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- HOLIDAY STRESS DURING THE PANDEMIC
HOLIDAY STRESS DURING THE PANDEMIC
Melody McCune, ACPS School Psychologist, will give tips on how to manage in this very different year. The holidays bring so much joy, but also a lot of stress. There are so many things to figure out this year; from explaining to your child how visiting with Santa won’t happen, to deciding how to safely have family gatherings, to trying to keep fun traditions, and even to managing money.
Contact Name : Gena Fairall
Contact Email : email@example.comSupport Group of the Autism Society of Baltimore-Chesapeake
Support Group of the Autism Society of Baltimore-Chesapeake
Support group open to all adults. Meeting begins with general announcements about upcoming activities, followed by individual introductions and the invitation to share one "golden moment" you've experienced during the previous month. Following that, there will be time for questions and follow-up discussion as well as further opportunity for group support and socialization. Some meetings will have speakers on topics of interest to the autism community in the Baltimore area.
Light refreshments and handouts available along with access to our lending library.
Please be aware that support group meetings are for adults as some topics discussed may not be suitable for children, and child care is not provided.
For information about ASBC, call our phone line at 410-655-7933 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital, 3rd Floor Conference Room
1708 W Rogers Ave
Baltimore, MD 21209
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