Parent Services Center's Fall Symposium features a panel of local professionals speaking on specific topics that relate to parenting. The symposium is offered for a minimal fee to parents, counselors, pediatricians, childcare workers, and local churches and agencies. CEU's are also provided for an additional fee.
Parent Services' 2012 annual symposium has been scheduled for Saturday, September 22, 2012, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon in the Robert R. Muntz Library, Room 401 on the UT Tyler Campus.
A panel of local professionals will present this year's topic: "Autism: There Is Hope!" Speakers and topics are: Dr. Ray Scardina: "The Medical Aspects of Autism;" Dr. Wilson Renfroe: "Autism Spectrum Overview & Diagnostic Process;" Christi Sowell, Parent: "There Is Hope: My Child's Story of Victory and Success;" and Sarah Halle, MA: "Parents and Schools: How to Develop an Effective Partnership."
Anyone who has in their care an autistic child (parents, grandparents, teachers, childcare providers and staff, and mental health professionals) will benefit from this symposium. Cost is $20 per participant. CEU credit is available for an additional $25. A total of 3 contact hours will be given.
Resource tables are also available for your agency or organization at $50 per table. Call 903-595-2235 for more information.
We are accepting registrations for the 2012 symposium NOW. Click here to download the symposium brochure / registration form.