(Special to Maria Probt’s, Bloomfield Pulse:) ” Bloomfield Public Library Free Help for Parents with Kids Who Have Autism, One Conversation at a Time
Saturday, April 30, 2016
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Bloomfield – Conference Room
Parents of Kids with Autism (or who are worried if their child may have autism) will learn new ways in which their child can have more meaningful conversations like never before. Author and Creator of The ICAN! for Autism Method ™, Karen Kabaki-Sisto, Communication Expert and Speech Language Therapist for over 20 years will be speaking in her very own neighborhood at The Bloomfield Library, www.bplnj.org, April 30th from 1:00 to 2:30 about new ways kids with autism can have fun learning and communicating.
· Karen will also take questions and provide real-life unique tips and answers to parents who want the best for their child. All parents, care-givers, and teachers are welcome to learn more from Karen’s method that is changing lives all over the world. Karen’s Bloomfield Library visit stems from her passion about her own local community since she treats children and lives in northern New Jersey where the rate of autism is highest in the country, 1 out of 45 kids affected.
· Parents will also get free materials in which to take home with helpful tips, along with a free communication assessment tool they can privately take online that equips them with an immediate report of their child’s abilities. This report helps parents, teachers, care-givers, therapists or physicians find a starting point for on-going therapy needs.
· Questions? Go to www.icanforautism.com for free videos, updates and more helpful tips for families!