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Tyler, who happens to be living with autism, captured me the first moment I met him.

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God Watched Over Him

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This is a post by Tessie Hooker, the grandmother of a six-year-old boy with autism. 

My 6-year-old grandson has to be watched constantly. He has a…

Your Dollars @ Work: Helping Adults on the Path to Successful Careers!

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A 2012 Family Services Community Grant to the YMCA of Greater Kansas City funded the Y’s efforts to help impact employment outcomes for youth with a…

The Day I Knew Everything Would Be OK

A father describes finding peace with his son's condition.

Mike Wuebben is the Chief of Digital Strategy for Autism Speaks and has written about raising a special needs child on this site in the past.

Shortly after my son Willem was born it was clear he would face a lifetime …

VIDEO: Siblings Speak at their School for their Brother with Autism

A heartwarming story on how two siblings spoke out on their school's intercoms to advocate for their brother who has autism.

This guest post is from Maylene Klien on her very special family from Pearl River, New York. 

For World Autism Awareness Day on April 2nd, two of m…

REVERE SEPAC


 

         Relationships and Sexuality Training

 

Come to a Parent Training and learn new methods and ways to talk with your child, teen or young adult about relationship and sexuality issues.

Topics to:

  • Relationships
  • Identification and Expression of Feelings
  • Enhancing Self Esteem and Social Skills
  • Personal Boundaries and Body be discussed Rights
  • Body Parts and Changes
  • Sexual Development and Education
  • Touching: Appropriate and Inappropriate
  • Personal Safety Skills around Relationships

 

A list of resources and suggestions that you can implement immediately will be given. There will be plenty of time for questions too. 

 

This training is a collaboration between EMARC and the Revere SEPAC.  Nicole Murphy LCSW and Paula Thompson LICSW of Emarc have been running groups for teens and adults with a diagnosis of developmental disabilities regarding relationship and sexuality issues for five years. They have also provided trainings to parents and professionals throughout Northeast Massachusetts.

WHO:  Parents and professionals who are looking to gain strategies to talk with their child/individuals about relationship and sexuality issues.

WHEN:  May 21st  6:00-6:15 Revere SEPAC updates 6:15pm-7:45pm

WHERE: Revere Recreation Center

150 Beach Street, Revere, MA
If you have any questions or concerns we can both be reached at 781-587-2316 or pthompson@theemarc.org

 

This Training is being provided to you by the Revere SEPAC.

dmawoodman@aol.com or heidichait@yahoo.com  

Childcare provided

 

Contact Person: heidichait@yahoo.com or dmawoodman@aol.com

Child Care provided
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Greater Boston Walk for Autism

Team:  Revere SEPAC

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Photo: It was an AMAZING weekend at Stop & Shop @ Suffolk Downs fundraising! We send our gratitude to our volunteers, patrons and of course Stop & Shop! We met so many people that shared a story about being touched by Autism! We are so excited that a week from today to participate in the Greater Boston Walk for Autism! ❤️ 

It was an AMAZING weekend at Stop & Shop @ Suffolk Downs fundraising! We send our gratitude to our volunteers, patrons and of course Stop & Shop! We met so many people that shared a story about being touched by Autism! We are so excited that a week from today to participate in the Greater Boston Walk for Autism!

 

 


 

 

 


 


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