Training for Spanish-speaking parents with autistic children to be available
Spanish-speaking parents with autistic children are invited to attend a seven-week parent training program this fall.
The free program was developed by the University of Houston-Clear Lake Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities after receiving a grant from Autism Speaks.
Parents will learn how to work with children on basic self-care, academic and communication skills. Participants also will receive instruction on how to improve English skills.
During the program, parents meet with a trainer and translator twice a week at the UHCL campus for group meetings and individual training sessions. Each session lasts between one and two hours.
Applications must be submitted by July 31 for the fall training or by Dec. 31 for the spring training.
For more information, email email@example.com or call 281-283-3452.
University of Houston-Clear Lake is at 2700 Bay Area Blvd., Houston.
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