We’re Not Broken: Understanding How All Children Learn
Mon, Mar 3, 2014 at 7:30 PM.
Author and Inclusion Activist Jonathan Mooney will provide insights into celebrating the exceptional child and ways to change social perceptions of students who learn differently. Admission is free, but RSVP to Tracy Horwitz by February 28.
Mooney, who did not learn to read until age 12, went on to earn a college degree from Brown University and founded Project Eye-to-Eye, a mentoring and advocacy non-profit organization for students with learning differences. He is the author of “Learning Outside the Lines”. More information is available here.
Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
432 Scotland Road
South Orange, NJ 07079
Join Autism New Jersey’s first conference focused exclusively on the transition to adulthood. This critical time in the life of a person with autism requires careful planning and preparation on the part of parents/caregivers and professionals. Navigating the changes from school to the adult service system is challenging. Our esteemed speakers will present on a variety of legal, educational, vocational, social, and financial topics specifically addressing adolescence and the changes that come with the end of the high school years.