Autism Parent Symposium


District 75’s Office of Autism is pleased to announce it will be hosting a Symposium for parents with children on the Autism Spectrum from 10am to 2pm on Saturday, October 22nd, 2016. Parents will receive critical information and resources to help them provide the best education and lifetime outcomes for their children. Session topics will address the needs of all school age students with autism spectrum disorders. Speakers will be from the school district, community and other parents of students in District 75.


Topics will include:

  • Visual supports in the home
  • Transition to the world of adult services
  • Behavior supports in the home

In addition to workshops, this symposium will include a parent panel to help answer your questions.

Bring YOUR Questions about:

  • Moving my child to Less Restrictive Settings
  • How do I know what should be in a Quality IEP
  • Steps I can take to support my child’s Transition to Adulthood

 Presented by

Jill Post, MS. Ed., Director of D75 Office of Autism


WHEN:         Saturday, October 22nd, 2016


TIME:            10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.


WHERE:       District 75 Office

                    400 First Avenue

                    New York, NY 10010


Train:            6 Train to 23rd Street, L train to 14th Street

Bus:             M23 or M15 to 23rd Street & First Avenue


  • Childcare will be provided; Light refreshments and snacks will be available,
  • Travel reimbursement will be available to those in need of assistance


         INTERPRETATION: Interpretation will be available in Spanish, all other languages must be requested two weeks prior this workshop.

To request sign language interpretation, please call 212-802-1685.


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