Autism Works- S.T.R.I.V.E. (Liberty)

S.T.R.I.V.E for Young Adults Social, Transitional, Responsibility, Independence and Vocational Education The transition from school to adult life is an immense feat for anyone; this shift seems to be especially challenging for individuals with (more…)

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Date(s): 12-16-2019 Time(s): 7:00 pm

Capper Foundation – Open Swim (Topeka)

Our warm water therapy pool is available for Open Swim sessions on Wednesday afternoons from 4pm to 6pm for individuals with disabilities and their immediate family members. An adult must be present at all times to supervise children under the age of 18 years. All participants are required to sign a Waiver of Liability.

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    Date(s): 12-18-2019 Time(s): 4:00 pm

    Autism Speaks – Tele-Learning Program: Your Child’s School Community (Webinar)

    Your Child's School Community

    Wednesday, December 18, 2019 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm RSVP by December 17th

    This webinar will focus on information supporting the needs of students with autism and will cover the tools and strategies to achieve positive interaction and increased learning for all members of the school community.

    The tele-learning program will highlight:
    • Defining your student's school community
    • Helping peers support students with autism
    • Leading a way to inclusion
    • Supporting learning in the student with autism
    • The Rights of the student with autism
    • Understanding the IEP process

    Visit Autism Speaks for more information and registration

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    Date(s): 12-18-2019 Time(s): 6:00 pm

    Horizon Academy – The Myth of Laziness: A New Understanding of Student Motivation (Roeland Park)

    The Myth of Laziness: A New Understanding of Student Motivation

    Thursday, February 13, 2020 6:30-8:00 p.m.

    This session, presented by Horizon Academy's School Psychologist, Tiffany Arrington, PhD, challenges parents to rethink using the word "lazy" to describe student behaviors. Using the latest neuropsychology research on executive functioning, learning, and mood, this session will help parents interpret student behavior in more meaningful and productive ways. By helping your student identify his or her areas of strength and deficits, while providing appropriate expectations, you can help your student learn to motivate themselves.

    Date(s): 02-13-2020 Time(s): 6:30 pm
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