In Partnership with the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services and Professional Crisis Management Association, Region IV REACH, is excited to bring crisis management training to family members and non-professionals in caregiving roles for adults and children with Intellectual and / or Developmental Disability who struggle with challenging behavior.
On Thursday, April 26, 2018, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released their report increasing the incidence rate of autism among eight-year-old children in the United States to 1 in 59. The rate has increased by 13.2% since 2014 when the rate was around 1 in 68.
Heart and Mind Therapy is excited to have Deborahoin our practice. Deb brings with her a lot of experience in working with military families, adoptive families, special needs families and more.
To register, follow the link in the flier below.
The ASCV and The Byrd Theatre’s are hosting a SENSORY FRIENDLY MOVIE, PETER RABBIT, on Saturday, May 19, 2018. The show begins at 2:00pm (Box ofﬁce opens at 1:30pm) Location: Byrd Theatre (2908 West Cary Street Richmond, VA 23221)
The 4th annual event on June 7, 2018, 6-9PM raises necessary funds to sustain the Reinhart Guest House (at St. Mary’s Hospital) operation, increases awareness about this vital ministry and brings community together in a home that is providing hope and healing to families in need. The location of the event is Reinhart Guest House at St. Mary’s Hospital
(1100 Libbie Ave, Richmond, Virginia 23226.)
VibeFest’18 is June 10th from 12-6:30PM in Max’s Positive Vibe Cafe’s parking lot! There is a great line-up of music scheduled (Janet Martin, Tin Can Fish Band, The Taters, The Hullabaloos and Burrito Riders League to name a few.)
Please join Medical Home Plus for their May parent workshop at Hope Church featuring Naomi Brubaker, Hope Kids Special Needs Team Lead and Kim Didra, Speech Language Pathologist. We will be discussing the benefits of using visuals and schedules, and making your own to support your children in your home.
Come out to our Brain Balance Discovery Day on Saturday, May 19 at 10 AM – 12:00 PM and see our center first hand and learn about how we are helping children that are struggling Behaviorally, Socially and Academically!
Our Commitment – To ensure alternative learners and students with disabilities have viable and sustainable career skills that will create opportunities for self-sustainability long-term positive contributions to our communities.