April 2, 2024 all-day

Addiction and Our Children - Focusing on Support for Families in MassachusettsBrookline, MA, April 2nd, 2024, with the Brookline Public Library. This presentation will explore social skills challenges faced by neurodiverse teens and young adults, examining their potential impact on personal, educational, and professional aspects of their lives.
* Through a comprehensive overview, including insights into the Boston PEERS® curriculum, this presentation will provide valuable strategies to address these challenges, offering practical solutions for supporting neurodiverse individuals in navigating social interactions.
* About the speaker: A speech-language pathologist with over 25 years of clinical experience, Dr. Chu has specialized in the evaluation and treatment of a variety of communication challenges, from Early Intervention through geriatrics. The focus of her clinical research has been in the area of social communication skills in adolescents and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Registration is required to www.brooklinelibrary.org/events/event/social-skills-challenges-of-neurodiverse-teens-and-young-adults/ or contact (617) 730-2370 or help@brklib.com

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