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ASNC Greenville office , 2045 C Eastgate Drive , Greenville
Having a child on the autism spectrum tends to generate a lot of paperwork! Managing this paperwork into an organized system can be instrumental in successfully advocating for your child. This workshop helps parents learn strategies to manage paperwork associated with their child’s school work, diagnosis, and IEP.
To understand what documentation should be kept to support successful advocacy
To discuss systems organization
To review strategies for successful paper-based communication with the school for your child
For more information, email Katie Holler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Autism Building (TEACCH building), 2nd floor conference room - 100 Renee Lynne Ct, Carrboro
More information and future events can be found at: http://www.cidd.unc.edu/About/Events/
Hilton Charlotte Center city, 222 E 3rd St, Charlotte
in us and more than 800 advocates as we come together to protect the children of our community. Our premier fundraising event of the year is a great way to get involved and make a huge impact for kids in crisis. More info coming soon. Contact us today at email@example.com if you’d like more information on how you can get involved and become an event host. Details at: http://www.cfcrights.org/event/a-night-for-childrens-rights-2019/