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Positive Parenting for Challenging Behaviors

Positive Parenting for Challenging Behaviors



805 SE 122nd Ave., Portland
 

  

Let's Connect" - a series of parent/professional trainings hosted by United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon & SW Washington, is proud to announce:

 

"I've Tried Everything, Now What?"

Positive Parenting for Challenging Behaviors 

 Enhancing the lives of children with developmental disabilities and challenging issues

 

Presenter: Stephanie Hunter, OTAC

Date: Thursday, April 4, 2013 - Time: 5:30pm to 7:45pm

Location: Midland Library, 805 SE 122nd Ave., Portland

 

This training will provide participants with information about behavior, communication and effective simple proactive strategies that can help to decrease challenging behavior and increase independence. 

 

Stephanie Hunter is a behavior specialist for OTAC and brings over 12 years of experience in residential, vocational, foster/proctor care, and family home settings.  Stephanie specializes in creating person-centered alternative communication systems conducting functional assessment, behavior support plan development, and implementing supports that are family-centered.  She is a 2008 graduate of Oregon Partners in Policymaking, a subcommittee member of the governor's autism commission focusing on services for children, an active special education advocate, and a parent of a child with autism.

 

THIS IS A FREE TRAINING!

 Click here for flyer

 

Please RSVP if you plan to attend, as attendance and childcare space are both limited.

RSVP to: Susan Cushman, scushman@ucpaorwa.org

or 503-467-0332

 

This training is being offered by:  United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon and SW Washington and Oregon Technical Assistance Corporation (OTAC).  The content of this training is based on the principles and values of Positive Behavior Support (PBS).

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