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Apr
10

Peer 2 Peer Group

10am–12pm

For clients with special needs over the age of 18 years. Must be able to be in community and be independent with personal care. [in English]

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April 10 - Celebrate Sibling Day with Elizabeth Espinosa

10am–12pm

The California Sibling Leadership Network invites you to join them on Saturday, April 10 at 10 a.m. for a special celeb guest speaker - Elizabeth Espinosa, Emmy award-winning journalist, radio host and proud sibling to Christian. She will be talking about balancing a high-profile career with advocacy for disabiliy rights.

CaliforniaSibs meetups are for the siblings of people with disabilities. They rotate between casual support group-style discussions and special guest speakers.

This event is intended for adult siblings of individuals with disabilities. RSVP at https://www.meetup.com/CaliforniaSibs/events/276033144/.

E-mail info@californiasibs.org if you have any questions.

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¡Es hora de ir al baño! Serie de juegos

11am–12pm

Special Workshops

Esta serie de tres semanas ofrece una forma divertida de presentar el concepto de entrenamiento para ir al baño. Los niños aprenderán los signos del tiempo para ir al baño, cantarán canciones, escucharán historias sobre cómo usar el baño, y un taller para padres para proporcionarles técnicas. La serie comienza el 3 de abril de 2021.

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It’s Potty Time! Play Series

11am–12pm

Special Workshops

This three-week series provides a fun way to introduce the potty training concept. Children will learn potty time signs, sing songs, hear stories about using the potty, and a parent workshop to provide parents with techniques. The series starts on Apil 3, 2021.

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Sibling Saturday

12:30pm

Recreational support group for sibilings ages 5 to 12 of individuals with developmental disabilities. [in English]

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Autism Spectrum Friendships, Relationships and Resilience

2pm–3:30pm

Special Workshops

Eight session virtual series Presented by Foothill Autism Alliance starting Saturday, February 27.

Friendships are the foundation of relationships. Close personal friends will stick up for each other in front of others, answer questions honestly (in a kind way), help each other when there is a need, and enjoy spending time together. Friends are an outlet that can prevent feeling lonely and depressed.This workshop series will focus on skills and strategies to forming friendships and developing relationships. Following each session for our adults on the spectrum is a session for their parents and caregivers, who will learn how to practice and support the process of building friendships and romantic relationships.

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