UMARC Topics in Autism lecture series for families
The University of Maryland Autism Research Collaborative (UMARC), a multi-department research initiative led by the Dept of Hearing and Speech Sciences, is hosting three upcoming talks specifically designed for families of children/teens with autism. Please bring these talks to the attention of anybody who might be interested.
UMARC will also host a booth at Maryland Day on April 26th. Everybody should stop by to see what University of Maryland researchers are learning about autism.
Thursday, 3/27/14, 7-9pm: Supporting Functional Communication in Young Children with Autism, Vivian Sisskin, M.S, CCC-SLP, University of Maryland, Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences
Saturday, 4/5/14, 10am-12pm: Know your Child; Know Yourself: Parenting With Your Child’s Profile in Mind, Sarah Wayland, Ph.D., Cognitive Psychologist, guidingexceptionalparents.com
Saturday, 5/03/14, 10am-12pm: Accommodations for the IEP and Classroom, Kathryn Dow-Burger, M.A., CCC-SLP, University of Maryland, Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences
Location for all talks is Lefrak Hall 0135. Child care is available with reservations. For questions or to RSVP for child care, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 301‐ 405- 8561. Visit our website at autism.umd.edu. Parking available either via email request (RSVP!) or visitor parking in Mowatt Lane Garage.