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In recognition of Autism Awareness Month
Genesis Autism Resource Center and The Arc of Northeast Tarrant County Present:
"Stand up to Bullying"
Join us for an educational and inspirational session with:
The City of Irving - Gerald Farris, Mayor Pro Tem
Mr. Farris is the chairman to the Planning and Development Committee and a member of the Audit and Finance Committee. Mr. Farris serves as the council liaison to the North Central Texas Council of Government and the North Texas Commission. He is also the alternate council liaison to the Board of Health, the Parks and Recreation Board, the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Youth Council, DCURD, and National League of Cities.
The Irving Police Department
Dr. Manita Fadele
Lynn Parsons - Author of (dis)-Abilities and the Gospel : How to Bring People with Special Needs Closer to Christ
About the Presenter:
Lynn Parsons is a wife, mother, grandmother, educational diagnostician, and writer. She entered the field of special education because two of her four children had special needs.
Lynn received her Bachelor of Independent Studies from BYU, where her thesis was titled "Non-Drug Treatments for Attention Deficit Disorder." Lynn then became certified as a special education teacher, primarily working with students with Autism. Her classes and teaching methods were featured in "District Administration Magazine", "Edutopia", and several web sites on disabilities. After six years of classroom experience, Lynn currently works as an Educational Diagnostician.
Lynn earned a master's degree in Education and Technology from Walden University. Her collaborative research project, "Using Video to Teach Social Skills to Secondary Students with Autism" was also published by the Council for Exceptional Children. She is currently a doctoral candidate at Northcentral University.
Lynn's experience as a speaker and presenter includes teacher in-services, presentations on using technology for students with special needs, and community presentations on disability awareness. She was also a community columnist for the "Fort Worth Star-Telegram."
*Signed copies of Mrs. Parson's book, (dis)-Abilities and the Gospel, will be available for purchase.
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When & Where
Genesis Autism Resource
Supporting the challenges of living with loved ones with an Autism Spectrum diagnosis. We do this through education, marriage counseling, advocacy, as they navigate their way through a complex challenges associated with the journey of Autism from diagnosis and early intervention. Genesis Autism Resource Center is a non-profit organization whose vision is to restore lives and families affected with Autism through education and empowerment. Genesis Resources is a gateway to information in treatments, therapies,advocacy, and support services for families. Genesis Autism Resource will support and encourage family focused education, counseling and advocacy. Our goal is to reach out to every individual especially those with lower socio economic means and underserved areas.