School Morning Strategies
(aka Getting Your Child Out the Door without a Meltdown)
Monday September 16, 2019 • 7:00-8:00pm • Free
Location: BPHT Pediatric Clinic, Bothell • Childcare will not be available at this event
Does getting your child out the door in the morning feel like an impossible task some days?
Would you like a few tools to help your mornings go smoother?
If you’re tired of having power struggles with your child before the day even starts, we invite you to join us September 16th for this Ask the Expert series presentation.
Whether your child’s biggest morning challenge is eating breakfast, brushing teeth, putting on shoes and socks, or something else in your AM routine, our presenters will provide tips and tools for:
> Helping your child to start the day on a positive note
> Maximizing success – for both you and your child – on a daily basis
> Supporting your child to feel safe, good about themselves, and ready for the day
What You’ll Learn:
Task analysis • Making a responsibility chart that works • Giving clear directions • Accepting support • and more…
If you find parenting hard, it doesn’t mean you’re doing it wrong- it means you’re showing up. An intentional approach and some helpful tools can make the start of your day go much smoother. We hope you’ll join us on September 16th.
BPHT Pediatric Clinic, 18504 Bothell Way NE, Bothell WA 98011. Free parking. Childcare is not available at this event.
To REGISTER: email email@example.com. Space is limited, so RSVP today!
Sunday September 29, 2019
Seattle Center Mural Amphitheatre
Our strength as a community is powered by love and built on the commitment of individuals like you.
Start a team, join a team, or come on your own. Walk or fundraise to enhance the lives of people with autism.
Bothell Pediatric & Hand Therapy is once again sponsoring the Autism Speaks Walk in Seattle.
Stop by our vendor booth to pick up a prize! We’ll see you there 🙂
Wednesday October 23, 2019
Stroum Jewish Community Center ▪ Mercer Island
Join us for Parent Map’s fall Every Child Summit, supporting families with neurodiverse learners. BPHT is a proud sponsor of this event.
The fall Summit features an exclusive lecture by with neurodiverse community advocate and published author Jonathan Mooney. In his talk, Mooney will explore the toll that being “not normal” takes on kids and adults when they’re trapped in environments that label them, shame them and tell them, in subtle and not so subtle ways, that they are the problem. Ultimately, Mooney argues, if we can reorient the ways in which we think about diversity, abilities and disabilities, we can start a revolution.
Get the resources you need to help your exceptional child thrive!
This event is FREE, however pre-registration is required. Learn more and register >>