Teaching Your Kids How to Ask for HelpMarch 10th, 2015 at 9:00am

Join Family Matters PTIC for a webinar with Bec Oakley.

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Getting help when you need it isn't as easy as it sounds - you need to know when you need help as well as who can help you, how to find them and what to say. Many of these things can be difficult for kids, especially those with autism and other developmental disorders. Join us for this FREE webinar where we'll learn why getting help can be difficult, the steps that make up 'getting help' and how to teach these to your kids using flowcharts and other visual aids.


Presenter: Bec Oakley is a writer and disability educator who lives in Australia with her two teenage sons, both of whom have autism and other special needs. Along with the articles and resources you'll find on her award-winning blog at Snagglebox.com, she has written a series of children's storybooks to promote disability awareness for the non-profit Help A Child Grow Fund which benefits kids and young people with disabilities.


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