For some kids, social skills groups can provide a solid training ground but others may still find it hard to make emotional connections in day-to-day interactions. This presentation is designed to help parents understand how to teach their child to enjoy social experiences through learning how to connect with peers on an emotional level. The information in this presentation is geared towards individuals diagnosed with ADHD, Asperger's and higher-verbal autism spectrum diagnoses.
Ryan Wexelblattis the Director of Center for ADHDin Bryn Mawrand Summer Travel Camp in Lafayette Hill. A licensed social worker, school social worker and certified autism specialist,Ryan also works as a clinician at the Y.A.L.E. School in Manayunk. Center for ADHD offers social skills programs for boys, executive function treatment and therapy. Ryan has completed the Social Thinking® clinical training program. Ryan and his son Austin live in Narberth. To learn more, visit www.centeradhd.com.
When: Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
Where: LMSD Administration Building - Board Conference Room A (located at 301 E. Montgomery Ave., Ardmore)
Questions: Contact Karin Fox at KLRenard@aol.com
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