Want to see pygmy hippos, white lion cubs, and other cool animals? Greater Richmond ARC’s “A Day at the Zoo” field trip to the Metro Richmond Zoo for respite program participants is on November 24, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is waiver and private pay ($107.44) For more information, contact Greater Richmond ARC’s Brian Parson (804) 665-1228 or Meredith Clark at (804) 748-4789.
Come celebrate the start of the Christmas season with a special visit from Santa! Enjoy crafts and snacks in a sensory friendly environment while you wait. No long lines or noisy crowds. No loud ho ho ho! Your child can choose to sit on Santa’s lap, stand beside him, sit in a separate chair, or have other family members share the visit with Santa.
Join us for the JPJF Giving Tree LIVE Launch presented by Aetna Better Health of Virginia and listen to LIVE music as we stream the launch LIVE on Facebook.
Date & Location: Saturday, November 17th at Max’s Positive Vibe Café!
I strive to provide a calm and peaceful presence in a safe place to explore and take an active role in your life. I look forward to partnering with you to find creative solutions.
I am trained in EMDR and use other play and expressive therapies in our work together. I have training in Christian counseling and can incorporate your faith in our work if you choose to do so.
Join us for our second Facebook Live, where AnswersNow Chief Science Officer, Adam Dreyfus, will provide specific strategies for what you, as a caregiver, can do when your child with autism isn’t talking.
It is with great excitement that we share with you the opportunity to participate in the Inclusive Fitness and Health kickball fundraiser. Inclusive Fitness and Health is directed by Matthew Scott, a professor in the Kinesiology and Health Department here at VCU. We are collaborating with the non profit organization Jacob’s Chance Jacob’s Chance to raise awareness of health and fitness, as well as to support individuals with different abilities such as autism and down syndrome by providing them a space to truly feel included.
Families, friends, and prospective families of Next Steps are invited for a fall celebration this Saturday, November 3rd rain or shine! Time: 2 PM – 5 PM
Location: Next Steps Behavioral Center (9351 W Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia 23294)
Spot On Therapy Group is hosting a parent workshop- Getting Kids to Eat!
Tuesday, November 13
Please join us for our November Parent Workshop at Hope Church. The Barnabas Center, a non-profit counseling, training and teaching group, will be speaking on the importance of self-care for our parens of children with special needs. To care for your child, you must also care for yourself.
Complimentary on-site child care is available. Please email email@example.com by November 10, 2018 to let us know if you will be bringing your child(ren).