NSPN Event: Meeting On Social Ground

April 16, 2011

Meeting on Social Ground: Preparing our Kids and Others – Wednesday, May 11th

 

The North Shore Parent Network and the school districts of the North Shore invite you to an evening of

information and networking

 

Who: Parents, educators and professionals with interest in the special educational needs of students in the early

 

childhood, elementary, middle and high schools of the North Shore

 

What: A panel discussion exploring ways to optimize social opportunities by increasing options and exposure, social strategies our kids can employ, as well as how we help others meet our kids part way. The panel will include the perspectives of Rhonda J. Greenhaw – lead therapist, Easter Seals Autism

Program; Elsa Diaz-Bautista - parent/activist/Girl Scout leader; Patti Ellsworth – Bayside Middle

School Special Education teacher; and Tim Kabara - clinic director and social programming

designer at Maplegrove Treatment Center.

 

Where: St. Francis Children’s Center, 6700 N. Port Washington Road, Milwaukee

 

When: Wednesday May 11, from 6:20pm to 8:30pm

 

RSVP: To Terri Hart-Ellis at hartellis@sbcglobal.net by Monday, May 9th. If you are not already on the email distribution list, you will be added at that time. For questions, call Terri at 414/217-8999. Your

RSVP is encouraged to ensure we have adequate seating and copies. If you forgot to RSVP, don’t

let that stop you from attending!

 

This will be our final evening event of the school year. NSPN list members will receive an electronic survey in the coming weeks. Please complete this to helps us plan programs that align with your priorities next year!

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