August 9, 2018 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Is homework a battle in your house? Do you feel like you are always nagging your child/teen to stop watching YouTube videos?  Executive function skills (organization, time management, planning/prioritization, self regulation and study skills) are at the heart of these parent/child confrontations.

We will take a look at how students can be taught to take a look at their actions and analyze them so that they can understand how to make positive changes to their academic motivation.

Speaker:  Phillip Roberts, CEO Goal Oriented Academics & Learning Sciences (GOALS)  www.goalorientedacademics.com

This will be a great presentation, please join us!

Meetings are an opportunity for parents to meet informally and to share ideas, experiences and information. New families and caregivers are always welcome. Those who wish to share or simply listen are invited to attend. PHP provides a forum for parents and professionals to get information.

Kat is the autism support group facilitator, she started her journey with autism 10 years ago when she and her husband received their son’s diagnosis.  She didn’t know anyone with a child that had autism and PHP’s Autism Support Group was a lifeline for her.  She recently started a blog (www.StrivingMamas.com) to share her experience with other moms that have kids with autism.  She is looking forward to meeting everyone at the meetings!

There is a collection of excellent materials available on Autism Spectrum Disorder available for check-out at the PHP Resource Library for both parents and professionals.

Please RSVP for this event so we know how many people to accommodate. Sorry childcare is not available for this meeting.

There is a collection of excellent materials available on Autism Spectrum Disorder available for check-out at the PHP Resource Library for both parents and professionals.

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