Dear Community,

As the 2014-15 School year comes to a close, we want to congratulate our teachers, students and families for their successful completion! It is our sincere hope that you enjoy the opportunity to spend some time together this summer. As always, if your child’s school placement information changes, please let us know so that we can better serve you in the coming months. We work diligently to make sure that our consultants are available to our client’s schools for support year round.

The 2015 Autism Summer Institute is just around the corner. The dates are June 8, 9, & 10, 2015. This year we are pleased to provide training on brain plasticity and development, evidenced based approaches to improving IEP outcomes, understanding and providing supports for self-regulation, and learning how to build partnerships using innovative technologies as a bridge for researched-based practices for toddlers with Autism and Communication Disorders. This is a power packed three days of learning! It is not too late to register!

Additionally, we have a number of CARD sponsored events coming up in June. The PEERS Training for Professionals, the Parent Empowerment series and the Parent Stress Intervention Program (which is now full, but we hope to offer more opportunities soon!)

Save the Date for the brand new Northwest Florida Summer Autism Institute presented by: FSU CARD in conjunction with Santa Rosa County School District, Escambia County School District and Autism Pensacola on August 3-5. Registration information coming soon.

We would also like to remind all parents of young CARD clients that documentation of diagnosis of ASD should be provided to us by age six.  If your child is nearing age six or has recently turned six, please send documentation of your child’s diagnosis.  This may include a formal assessment report or the cover page of your child’s IEP.

We look forward to seeing you in the coming months.

Best,

Lindee Morgan, PhD
Director of CARD


CARD Training Information

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2015 Training Institute on Autism

June 8-10th, 2015
Registration ENDS Wednesday, June 3rd!

Download the brochure | Register Online

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Parent Stress Intervention Program* –

Wednesdays, June 17th-July 22nd (6 sessions)

(*CLASS IS FULL)

The Parent Stress Intervention Program was created to help parents of children with disabilities manage stress. The program incorporates evidence-based interventions from the field of positive psychology. Learn More >>.

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ARCHIVED NEWSLETTERS

PEERS Training for Professionals flyer

PEERS Training for Professionals
June 11, 2015 from 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

A one-day training on the PEERS Treatment intervention presented by the Tallahassee CARD office. To register, please contact Tammy Dasher at tammy.dasher@med.fsu.edu.
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Parent Empowerment Training

Parent Empowerment Series
June 17-July 22, 2015 from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

For registration and more information Learn More >>

NW Florida Summer Autism Institute SAVE THE DATE
Northwest Florida Summer Autism Institute presented by: FSU CARD in conjunction with Santa Rosa County, Escambia County, and Autism Pensacola
August 3-5, 2015 from 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM (CST)

For more information Learn More >>

Community Training Information

FSU College of Education is offering:

FSU School of Communication Science & Disorders Presents:

Summer 2015 School Age Playgroup to promote social communication & social interaction skills with parent education/training included. Learn More >>

University Of Miami, Department of Psychology Research Study:

Do you have a child with autism? Would you and our partner be willing to participate in a research study? Learn More >>

Madison County School Board:

Offering Free Developmental Screening Opportunities for children ages 3 years to 4 years 6 months. Learn More >>

Camp Ramah Darom Presents:

Tikvah at Ramah Darom — a first of its kind in the Southeast, this engaging four-week Jewish summer experience is designed for teen campers diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
Learn More >>

Sensorimotor & Social Communication Skills:

Using a neuro-physiological approach, the “PLAYBIG Method” of big movement, sensation, emotion, & affect engages children in social play and learning; unlocking their individual potential for connecting with others. Register now – Limited spots Learn More >>