GuyTalk@AlternativeChoices is a free community service hosted by psychologist, author, and parent Robert Naseef. The group is open to fathers of children with spoecial needs and male service providers. We will hangout informally and share food while we talk about the struggles and triumphs of fathers. We will support fathers and families from the newly diagnosed to adulthood as we offer advice and perspective to each other about how to survive and thrive.
New! The THIRDWednesday of every month we will be hosting a game night for kids ages 10-16. The evening will include regular and GLUTEN FREE pizza, water, juice, and of course, GAMES ! Staff therapist Kelly Peters, MA has a closet full of fun board games for all interests and abilities she is excited to share! The night will run from 6:30-8 and costs $20 to attend. Email Kelly (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions and to RSVP.
We look forward to seeing you there!
P.S> if your attendee has any other dietary restrictions please let us know
"Let's Wine!" is our monthly parent group and wine tasting. We hope to offer support to all parents, in addition to having a place to express frustrations and difficulties. Join us for what we hope to be a fun and cathartic night out. Non- alcoholic options also available. $10/family. RSVP to email@example.com
Join us in the fall as we continue our Dining for Women at Alternative Choices chapter. This event will merge the global action mission of empowering women that is the focus of Dining For Women with Alternative Choices' mission to empower individuals.
Dining for women asks members to gather together and donate the money that would have been spent on an evening out, towards a charity which supports women's causes around the world. We will discuss the impact of the charity of the month globally and explore how the charity addresses issues we experience at a personal level. All we ask is that you bring a donation for the charity and an interest to explore meaningful topics!
For more information or to RSVP please contact Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Join as Kelly Peters, Ma discusses strategies and tips to develop play skills in children on the spectrum. This presentation is apart of Elwyn's Philadelphia Autism Network. The event is FREE and open to the public. Childcare is available for all trainings!
A special Guy Talk event will be streaming live from www.autismbrainstorm.org. The topic for the evening will be talking to your child about their diagnosis. The featured contributor contributor will be Dr. Stephen Shore, professor of special education and internationally known self-advocate. The discussion will be recorded and archived on YouTube and be available to families going forward after January 11.
Dr. Naseef will be presenting to GRASP, (The Global and Regional Asperger Syndrome Partnership, (www.grasp.org) on Saturday, January 11 from 2-4, at the Easttown Library in Berwyn, PA. The Library is located at 720 First Ave, Berwyn, PA,19312. The presentation is entitled "Who Diagnosed You Normal" Accepting Life on the Spectrum Day by Day
GuyTalk@AlternativeChoices is a free community service hosted by psychologist, author, and parent Robert Naseef. The group is open to fathers and male service providers. We will hangout informally and share food while we talk about the struggles and triumphs of fathers. We will support fathers and families from the newly diagnosed to adulthood as we offer advice and perspective to each other about how to survive and thrive.
Chips, Dips and Parenting Tips is an ongoing monthly meeting open to any parents or caregivers with children with special needs. The group meets the first Wednesday of every month. Email email@example.com to RSVP or for more information on this group. $10/family
Wednesday December 4th- 6:30 pm at the offices of Alternative Choices at 319 Vine Street.