CNNH Stories: Stanley, Stephon, and Karyn

Hear the stories of brothers Stanley and Stephon, and how coming to CNNH helped them manage their challenging behaviors at home and at school. Now both boys are doing extremely well. Stanley was the first student with autism to join the high school swimming team which captured the hearts of his community and inspired press coverage and the formation of special needs sports programs. Both boys have since medaled at the Special Olympics!

CNNH Stories: Maryanne

With two children on the autism spectrum, Maryanne shares how hectic life was before she found CNNH.

Maryanne and her family found relief through the collaborative model of care provided at CNNH. Everything she needed was in one location and the medical practitioner and therapists worked together to find a treatment protocol that worked for each of her children.

Maryanne also found community at CNNH, seeing neighbors and friends she had referred in the waiting room before and after her children’s appointments.

Autism Beach Bash 2019

Thank you for joining Autism Family Services of New Jersey for the 15th Annual Autism Beach Bash in Belmar, NJ. Autism Beach Bash benefits individuals and their families living with autism spectrum disorders. This is a free event which will be held on Sunday, September 8, 2019. The day includes organized activities, DJ, arts and crafts, informational vendors, lunch, beach games and more. Families have an opportunity to network and partake in organized activities throughout the day. One of the highlights of the day is the opportunity to surf with Surfers Healing, if you register April 20 through April 26 at www.surfershealing.org and receive confirmation that you are accepted. Surf Camp Registration in now Closed.

For more information and to register please visit the event page:

15th Annual Autism Beach Bash

POAC Pirate and Princess Carnival

If you have ever wanted to hang out with pirates, learn how to wield a sword, or hear about their daring adventures, you and your family must not miss this event! Bring your own lawn seat, blanket, or beach chair to watch the Pirates in action. There will be a Free Barbecue and rides for all ages. POAC merchandise will be offered for purchase and the beach and playground are available if you would like to make a full day of it. The Pirates will be on hand before and after their 45 minute interactive show to meet and greet everyone. Come dressed as your favorite Pirate or Princess and don’t forget the sun screen. Registration is necessary to reserve your space. Siblings are welcome at this event. Please make sure we have the names and ages of all children attending the event.

If you would like to become a vendor at our resource fair for this event

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Resource Fair Tables are free for current POAC Agency Members and $100 for all others.
(Agency members must contact POAC for a Promo Code.)

LOCATION: Windward Beach, Brick, NJ

REGISTRATION LINK

 

Inclusion: What Parents Can Do

INCLUSION: WHAT PARENTS CAN DO!

#InclusionMeansAll

Participants will apply the knowledge they learn in this hands-on training. They will learn to create more inclusive opportunities in schools and communities for ALL children. This is a two-part training:

•Part 1: Learn how planning for MEANINGFUL Inclusion can make a difference. Let’s make a plan to include.

•Part 2: Learn how Strength Based IEPs and SMART Goals can help support students with disabilities.

Go to: https://spanadvocacy.org/programs/start/inclusion/ to view our Inclusion Webinar, which is the prequel to this training series.

To register by phone or for more information: Call: (973) 642-8100 ext. 123
or E-mail: start@spanadvocacy.org

Location

Millville Public Library

210 Buck Street

Millville, NJ 08332

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Let’s Read Together!

Let’s Read Together!

Tips for families to make story time fun and frequent!

• What can you do to help your child become an enthusiastic reader?
• What do you do if reading with your child turns bedtime into a battle?
• Do you wish your active child could be calmer and more focused when reading together?

JOIN US FOR THIS ONE-HOUR WEBINAR TO LEARN:

To register online: tiny.cc/Readtogether2019

To register by phone or for more information:
Call Debbie: 201-873-6473
E-mail: desposito@spanadvocacy.org
#LetsReadTogether

All Abilities Art Exhibit 2019

This special art show and reception will feature the talents of differently-abled artists, we encourage all differently-abled artists to submit artwork!

This event is free and open to the public, however a $5 donation is encouraged to support NeurAbilities and the Voorhees Arts Council.

Hosted at the newly formed Voorhees Arts Center & Gallery @ 2120 Voorhees Town Center (inside the mall)

Light refreshments will be served.

The deadline for submitting artwork is Friday, July 12th. For detailed instructions on submitting artwork, please visit: http://bit.ly/allabilities123

This event is a joint effort of:

CNNH NeuroHealth

NeurAbilities

Voorhees Arts Council

 

Event located on the first floor of Voorhees Town Center Mall near the food court.

What Does Epilepsy Have To Do With Autism?

HOSTED BY THE FAMILY RESOURCE NETWORK

Epilepsy can occur in up to 40% of individuals with Autism, and even more have abnormal electroencephalograms (EEG). With this compelling connection, parents and caregivers might be curious to know if their child with Autism has Epilepsy and what to do about it. Epilepsy can complicate the care and management of individuals with Autism, but also provides insight into the biological causes and contributions to Autism and associated problem behaviors. This Webinar will examine the relationship between Autism and Epilepsy, including its signs and symptoms, the importance of early detection, how Epilepsy can provide insight into the manifestations of Autism, treatment options, and outcomes. This presentation will provide important information for parents, caregivers and professionals working with children and adults with Autism.

This session is being presented by:
Mark Mintz, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer & Founder
CNNH NeuroHealth

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

Conference: Life in High School and Beyond

Including a workshop from our every own Hilary Murphy, PhD!

 

Parents-Educators-Professionals–Students (14+)

Life in High School and Beyond Conference

& Resource Expo

Learning Disabilities – Attention Issues – Related Disorders

33 workshops        Breakfast and Lunch

Full brochure and mail-in registration at www.LDANJ.org-Events. Credit card registration

ONLINE REGISTRATION: www.LDANJspring2019.eventbrite.com

****Early registration by May 1:  Students $25, Members $25, Non-members $50.  Questions? 732-645-2738 or info@LDANJ.org  

8:00-8:45       Registration, Breakfast, & Resource Expo Open 

8:45-10:00     Session A

         Workshop 1:  DBT Skills: Emotional and Behavioral Regulation for Students-Bobchin

          Workshop 2:  The Gap Year Advantage-Bull

          Workshop 3:  Empowering Teachers, Students and Parents Using Microsoft Office Learning Tools-Chernetz                

          Workshop 4:  Overcoming Learning Disability Barriers One Jet Pack at a Time-Diedrich

          Workshop 5:  Choosing the College Entrance Exam ACT, SAT or None-Morris

         Workshop 6:  Critical Legal Requirements of Transition Planning-Fingles  

          Workshop 7:  Preparing Students to be Work Ready-Tomasetti

          Workshop 8:  The Successful Transition from High School to College-Hebert

10:00-10:45    Networking & Resource Expo

10:45-12:00    Session B  

         Workshop 1:  Helping Our Late Bloomers Bloom: The Transition to Adulthood-Hughes

          Workshop 2:  Anxiety and Learning Disabilities-Salzman

          Workshop 3:  More Than Academics: The Other Skills Needed for Success in College-Arent

           Workshop 4:  Determining the Appropriate Placement-H. Freeman

          Workshop 5:  It’s Complicated! Understanding Learning Challenges-Glass

         Workshop 6:  10 Qualities Employers Look for in Job Candidates-Winston

         Workshop 7:  The Absent-Minded Professor: Executive Functioning, College and Common Sense-Murphy

         Workshop 8:  College Prep:  Ready, Set, Learn-Endlich

          Workshop 9:  Left My IEP/SP in High School. Now What?-Kruh

12:00- 12:45   Lunch-Awards-Networking-Resource Expo  

12:45-2:00      Session C

         Workshop 1:  Transformational Neurocognitive Skills for Life in High School and Beyond- Rudin & Kelly

          Workshop 2:  Applying to College with LD: A Top 10 List-Maxman

          Workshop 3:  LD Myths Can Impact Success in School and the Workplace-McGaw & McHale-Small

          Workshop 4:  Special Education and Transition is Not Limited to Classroom Work!-Kempski

           Workshop 5:  Navigating Disability Services in College: Strategies for Success – Morris-Wood

           Workshop 6:  Dyslexia – High School Students’ Perspectives – YES! Program Ambassadors

           Workshop 7:   Employment is a Path, Not a Detour-Reed & Phillips

          Workshop 8:   Knowing the Resources:  The Keys to a Smooth Transition-Ford

2:00-2:45        Resource Expo & Networking

2:45-4:00        Session D

         Workshop 1:   Labels Are for Soup Cans-Community Access Unlimited

          Workshop 2:   Proven Techniques to Increase Learning and Manage Attention-Elrom

          Workshop 3:   Navigating the College Maze-Meltzer

          Workshop 4:   Dyslexia Handbook-Tellier

          Workshop 5:   My Road from Struggling Student to Successful Special Education Teacher-Kramer

Workshop 6:   Colleges with Superior Supports for Students with Disabilities (LD, ADHD, ASD, etc.)-Tinkler

          Workshop 7:   Navigating the Unwritten Rules of the Workplace-Maher

           Workshop 8:   Transitioning to College & Employment with Executive Function Challenges-Feinman

****4:00  Certificates for 5 Professional Development hours distributed (NJ Provider Identification #568)

Applied Behavior Analysis: What is it and How Do We Use It?

AUTISM AWARENESS LECTURE SERIES AT THE CENTER AT CAMDEN CC…

In this presentation, Nicole Pelliciari and her team will explore the application of Applied Behavior Analysis and its benefits when used as a therapeutic approach to treatment for children with autism. Specifically, attendees will learn how ABA Therapy is used to develop skill sets, identify why behavior occurs and what common behavior supports looks like. Nicole Pelliciari, MS, BCBA has over a decade of experience in the field of behavioral health. As a BCBA, Nicole provides on-site consultation at CNNH for families, develops and oversees ABA therapy programs, and provides behavior services in various school districts assisting with program development and staff training.

Presented by Nicole Pelliciari, MS, BCBA, Director of Behavior Therapy Services at CNNH

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