Jun
20
5:00 PM17:00

Financial Literacy for Families

This series of classes is designed to promote a better sense of financial security for your family. It is tough to set up and follow a budget, know how to spend money and learn how to improve your credit. This series will help you develop a better understanding of it all. Pre-qualification is required to attend. Location to be determined. Please call (518) 773-2014 ahead to sign up.

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Jun
20
12:00 PM12:00

Webinar: Loss, Grief, and Adjustment for Parents of Children with Special Needs

Please join Maryalice Fegeley, regional coordinator for Parent to Parent of NYS, as she presents the webinar Loss, Grief, and Adjustment for Parents of Children with Special Needs. Powerful and intense feelings are natural and common responses to parenting a child with exceptional needs. This training will provide an overview of common emotions experienced by parents and discuss how, by sharing and acknowledging these emotions, parents can find the inner strength needed to face and embrace their role as a parent of a child with special needs.

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Jun
18
5:00 PM17:00

Financial Literacy for Families

This series of classes is designed to promote a better sense of financial security for your family. It is tough to set up and follow a budget, know how to spend money and learn how to improve your credit. This series will help you develop a better understanding of it all. Pre-qualification is required to attend. Location to be determined. Please call (518) 773-2014 ahead to sign up.

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Jun
16
10:00 AM10:00

Autism Movement Therapy (AMT) and Creative Movement

AMT and creative movement is a movement and music integration strategy combining patterning, visual movement, calculation, audible processing, rhythm and sequencing for a “whole brain” cognitive thinking approach that can significantly improve behavioral, emotional, academic, social, speech and language skills. Parent participation is required. Come dressed to move and have fun!

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Jun
14
6:00 PM18:00

Presented by CARD: Tantrums, Tears and Timeouts: Helping Your Child with ASD Overcome Challenging Behavior

The focus of this training is on learning how to define your child’s challenging behavior in observable terms and learning ways to track that behavior. You will also learn about user-friendly tools that help determine the function of behavior along with strategies based on that function. Emphasis will be placed on evidence-based strategies that can be implemented in the home environment.

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Jun
13
5:00 PM17:00

Financial Literacy for Families

This series of classes is designed to promote a better sense of financial security for your family. It is tough to set up and follow a budget, know how to spend money and learn how to improve your credit. This series will help you develop a better understanding of it all. Pre-qualification is required to attend. Location to be determined. Please call (518) 773-2014 ahead to sign up.

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Jun
11
5:00 PM17:00

Financial Literacy for Families

This series of classes is designed to promote a better sense of financial security for your family. It is tough to set up and follow a budget, know how to spend money and learn how to improve your credit. This series will help you develop a better understanding of it all. Pre-qualification is required to attend. Location to be determined. Please call (518) 773-2014ahead to sign up.

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May
21
5:00 PM17:00

Splash the Spectrum

This class, designed for children with sensory disorders, is instructed by clinicians and geared toward children 3-17 years of age. Parent/caregiver participation is required. This is a 12-week program that runs from March 5 to May 28.

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May
19
10:00 PM22:00

Autism Movement Therapy (AMT) and Creative Movement

AMT and creative movement is a movement and music integration strategy combining patterning, visual movement, calculation, audible processing, rhythm and sequencing for a “whole brain” cognitive thinking approach that can significantly improve behavioral, emotional, academic, social, speech and language skills. Parent participation is required. Come dressed to move and have fun!

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May
14
5:00 PM17:00

Splash the Spectrum

This class, designed for children with sensory disorders, is instructed by clinicians and geared toward children 3-17 years of age. Parent/caregiver participation is required. This is a 12-week program that runs from March 5 to May 28.

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May
8
12:00 PM12:00

Preventing Parent Burnout for Parents of Children with Special Needs

Join Lindsey Pensabene, regional coordinator for Parent to Parent of NYS, as she presents this webinar. Extraordinary parenting responsibilities create extraordinary pressures on parents. At the same time, parenting a child with special needs requires energy, focus and enthusiasm to be effective in the role. The better off we are emotionally and physically, the better off our families will be. Join us for this webinar to discover positive ways to cope with and effectively manage stress.

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May
7
5:30 PM17:30

Let’s Get Social: Social Media Safety, Courtesy and Drama (Class 1 of 3)

Age Group A: 11-14 | Age Group B: 15-19 | Cost: $49 for 3-week session This curriculum will discuss the “do’s and don’ts” of social media, how to avoid the risks and pitfalls of sharing too much, and how to avoid the drama online. Role playing and team discussions will be used for this important topic for teens in this world.

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May
7
5:00 PM17:00

Splash the Spectrum

This class, designed for children with sensory disorders, is instructed by clinicians and geared toward children 3-17 years of age. Parent/caregiver participation is required. This is a 12-week program that runs from March 5 to May 28.

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May
3
6:00 PM18:00

Presented by CARD: Neuropsychology of Autism

Neuropsychology is the study of how the brain relates to observable behavior. It offers a framework for understanding and intervening for individuals with ASD. In this session, presented by Jodie Cohen, Ph.D., participants will get familiar with the leading neuropsychological and neuroanatomical theories behind ASD. It will review how ASD affects cognition and behavior across neuropsychological areas (e.g. attention, social skills and motor development) and highlight promising, evidence-based interventions and strategies to support individuals with ASD in each area. Register online at nysrcasd.albany.edu/centers/card-albany/registrations/training-for-families/new.

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May
1
5:00 PM17:00

Let’s Get IT Together! (Class 3 of 3)

If you know a teenager who has trouble with organization, getting things done on time, handling papers or homework, and overall doing tasks that require “executive functioning,” we have a solution. Let’s Get IT Together! is a series of classes aimed at improving executive functioning skills for youth with learning differences. There is a $49 fee to attend the series. Light meals will be provided.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER, PLEASE CONTACT:

Lexington Family Services or 518-773-2014 or

Erin Hollenbeck, Assistant Director of Family Services and Creative Expressions

(518) 773-2038 | hollene@thearclexington.org

 

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Apr
30
5:00 PM17:00

Splash the Spectrum

This class, designed for children with sensory disorders, is instructed by clinicians and geared toward children 3-17 years of age. Parent/caregiver participation is required. This is a 12-week program that runs from March 5 to May 28.

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Apr
24
5:00 PM17:00

Let’s Get IT Together! (Class 2 of 3)

If you know a teenager who has trouble with organization, getting things done on time, handling papers or homework, and overall doing tasks that require “executive functioning,” we have a solution. Let’s Get IT Together! is a series of classes aimed at improving executive functioning skills for youth with learning differences. There is a $49 fee to attend the series. Light meals will be provided.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER, PLEASE CONTACT:

Lexington Family Services or 518-773-2014 or

Erin Hollenbeck, Assistant Director of Family Services and Creative Expressions

(518) 773-2038 | hollene@thearclexington.org

 

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Apr
21
10:00 AM10:00

Autism Movement Therapy (AMT) and Creative Movement

AMT and creative movement is a movement and music integration strategy combining patterning, visual movement, calculation, audible processing, rhythm and sequencing for a “whole brain” cognitive thinking approach that can significantly improve behavioral, emotional, academic, social, speech and language skills. Parent participation is required. Come dressed to move and have fun!

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Apr
20
6:00 PM18:00

Sib Street

Friday, April 20 | 6:00—8:00 p.m. | 43 Harrison St., Gloversville Sib Street is a support group for the siblings (ages 8-15) of individuals who have been diagnosed with developmental disabilities.

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Apr
17
5:00 PM17:00

Let’s Get IT Together! (Class 1 of 3)

If you know a teenager who has trouble with organization, getting things done on time, handling papers or homework, and overall doing tasks that require “executive functioning,” we have a solution. Let’s Get IT Together! is a series of classes aimed at improving executive functioning skills for youth with learning differences. There is a $49 fee to attend the series. Light meals will be provided.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER, PLEASE CONTACT:

Lexington Family Services or 518-773-2014 or

Erin Hollenbeck, Assistant Director of Family Services and Creative Expressions

(518) 773-2038 | hollene@thearclexington.org

 

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