Do you want to learn about the resources and support systems that are available to you as a parent of a young child with autism? Do you want to find out more about "wraparound" and early intervention services?
Johanna Taylor, a doctoral student in the Early Intervention Autism Specialization Program at the University of Pittsburgh and Jessica Scott, pursuing a Master’s Degree in Education and a second-year Trainee in the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities and Related Disorders at the University of Pittsburgh will present a two-hour workshop to address the many needs and questions of parents who are seeking resources for their children. Ms. Taylor is a board certified behavior analyst who has worked with children with autism and developmental disabilities for over 10 years and Ms. Scott has experience providing therapeutic intervention for children with autism and their caregivers.
Please register for this free two-hour workshop by calling the library or online at: www.northlandlibrary.org/news/calendar.html