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ASD Parent Education Book Club - TBD 

Parent Book Club discussing "A Parent's Guide to High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder...How to Meet the Challenges and Help Your Child Thrive" written by Sally Ozonoff, PhD, Geraldine Dawson, PhD and James C. McPartland, PhD. This book can be purchased from Amazon. 

Dr. Wooten will host the book clubs. In order to hold this, we do need at least 5 to join.  As of 4/28, only 3 have registered. If this interests you, please contact the office.   The club will meet weekly for approximately 8 weeks to cover the chapter assignments by Dr. Wooten.  The meetings will be Fridays at 11:30 am. 


Call the office to register if you'd like to learn more. 972-539-8353.

If you are a parent of an ASD child and would like to join other parents in an educational "book club," please submit a request or call.  

Submit a contact us form or call 972-539-8353.  Limited capacity: 5-7.  Please call or email to register.

Pending registration capacity - may be deferred to summer.

ADHD Parent Education Video

The video includes information on the neuro-biological conceptualization, discussion of biological and other treatments, consideration of behavior management strategies for ADHD and an explanation of the interface with schools on behalf of your child with ADHD.  The other materials provided in paper form at the seminars will also be available.  The video and supporting documents will be emailed to you.

News:  Previously,  teachers have earned November trade credit from LISD with confirmation of this seminar.  

ADHD - Parent Seminar

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Recommended Online Resources

Articles originally published on ADDitude magazine:

  • How to Diffuse and Angry Child
  • Why We Feel So Intensely: Understanding ADHD Emotions
  • ADHD Medications: 10 Ways to Get it Right
  • Homework an Study Shortcuts: 12 Ways to Get Things Done Quicker
  • Creating An IEP/504 Plan for Your ADHD Child

        Article by Roy Savion below may be helpful for post high school planning

Resources and blog for parents of children with special needs

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