San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Do you want your child to make friends?
You and your child are invited to
S.E.E. How to Play and Dine
Joe's University behind restaurant tour
Practice Ordering & Dining Out Skills
Meet and play with friends with support
(Parent Information and resources while your child plays with trained supervision)
Tools for the future with ABA
Jacqueline Galvani, M. Ed., BCAT, BCBA
Houston Director of
CARD Center for Austim Related Disorders
FIND YOUR VOICE AGAIN
How to become your best advocate long-term
Hesma Stephens, Founder of SEE Project
Speaker Trainer Consultant
Desert & Farewells
There will be a special gluten-free menu available grilled food and seperately cooked fries.
This is FREE admission only event with lots of give aways!
The cost of you and your childs food is at your own expense.
What to bring: Kids should be dress to play, Older children are encourage to have with purse or wallet
Seats ARE LIMITED!!!! Please RSVP today!
Vendors inquires send email for boothe space
Case managers please contact for large groups or for your own event at the SEE PROJECT via email
Great for ages 7 and up!
Sponsors & Partners
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When & Where
Social Enhancement Exchange (S.E.E. Project) is a non profit founded in 2007 to promote individuals with disabilities to socialize. Educating the community on disabilities care and resources.
Our events include featured vendors that benefit individuals with disabilities. The progams fall under S.E.E. How to Play for all ages. Supoorted by Houston CPR & Safety, Autism Recovery Coaliations and various community outreach groups and corporations.
We welcome you to join us online. Spread the word and give feedback of what you might like to see at the next event. This is a team effort.