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Parent/Caregiver Support
and Training

PCIT for Autism

World Health Organization - eLearning Caregiver Skills Training

Tilt Parenting


Find Your Local School District

Disability Laws/Rights

Americans with Disabilities Act Guide




Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund



CA Regional Centers

Parents Helping Parents


Support for Families


Beaming Health


Stanford Early Support Program for Autism (ESPA)


MIND Institute

Disability Rights California



Location: Online via Zoom
Cost: $60 per session for a six-week series
Scholarships may be available
Day/Time: Thursdays 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. PST (Except July 4)
Start Date:  June 13, 2024 

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Back from School

Group Topics

Session 1:

Navigating grief as a parent of a neurodivergent child & embracing the child you have

  • Adjusting to a new diagnosis

  • Feelings around diagnosis

  • Working towards acceptance

Session 3:

Anxiety and fear about the future and feelings of isolation

  • Allowing the situation to be what it is, instead of what you think it should be

  • Accepting the unknown

  • Learn to enjoy the present, without anxious dependence upon the future

Session 5:
Strategies for managing emotional dysregulation within you and your child

  • Identify triggers

  • Develop emotional awareness 

  • Practice mindfulness

  • Teach coping strategies

  • Emotion regulation

  • Use visual aids

  • Practice patience ​

Session 2:

Advocating for your child within the school system, and with teachers, doctors, and more

  • Know your child’s rights

  • Build positive relationship

  • Communicate effectively

  • Stay informed

  • Be prepared

  • Stay persistent

Session 4:

Coping with the social challenges that your child faces

  • Identify challenges/social interaction

  • Finding people your child can lean on for support

  • Communicate effectively

  • Emotions, social skills, and coping skills

Session 6:
Parent-burnout prevention and recovery and building your support team and community

  • What does self-care look like to you?

  • Finding your people

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