Developmental Disabilities Calendar

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  • Support Group for Caregivers with High Support Needs Individuals

    Support Group for Caregivers with High Support Needs Individuals

    6:00 pm-7:15 pm
    2022-01-11
    This support group, hosted by the Autism Society of Greater New Orleans, is a place for caregivers to share experiences, get information and advice, make community connections, and research opportunities for services and provision for their children. The group is also a safe place for caregivers to have fun and talk about all of the ups and downs of parenting as well as the big and small issues. For more information and to register: www.asgno.org/virtualprograms.
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  • Virtual Young Adult Social Group

    Virtual Young Adult Social Group

    6:00 pm-7:15 pm
    2022-01-13
    Hosted by the Autism Society of Greater New Orleans, this group is designed to give young adults (ages 18+) an opportunity to interact with peers, play games, practice social skills, build friendships, and have fun! For more information and to register: www.asgno.org/virtualprograms.
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  • Grupo de Apoyo Para Cuidadores de Habla Hispana

    Grupo de Apoyo Para Cuidadores de Habla Hispana

    6:00 pm-7:15 pm
    2022-01-18
    ¡Gracias a las subvenciones de la Fundación Tres Doux y la Fundación Hussman, la Sociedad de Autismo de Greater New Orleans ofrecerá programación virtual a lo largo de 2021! ¡Cada uno de nuestros grupos sociales y de apoyo será dirigido por terapeutas capacitados, trabajadores sociales y / o educadores con experiencia en albergar grupos de apoyo y trabajar con la comunidad de necesidades especiales!
    Para muchos cuidadores de personas con grandes necesidades de apoyo en el espectro autismo, la vida puede parecer muy diferente de las experiencias de otras familias. Puede parecer imposible esperar que otras personas comprendan sus experiencias. Este grupo de apoyo es un lugar para que los cuidadores compartan experiencias, obtengan información, consejos y establezcan conexiones con la comunidad. El grupo también es un lugar seguro para que los cuidadores se diviertan y hablen sobre todos los altibajos de la crianza de los hijos, así como sobre los problemas grandes y pequeños.
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  • Virtual Pre-Teen Social Group

    Virtual Pre-Teen Social Group

    6:00 pm-7:15 pm
    2022-01-20
    Hosted by the Autism Society of Greater New Orlean, this group is designed to give pre-teens (ages 9-12 years old) an opportunity to interact with peers, play games, practice social skills, build friendships, and have fun! For more information and to register: www.asgno.org/virtualprograms.
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  • Virtual Support Group for Siblings

    Virtual Support Group for Siblings

    6:00 pm-7:15 pm
    2022-01-24
    Hosted by the Autism Society of Greater New Orleans , this group will offer a safe space for siblings ages 10+ to talk about the ups and downs of having a brother or sister with autism. They will meet other siblings who share many of the same challenges and responsibilities as they do. Our Sibling Support Group will not only validate their feelings and provide a sense of comfort in knowing they are not alone, but will also offer practical and age-appropriate guidance on how to address some of the difficulties they are likely to experience. For more information and to register: www.ASGNO.org/VirtualPrograms.
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  • Developmental Disabilities Regional Advisory Committee Meeting

    Developmental Disabilities Regional Advisory Committee Meeting

    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    2022-01-25

    No additional detail for this event.

  • Support Group for Caregivers of Low Support Needs Individuals

    Support Group for Caregivers of Low Support Needs Individuals

    6:00 pm-7:15 pm
    2022-01-25
    This support group, hosted by the Autism Society of Greater New Orleans, is a place for caregivers to share experiences, get information and advice, make community connections, and research opportunities for services and provision for their children. The group is also a safe place for caregivers to have fun and talk about all of the ups and downs of parenting as well as the big and small issues. For more information and to register: www.ASGNO.org/VirtualPrograms.
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  • Teens & Adults’ Sensory Friendly Mardi Gras Celebration

    Teens & Adults’ Sensory Friendly Mardi Gras Celebration

    11:00 am-1:00 pm
    2022-01-26
    751 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA, 70116

    Teen and adults with autism and developmental disabilities and their families are invited to the Louisiana State Museum to celebrate carnival in style! On Saturday, February 5, 2022, 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m., trained educators and volunteers will help lead drop-in art activities and exploration of the new exhibition Rex: The 150th Anniversary of the School of Design. Participants will also hear carnival music from a brass band learn more about the instruments they use. Come create, dance, sing, and celebrate together. This program is free for the whole family, but registration is required. Please register here: https://forms.gle/YvLZKet7PHHGWVAGA

    This program is offered in partnership with the Friends of the Cabildo and made possible with support from the City of New Orleans Mayor’s Office of Cultural Economy. For more information about this program, please contact Manager of Education, Sara Lowenburg, at slowenburg@crt.la.gov or (504) 568-6980.

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  • Virtual Young Adult Social Group

    Virtual Young Adult Social Group

    6:00 pm-7:15 pm
    2022-01-27
    Hosted by the Autism Society of Greater New Orleans, this group is designed to give young adults (ages 18+) an opportunity to interact with peers, play games, practice social skills, build friendships, and have fun! For more information and to register: www.asgno.org/virtualprograms.
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  • Healthy Relationships Webinar

    Healthy Relationships Webinar

    1:00 pm-2:00 pm
    2022-01-28
    Relationships are difficult and sometimes hard to figure out. Healthy relationships are different than unhealthy relationships. Many people with developmental and intellectual disabilities struggle to figure out friendships, dating, romance, breakups, texting and online safety, and public and private behavior.
    Attend Northshore Families Helping Families‘ webinar to explore some of the important things about healthy relationships.
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