Autism 30

Newsletter #4: Jan 2017

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Autism 30 January 2017 Newletter
Reflecting back on the year 2016.  We remember the wonderful people that we’ve had a pleasure to meet by doing this podcast. Meeting people that are making a difference in the lives of members of our community, who have dedicated their lives to help has given us such hope for the future.

We are also grateful for those individuals who are currently enrolled in autism studies, attending autism workshops, asking questions from autism experts, and those who are curious who ask questions to build their knowledge and awareness. 

We are also grateful to you who listen to our podcast and for your kind words. Our goal at Autism 30 for the year 2017 is to better serve you as we do this podcast for you. If you have any comments, ideas, or topics you’d like to hear let us know. We’d really like to hear from you. 
The Autism 30 Team
 “Live in Love”

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Laurel Behaviour Support Services is pleased to offer the Triple P® Stepping Stones Positive Parenting program
 
Laurel Behaviour Support Services is pleased to offer the Triple P® Stepping Stones Positive Parenting program, starting this January in Burnaby.
 
This program is an excellent early intervention step to address minor behaviour challenges a child presents with, before becoming serious and critical. Triple P® Stepping Stones has substantial evidence supporting its efficacy in preventing challenging behaviours and provides families with knowledge, skills and necessary tools to support their child’s learning and development.
 
If you are interested Please view the attached flyer (click on the picture to the left) and inquire about the program and/or registration with a Laurel Service Coordinator at (778) 945-1435 or [email protected]

(Podcast dated: February 15th, 2016)

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CBI Consultants “Social Skills Training For Teens”
 
CBI Consultants is pleased to announce that they are offering PEERS for Adolescents developed by Elizabeth A. Laugeson & Fred Frankel. The course is called “Social Skills Training For Teens.”
 
If you would like to sign up for the course please click on the picture to the left, where you can find all of the details. This looks like a wonderful opportunity for our community teen members.
 
Also, don’t forget to tune in to Autism 30 on January 15th to hear Mr. Chad Bouchard from CBI Consulting! 
 
(Podcast will air: January 15th, 2017)

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Richmond Autism Parents Suppot Meeting

This is a reminder that the Richmond Autism Parents Support meeting will be held on Thursday January 26th at 7:30pm. The location for this month is The Richmond Caring Place Society 7000 Minoru Blvd #140, Richmond, BC V6Y 3Z5.
 
This is a great way to meet other parents in a supportive environment and listen to guest speakers and learn about autism. A wonderful way to connect to the community and gain wisdom.
 
All are welcome. 
 
(Podcasts dated: July 1st, 2016)

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Quote of the month: "Who do you think made the first stone spears? The Asperger guy. If you were to get rid of all the autism genetics, there would be no more Silicon Valley."

Temple Grandin