The week's events
- Sensory Sensitive Sundays at Chuck E. Cheese
Sensory Sensitive Sundays at Chuck E. Cheese
Chuck E. Cheese is proud to support families who have children with autism and other special needs. We offer a sensory-friendly experience on the first Sunday of every month at participating locations, opening our stores two hours before their normal opening time. Our Sensory Sensory events include a trained and caring staff that work to ensure each guest has a fun-filled visit. We realize that the Chuck E. experience can be very stimulating for any child, so our mission is to create an event that allows ALL kids to be a kid.
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- Abingdon Library Children's Sensory Room - Open House
Abingdon Library Children's Sensory Room - Open House
Discover the Abingdon Library's Children's Sensory Room. A unique space for children of all abilities to enjoy with their families and caregivers. The Children's Sensory Room provides stimulation and relaxation through touch, light and sound, using an array of multi-sensory experience.
Contact Name : Julie McCashland
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- TRAINING 101: Fundamentals of Working with Neurodiverse Couples in Therapy, CERTIFICATION 201: Case Presentations and Advanced Topics in Neurodiverse Couples Therapy
TRAINING 101: Fundamentals of Working with Neurodiverse Couples in Therapy, CERTIFICATION 201: Case Presentations and Advanced Topics in Neurodiverse Couples Therapy
TRAINING 101: Fundamentals of Working with Neurodiverse Couples in Therapy teaches therapists how to recognize, understand, and effectively treat neurodiverse couples in therapy. This is a 10 hour self-paced online training. Developed by Grace Myhill, MSW, the course includes in depth lectures from Grace and other experts in the field, including insights and observations from a panel of therapists who work with neurodiverse couples. In addition to hearing from professionals, you will get an intimate peek into the lives of 10 neurodiverse couples as they share their experiences and the complexities of being in a neurodiverse relationship.
CERTIFICATION 201: Case Presentations and Advanced Topics in Neurodiverse Couples Therapy is for those who want to hone their skills and knowledge about working with neurodiverse couples in therapy. Classes will meet 8 times for 90 minutes by video conference.
With a small group of 5 - 8 fellow clinicians, participants will hear short lectures by Grace Myhill, MSW on topics such as telling a couple they are neurodiverse, dealing with meltdowns, and discussing physical intimacy. Participants will also present and discuss their own clients, as well as have a Q & A session with a neurodiverse couple and with a specialist in the field of neurodiverse couples therapy.
Contact Name : Grace Myhill
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- Parent Training: Pre-Guiding the Journey
Parent Training: Pre-Guiding the Journey
Preparing for the transition from school to adulthood for youth with disabilities and special healthcare needs can be challenging and scary for families. It can be difficult to know where to begin or what the priorities should be.
Who should apply:
Parents of transition aged students (ages 13-14) who have an IEP or 504 plan. Participants must commit to attending both sessions.
How to Apply:
Complete the online application by clicking on the link below or copying into your browser:
Application Deadline is December 16, 2019 at 5pm
**This is a two part training seminar:Session 1 – Family & Essential Skills
Date: January 11, 2020, Time: 9 am to 4 pmSession 2 – Community & Next StepsDate: February 1, 2020, Time: 9 am to 4 pmLocation:
Calvert Country School
1359 Dares Beach Road Prince
For questions contact Keisha Frager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Name : Keisha Frager
Contact Email : email@example.comIEP Meeting Facilitation for Better Communication
IEP Meeting Facilitation for Better Communication
When the relationship between parents and school personnel becomes strained or better yet, before the relationship
has the opportunity to fray, parents and school personnel are finding that using independent facilitators can assist the
IEP team process. Presented by Kathy Glace and Brenda Gilligan, Cecil County Community Mediation Center
Contact Name : PRC
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.orgSensory Story Time @ Abingdon Library
Sensory Story Time @ Abingdon Library
Join us for a multi-sensory story time, developed for children and families of all abilities, with engaging visuals, interactive stories, adaptive movement and sensory activities. Sibling participation is welcomed. The Children's Sensory Room will be open after story time to explore. Please contact the library to register and to discuss special accommodations in advance.
Contact Name : Julie McCashland
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Explore how an interconnected series of levers can be combined to make a creature that grows and shrinks! Use simple hand tools to connect and build with wood, common fasteners and craft materials. This program is designed for families with accessibility issues, including low vision, blindness, physical disabilities and cognitive delays. All ages. Presented by Future Makers. Registration Required.
Contact Name : Meghan Menon
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