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 Parent Support Groups and Events - pictured, The Felix Awards 2016

Parent Support Groups and Events - pictured, The Felix Awards 2016

Skip to your desired event:  Cocktails & Bureaucracy    |    Queens Parents    |    Coffee & Conversation    |    Powerful Parents

Cocktails and Bureaucracy is Extreme Kids & Crew's ongoing series of workshops / support groups in which panelists and parents share advocacy resources and information. Join us for an informal evening gathering at Freddy's Bar.

Wed, Apr. 25
6:30-8:00pm

 

Cocktails & Bureaucracy Raising a Self-Advocate

Amy Gravino, who herself has Autism and is a national public speaker, author, and autism consultant, will join us this month to discuss tips and strategies for building your child’s self advocacy skills. She will describe, from her own experiences, best practices for helping children to build such skills as: confidence in communicating their needs, setting clear boundaries and staying safe, and becoming a part of the decision making process for their school and social life.

Location: Freddy's Bar (back room), 627 5th Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11215



Join us for a Saturday morning parent workshop at the Ridgewood Space to discuss the services available to families with children with disabilities. These seasonal events will be led by professionals in the disability community and disabled adults, with the goal to provide a better understanding to the NYC services system, and what it means to grow up with a disability and flourish.

Sat, Apr 28
10:00am-12:00pm

 

Queens Parents Workshop Benefits & Entitlements with Gary Shulman Ms. Ed.

We will explore governmental and non-governmental support services, benefits and entitlements.


This monthly group, loosely lead by Extreme Kids & Crew’s Executive Director, is available to parents whose children are participating in KEEN New York's basketball program in Brooklyn. Head out for some much deserved respite time, or stick around nearby with fellow parents and chat. Discussion topics are meant to connect and support, or simply entertain. The group will decide the structure, or lack thereof. Coffee, lots of coffee, will be provided.

Next Event: April 8, 10:00-11:00am

Sign up for KEEN New York's Brooklyn basketball program to receive an invitation to Coffee & Conversation.


Extreme Kids & Crew is currently taking applications for Powerful Parents, a FREE six-week series for parents of kids with disabilities beginning this April.

 

Know your rights. Know your options.

This program will provide tips, tools, resources and strategies to achieve your goals for your child and family. Participants will have opportunities to learn from experts as well as each other. 

Extras:

  • Dinner will be served.
  • Childcare will be available for those who need it.
  • Transportation can be provided - just ask :)

Fill out a form by following the link button or stop by P.S. 15 room 133 to complete the application in-person. Please give us a call beforehand to make sure we’re available.

Location: P.S. 15 - 71 Sullivan Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231

Contact info: Diana Baron-Moore, Program Director
dianabaronmoore@extremekidsandcrew.org    |    347-410-6050