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Orion School Parent Education Series
The Orion School presents this Parent Education Series which is free and open to the community. The series offers parents a chance to connect and learn from experienced professionals who will present on topics related to children with neurobehavioral conditions.
Refreshments will be provided and reservations are suggested.
September 18: Using the Alert Program at Home presented by Megan Bartlett, OTR/L
October 23: Technology as a Tool in School presented by Jennifer Liang, M.Ed
November 27: The Importance of Play presented by Matthew Weneta, M.Ed
January 22: Strategies to Help Parents of Complex Children Manage Stress presented by Margo Geller, LCSW
February 26: Family Systems and Stress – Breaking the Pattern presented by Laura Patrice, LPC
March 19: The Nutrition and Learning Connection
April 23: Tips for Handling Challenging Behaviors for Tweens and Teens presented by Lanie Cox, M.Ed
May 14: Educating the Whole Child presented by Michael Largin, MA
More About The Orion School
The Orion School is a non-profit private school serving children ages 5-13. It specializes in educating children with difficulties related to anxiety, ADHD, Asperger's and other related conditions. It offers a full program covering all academic subject matters and physical activities, including various sports, art and music, and provides a teacher to student ratio of 1:4. It also offers occupational and speech therapy. A summer day camp, after-school programs, a free parent educational support series and free recreational soccer Saturdays are available as well. Please visit the website for information on eligibility and how to apply.