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Kids Like Me After School Enrichment Programs

Sherman Oaks, CA - United StatesSep-25-201704:00 pm

The Help Group’s Kids Like Me after-school enrichment program offers a number of classes for children and teens with autism and other special needs in Sherman Oaks and Culver City. These programs, which begin the week of September 25th and run for a total of 8 weeks, are designed to promote fun and engaging activities under the careful supervision of highly-trained professionals. Each class is adapted to fit the unique needs of the participants and encourages creativity, active participation and the development of important social skills. The classes, most of which run from 4 to 5:15pm, provide each child with the opportunity to build lasting friendships and promote positive interaction with peers. For more information, contact Nicole Webb at 818-778-7136 or nwebb@thehelpgroup.org. ( Sherman Oaks) OR contact Tracy Peters at 310-751-1486 or tpeters@thehelpgroup.org. (Culver City)

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The Autism Spectrum Disorder: Latest Research & Treatment

Washington DC, DC - United StatesSep-27-201706:30 pm

A conference & discussion by renowned neuroscientists: Dr. Luigi Mazzone Dr.Kevin Pelphrey Dr. Chandan Vaidya

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Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity

Honolulu, HI - United StatesOct-09-201707:00 am

The 33nd Annual Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity will be held on October 9-11, 2017 at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort & the Modern Honolulu. The Call for Proposals is NOW OPEN, so be sure to submit your ideas early! For more information, please visit www.pacrim.hawaii.edu, or feel free to e-mail prinfo@hawaii.edu, or call 1-808-956-7539.

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STEM3 Academy's Very Special Innovation Fair

Valley Glen, CA - United StatesNov-04-201710:00 am

STEM3 Academy's Very Special Innovation Fair, under the umbrella of The Help Group, is a free, family-friendly showcase of discovery and imagination that is equal parts science fair, high-tech exhibition, art show, and community carnival. Put on by the nation’s first STEM school for students with ASD or social and learning differences, the event aims to inspire discovery through hands-on learning experiences.

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