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POSTPONED: Why Won't My Child Look at me? Recognizing Characteristics of Autism and What to do Next

Why Won't My Child Look At Me? Recognizing Characteristics of Autism, And What to do Next. 

Children develop skills at different rates.  Some children may take a little longer to develop communication skills or social skills.  Are you becoming concerned because your child does not seem to be keeping up with his peers socially or is unable to communicate as well?  Autism Spectrum Disorder occurs in 1:59 individuals.  It is a neurobiological disorder that impacts a child before their 3rd birthday.  Learn the characteristics of autism in a toddler or child, how to obtain an evaluation, and what to do if your child does receive a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.   Children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder can become successful adults.  Early intervention is key.  There are many effective treatments for individuals with autism that are successful in gaining skills. 

Featuring Frankie Groce, MS, LLP, Director of Autism Services, Judson Center, Inc. 

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Wednesday, April 29, 2020, 7:00 PM
Grosse Pointe Public Library Central Branch
10 Kercheval Avenue
Grosse Pointe Farms, MI  48236
Additional Info:
Paige Domzalski
313-447-1375 (p)
Family Center Event
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