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We have trained several persons across the state to serve as Family Support Network (FSN) facilitators. These persons are volunteers and have committed to providing support to families in their community. Some facilitators have regularly scheduled meetings and coordinate family outings. … Continue reading
PRO-Parents has several free events going on throughout the state in the next couple of weeks. All workshops are free! If you are interested in attending, call the specified number to register. 10/24/20136:00pm-7:30pm * Transition Into Special Education – Moving … Continue reading
If your child is from the ages of 2-7 and has behavioral issues, consider trying the evidence-based “Parent-Child Interaction Therapy.” For more information on Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, go to Child Mind Institute’s website.