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THURSDAY April 1st, 2010 7:30-9:00am
Canucks Autism Network World Autism Awareness Day Rally
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The Canucks Autism Network is excited to announce our World Autism Awareness Day Rally on Thursday, April 1st at the North Plaza of the Vancouver Art Gallery. The event will go from 7:30am-9:00am and will include a number of guest speakers, including the Honourable Larry Campbell, a live performance by Bodhi Jones, snacks and refreshments, and, of course, a walk to promote autism awareness through the streets of downtown Vancouver. Please help us in our efforts to build autism awareness in our community and support families living with autism throughout the province. We hope to see you there!
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FRIDAY APRIL 9, 2010 - VANCOUVER
Estate Planning for Families Who Have Children with Special Needs in B.C. Presented by: Blair P. Dwyer, Dwyer Tax Laywers The purpose of this presentation is to provide important information for parents of children with special needs on how best to plan for their child's future. This presentation will cover both how to maximize the child's future financial security and how to protect that security once the parent is no longer able to do so. | View Details >
SATURDAY April 17, 2010 11:00am-1:00am
AUTISM AWARENESS FAMILY FUN DAY
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Monarch House Autism Centre 3185 Willingdon Green Burnaby, BC V5G4P3 Canada
Come and join us for an afternoon of family fun! Free face painters, clowns, hot dogs, drinks and snacks, bouncy castles, autism information and much more!
MONDAY April 19, 2010 6:30-8:30
Celebrating Autism Awareness Month Free Seminar
We will be celebrating Autism Awareness Month with a free seminar. SENSORY DIET: WHAT IS IT AND HOW DOES IT BENEFIT MY CHILD Mary-Lynn Mahoney, OT The theory and history behind sensory diets. Strategies to identify activities that might be included in your child's "diet" will be provided. Learn about what your child's Sensory Diet could look like! ABA: MAKING IT RELEVANT IN EVERYDAY LIFE Chelsea Ganam, MA The importance of generalization in ABA programs to home, school, and community settings. Defining terms and identifying strategies for successful generalization. Examples discussed will include IEP meetings, community lessons and daily life.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY APRIL 22 - 24, 2010 – VANCOUVER