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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Webinar 2/26: Fewer Meltdowns! Practical Strategies for Fostering Positive Behavior in Children and Teens with Asperger Syndrome

From AANE.org
The Asperger's Association of New England

Presented by Brenda Dater, MPH, MSW
Director of Child and Teen Services, AANE

This webinar is designed to offer parents practical strategies to make home life function more smoothly. Come learn how you can help your child or pre-teen increase his/her ability to stay calm, cope better with frustration, get along better with others, think more flexibly, solve everyday problems, and transition with less trauma. We will also address strategies to help ourselves, the parents, stay cool!

About Brenda Dater

Brenda Dater has worked with families and health, education and therapeutic professionals for the past 20 years. Brenda develops and presents workshops on a variety of ASD topics including homework, behavior, IEP development and bike riding. Brenda is the parent of 3 boys, one of whom has Asperger's and another with ADHD.

When: 10:00am - 12:00 noon Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Fee:    $40 per registrant


Advance registration with payment is required for all webinars 1 hour before the webinar's start time. AANE reserves the right to cancel a webinar if the minimum enrollment is not met by the registration deadline.

If AANE cancels a webinar due to weather or a public emergency, and the webinar will not be re-scheduled, registrants may sign up for an alternate date if available. You will receive a refund if you are unable to make up a webinar canceled by AANE.

Webinar fees must be paid at the time of registration; reservations cannot be made without total payment. No prorated/reduced fees if you cannot attend a full webinar. If you register for a webinar and are a no-show, there are no refunds or credits given to attend another webinar. We will make every attempt to forward you materials and a link to a recording, if available. If you are an AANE member and would like a second family member to attend, please contact ilia.walsh@aane.org.

Access

To access this training you will need:
  • A desktop or laptop with internet access (tablets and smartphones may not support this technology)
  • Speakers or headphones that are attached to the computer or a telephone
  • Participants can also access this training without a computer by using a telephone, which will give you access to the AUDIO ONLY
  • Be prepared to log in 15 minutes before the scheduled time.
Once you have completed the registration and payment process, a confirmation email will be sent with instructions on how to access your online class.

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