|October 27, 2019
Kinera Trunk or Treat
October 27, 2019 –
Kinera's Trunk or Treat begins at 2pm and will kick off with a Sensory-friendly Trick or Treat experience for children with special needs and their families. Trick or treaters can explore the craft and games station, trick or treat at the vendors tables, all decorated for Halloween, vote for their favorite vendor display, and enjoy snacks, drinks, music and family fun.
At 3pm we open to the general public and offer a great prelude to Halloween Night, or a replacement for door-to-door trick or treating.
Contact Name : Kinera Foundation
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
|October 28, 2019
New to Special Education (or do you need a refresher)?
October 28, 2019 –
Feeling lost in the special education world? Please join us for an informal discussion on the information you need to help understand the many forms and acronyms that you have been seeing. What is an IEP? What does 5 days, 60 days, 90 days mean to me? What is a good goal for my child? Come in with any papers or forms you have questions about. We are here to help you help your child! Registration appreciated, but not required.
Contact Name : Cecil County Public School Parent Resource Center for Special Education
Contact Email : email@example.com
Cyber Safety: Gaming and Social Media--A Brain Perspective
October 28, 2019 –
Cyber Safety: Gaming and Social Media - A Brain Perspective
Dr. Vince Culotta of Neurobehavioral Associates
This presentation will examine the impact of social media and video games among children and adolescents from a neuroscience perspective. Dr. Culotta will review data regarding the use of networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SnapChat, and Tumblr. Texting/sexting and safety for adolescents will be discussed. Recommendations will be offered regarding a more healthy strategy for social media and video game use in the home.
Howard County Autism Society at the NonProfit Collaborative of Howard County
9770 Patuxent Woods Drive (Training Room)
Columbia, MD 21046
*Park at the rear of the building. Enter through the double glass doors at the circular drive into our lobby and follow signs to the Training Room.
Contact Name : pathfinders
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
|October 29, 2019
Child & Parent: Play with a Purpose
October 29, 2019 –
Families are invited to attend a weekly play and learning time with their child: birth to age 5 of all abilities. Children will learn through play and parents/caregivers will be able to access resources and support from the staff of the Parent Resource Center. Join us for playtime, crafts, social skills, and music & movement activities.
Contact Name : Cecil County Public Schools Parent Resource Center for Special Education
Contact Email : PRC@ccps.org
|October 30, 2019
Parent Child Journey -- An Individualized Approach to Raising Your Challenging Child
October 30, 2019 –
Dr. Dan Shapiro’s Parent Child Journey – An Individualized Approach for Raising Your Challenging Child is a 10-session program for parents of children (ages preschool through early adolescence) with difficult behaviors. It is designed to help parents identify the sources of their children’s challenges and learn what they can do about them. During each session, we will discuss proactive strategies for raising children with difficult temperaments and developmental differences. The emphasis is on customizing the strategy to fit each child’s unique profile while taking parents’ profiles into account as well. Different children, different parents, different approaches.
Contact Name : Guiding Exceptional Parents
Contact Email : email@example.com
|October 31, 2019||November 1, 2019||November 2, 2019
FREE Workshop - Taking Your Seat at the IEP Table with Heather Hinkle, M.Ed.
November 2, 2019 –
Parent will receive a detailed description of the IEP document, an explanation of their rights as a parent and advocacy skills to use with the IEP team
You will receive information about:
Anything else you want to ask about?
With degrees in Psychology and Special Education, Heather has worked in the field of Education for her 20-year career. Specializing in Autism, she has been an SEIA, a teacher, the manager of a company providing home and community based services, and an independent Education Consultant. She specialized in Autism before becoming the Education Program Coordinator at Frederick Community College. She has advocated for children and families in many settings and is interested in sharing her passion and skills with parents.
*If sign language or foreign language interpretation is needed, please call 240-236-8744 or
Contact Name : Cara Phillips
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Get Connected: Special Needs Resources Fair
November 2, 2019
The Special Needs Resource Fair, hosted by St. Elizabeth School, brings together therapists, practitioners, consultants, products, and services that promote happy, healthy, and productive lives for those with special needs. Gain insight on speech language therapy, sensory integration, summer camps, assistive technology devices, estate planning, and much more!
Contact Name : St Elizabeth School
Contact Email : www.stelizabeth-school.org
North Chesapeake SNAG Fall Hayride for Families
November 2, 2019
Please RSVP with the number of guests. We need an estimate of people coming so we can let Lohr's know how many wagons. Hope to see you there. The hayride leaves around 10:15 so please plan to come by then. Ride includes pumpkin picking and apple cider.
RSVP by November 1st to email@example.com
Contact Name : North Chesapeake SNAG
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Super Social Saturday
November 2, 2019 –
Art Stream, Inc brings their popular Super Social Saturdays to PGCR.
Cost: $35 per session
Contact Name : PGCR
Contact Email : https://pgcr.org/