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Please join us for "10 Things You Need To Know About Your Child's IEP" presented by Lisa Perez of Ohio Parent Advocacy and Counseling.  It will be an informative presentation for any parent or caregiver that has a child on IEP.

Posted: June 4, 2013

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"Off The Screen" is a social skills group created for kids entering grades 7 through 10.  These teens are on their way to social independence, but need extra support before they strike out on their own.  The group will use community based activities to promote social interaction and develop problem solving skills in real life situations, with the support of Speech Language Pathologists.  The group will choose their own set of activities which will make every group unique! 

Encourage your teen to join us for "Off The Screen"


Posted: August 5, 2012

The SPD Foundation is conducting a new online study.  They are looking for participants 7-17 or adults age 18 or older that have a clinical diagnosis of Sensory Processing Disorder, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Anxiety Disorders or ADD/ADHD.  They are also looking for neuro typical individuals.  For more information you can follow this link: 

http://www.spdfoundation.net/researchstudy.html


Posted: August 3, 2012

10 Questions Parents Should Ask When Looking For A Therapist:

  1. What is your philosophy for intervention?
  2. How many years experience do you have treating chldren with the same challenges as my child?
  3. Do you have any specialties? Do you hold certifications in that specialty?
  4. Have you engaged in continuing education or mentorships that are specific to your specialty area?
  5. What is the environment like?
  6. Do you have the appropriate equipment and assessments to measure my child's progress?
  7. How will change in my child be measured?
  8. How familiar are you with processes outside your own (i.e.-school system, funding sources, etc.)?
  9. How do you make parent education a priority?
  10. What intervention options do you offer (1:1, group, classes, consultation)?
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Posted: July 31, 2012

10 Questions Parents Should Ask When Looking For A Therapist:

  1. What is your philosophy for intervention?
  2. How many years experience do you have treating chldren with the same challenges as my child?
  3. Do you have any specialties?  Do you hold certifications in that specialty?  
  4. Have you engaged in continuing education or mentorships that are specific to your specialty area? 
  5. What is the environment like?
  6. Do you have the appropriate equipment and assessments to measure my child's progress?
  7. How will change in my child be measured?
  8. How familiar are you with processes outside your own (i.e.-school system, funding sources, etc.)?
  9. How do you make parent education a priority?
  10.  What intervention options do you offer (1:1, group, classes, consultation)?

Posted: November 2, 2011

Integrative Medical Care and the Behavioral Treatment of Autism

 Tuesday, November 15

      6:30-8:00 PM

 Allen T. Lewis, MD, FAAP

 

Please join us for a dynamic evening of learning about the interconnection between biology and behavior as is relates to individuals on the autism spectrum. Gain more understanding of the interrelationship between biology and wellness and how underlying medical problems may impede behavioral and educational goals.

 

* To find out more about Dr. Lewis, please go to : www.integrativepediatricsofohio.com

Please RSVP to register online at http://lewiseventbrite.com

This event is presented at no cost to the public

No child care provided

Haugland Learning Center 3400 Snouffer Road Columbus, Ohio 43235

 

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