offered by Autism Society Oregon
ASO/Synergy Parent Group 2020 – Forming NOW!
YOU ONLY NEED TO SIGN UP ONCE AND YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED OF ALL UPCOMING MEETINGS.
Cozy up with a morning beverage and your computer on the fourth Saturday per month at 10am. We are offering a FREE on-line group for parents of children on the autism spectrum living in Oregon, facilitated by Barbara Avila, MS, of Synergy Autism Center.
Open to: Parents of children on spectrum of any age (birth – adulthood).
Location: If you have access to Zoom, you can access this group.
Time: We’ll meet 1x/month for 1-1/2 hours.
Dates: The Fourth Saturday of the month at 10am
The group will look at a different topic each month including self-care, safety considerations, understanding your child’s processing, social engagement and challenging your child without sending them over the edge.
To help the group coalesce, we are asking that participants be willing to commit to attending the first 3 monthly sessions, to the best of their ability, with more sessions possible.
If you are interested in being part of this group, please sign up here and please contact ASO with questions or for more details at info@AutismSocietyOregon.org or 503-636-1676 (toll-free: 888-AUTISM-1)
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