Calendar


Jul
19
Fri
Potty Training on the Spectrum @ Behavioral Innovations
Jul 19 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Potty training is a major milestone for toddlers and there are typically a few bumps along the way! This training will lead you through evidence-based practices on how to potty train a child with autism. Meet our Clinical Director, Lindsay Birchfield, BCBA and get the answers to these questions and more!

Space is limited, please RSVP here:

Kyle Info Session: Potty Training on the Spectrum

Jul
20
Sat
New Braunfels Special Needs Resource Symposium @ McKenna Event Center
Jul 20 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

SPECIAL NEEDS RESOURCE SYMPOSIUM JULY 20, 9AM-4PM | MCKENNA EVENT CENTER

Any Baby Can and Cole Pediatric Therapy have teamed up to bring the parents of our community an opportunity to learn about the following and resources available to help their children:

  • Developmental Milestones (fine motor, gross motor, language delays)
  • ADHD
  • Dyslexia (identifying symptoms, coping)
  • Autism (diagnosis and available treatment)
  • Feeding/Nutrition/Adaptive Fitness
  • No to minimal cost Community Resources
  • Transitioning into adult programs

Childcare will be available on-site for all parents in need. Please RSVP with Brandy Gray Brandy.Gray@colehealth.com – (512)-820-6408 or Kasey Chenault kchenault@abcsa.org – (210)-547-3019

New Braunfels Special Needs Resource Symposium Flyer

The A to ZZZ’s of Sleep Training for Individuals with Autism @ Austin Public Library Old Quarry Branch
Jul 20 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Saturday, July 20th
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Austin Public Library
Old Quarry Branch
7051 Village Center Dr.
Austin, TX 78731

Join Associate Clinical Director, Nina
Carmichael, MA, BCBA, LBA, for a
discussion about sleep training for
individuals with autism. We’ll talk
about best practices, discuss available
treatment options, and have a Q & A
session for all participants.
• Free Parking
• Refreshments Provided
• Free Raffle for Attendees: Open
Play pass to We Rock the Spectrum
Gym

This workshop is designed for families who have children
with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or other related
disorders who are facing common challenges related to
sleep.

Though the prevalence of sleep problems among children
with ASD varies, 50–80% of these children experience
sleep-related difficulties compared to only 25% of their
typically developing peers (Kotagal & Broomall, 2012).
These challenges include problems falling or staying
asleep, lack of following nighttime routines, and problem
behavior which occurs after saying goodnight, which
interferes with sleep onset.

This workshop will provide information about common
sleep problems and discuss strategies based on the
principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to increase
appropriate sleep behavior.

Contact Us
RSVP by Phone or Online
(818) 241-6780 Ext 565
https://autismlearningpartners.com/Texas-workshops/

Flyer

Jul
27
Sat
Planning for Families w/ Special Needs! @ We Rock the Spectrum Kid's Gym - Austin
Jul 27 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Families with special needs – Join us as we discuss how to build a team of professionals that will support you and your loved ones in every phase of life! From special needs trusts to maximizing government benefits, we will touch on all aspects of ensuring our kiddos with special needs are taken care of!

Attendance is FREE – Please RSVP to reserve your spot! (Please email Sara, call WRTS, or respond on Facebook) Childcare is provided at WRTS gym during info session; please feel free to utilize your complimentary day pass after the session!

Aug
17
Sat
Understanding Challenging Behavior of Individuals with Autism @ Austin Public Library Windsor Park Branch
Aug 17 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Saturday, July 20th
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Austin Public Library
Old Quarry Branch
7051 Village Center Dr.
Austin, TX 78731

Join Associate Clinical Director, Nina
Carmichael, MA, BCBA, LBA, for a
discussion about sleep training for
individuals with autism. We’ll talk
about best practices, discuss available
treatment options, and have a Q & A
session for all participants.
• Free Parking
• Refreshments Provided
• Free Raffle for Attendees: Open
Play pass to We Rock the Spectrum
Gym

This workshop is designed for families who have children
with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or other related
disorders who are facing common challenges related to
sleep.

Though the prevalence of sleep problems among children
with ASD varies, 50–80% of these children experience
sleep-related difficulties compared to only 25% of their
typically developing peers (Kotagal & Broomall, 2012).
These challenges include problems falling or staying
asleep, lack of following nighttime routines, and problem
behavior which occurs after saying goodnight, which
interferes with sleep onset.

This workshop will provide information about common
sleep problems and discuss strategies based on the
principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to increase
appropriate sleep behavior.

Contact Us
RSVP by Phone or Online
(818) 241-6780 Ext 565
Register Here