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Stay-Play-Talk Intervention via Telepractice for Typically Developing Siblings of Children with Disabilities

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Dear Caregivers, We are seeking typically developing siblings and their sibling with a developmental disability to participate in a training to increase social interaction in a fun way! Participation in the study includes: -Caregiver completion of initial assessments about communication. -Typically developing sibling will receive training to implement social interaction strategies -Recording of 2-3 sessions […]

Bowlero – Special Needs Programming

Special Needs & Low Sensory HoursEvery Wednesday4:00PM-6:00PM We are a Certified Autism Center. Join us on Wednesdays from 4pm-6pm for special low sensory hours designed for players on the spectrum or with other special needs. All you can bowl, 2 hours with shoe rental included for up to 5 players per lane: $7 per player. […]

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Seeking Infants for Early Detection of ASD

SUNY Upstate’s Departments of Physical Therapy Education and Pediatrics are seeking infants between 4 and 8 weeks of age for a paid research study! To further explore the developmental differences in infants at high-risk for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) compared to infants at low-risk for ASD and to evaluate differences in parent/caregiver stress between the […]

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Sibshops

Training and Treatment Innovations- Sterling Heights 13213 E 14 Mile Rd, Sterling Heights

Training & Treatment Innovations, Inc. is excited to announce Sibshops, a recreation based support group just for brothers and sisters of children with special needs! Sibshops is not therapy but it can be therapeutic for some children. Sibshops acknowledges that being a brother or sister of a person with special needs is both rewarding and […]

Sensory Friendly Family Movie Night

Troy Community Center 3179 Livernois Rd, Troy

Join us for a family movie screening in a sensory friendly environment. Lights up, volume down, and no need to stay in one spot! Relax and enjoy among other families with sensory needs. Minors must be accompanied by a responsible adult 18+. All family members must register. You may bring pre-packaged, individual foods, please no […]

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FAPE in the LRE Statewide Training

Online

Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) is the foundation of special education. What do these terms really mean? How do we ensure that we are providing FAPE in the LRE? It is critical that all educational staff, including administrators, general and special education teachers, itinerant and ancillary staff, and […]

$20

Free Virtual Caregiver Bootcamp

AAoM’s Caregiver Bootcamp is a comprehensive training day for parents whose child was recently diagnosed with autism, providing information to help understand and navigate services and supports. Intended for parents of children diagnosed with autism in the past year, ages 1-10.  Topics covered: • Understanding Autism • Special Education Basics • Autism Insurance Coverage • […]

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Adaptive Tennis for Beginners

Troy Community Center 3179 Livernois Rd, Troy

Learn the basics of adaptive tennis with sessions geared towards beginning players 6 years and up with disabilities. Skill building drills, instruction, and mini-play opportunities provided by trained professionals. Individual adaptations provided as needed. Bring your own racket if you have it, or one can be provided for you. Adaptive sessions include those with cognitive […]

$15 – $18
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Study investigating visual processing and social functioning

University of Michigan - Rachel Upjohn Building 4250 Plymouth Rd, Ann Arbor

We are seeking individuals (age 14-30) who experience difficulties in social situations to participate in a study on visual processing at the University of Michigan. Participation involves a remote video assessment visit (involves an interview and filling out computer surveys), an in-person assessment visit (involves a second interview and computer tasks), and a third, optional, […]

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Seeking Infants for Early Detection of ASD

SUNY Upstate’s Departments of Physical Therapy Education and Pediatrics are seeking infants between 4 and 8 weeks of age for a paid research study! To further explore the developmental differences in infants at high-risk for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) compared to infants at low-risk for ASD and to evaluate differences in parent/caregiver stress between the […]

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Sibshops

Training and Treatment Innovations- Sterling Heights 13213 E 14 Mile Rd, Sterling Heights

Training & Treatment Innovations, Inc. is excited to announce Sibshops, a recreation based support group just for brothers and sisters of children with special needs! Sibshops is not therapy but it can be therapeutic for some children. Sibshops acknowledges that being a brother or sister of a person with special needs is both rewarding and […]

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