Social Skills, Kinetic Learning, Jobs and Transitioning from Autistic Teen to Adulthood:
An Evening with Dr. Temple Grandin and Rupert Isaacson of the Horse Boy Foundation
Many parents of autistic children worry about the transition to adulthood. What will happen? How independent will my child learn to be?
It all starts in childhood. Dr. Grandin and Rupert Isaacson explore how to prepare the child for the adult, working world through starting social skills and academics through movement and following the child's interests.
Dr. Grandin will offer her insights into how the autistic brain learns most effectively and Isaacson of the Horse Boy Foundation outlines effective methods that can be done anywhere, anytime, to prepare the brain for learning and then implement basic to advanced academics and transition into the workplace.
Dr. Grandin and Mr. Isaacson will field questions, sign books and give concrete information on next steps for families to take.
Join us for an exciting evening exploring the gifts and possibilities of autism.
7:30 pm, Friday, March 4 2016
Cypress United Methodist Church
13403 Cypress North Houston
Cypress, TX 77429