When: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 10 AM – Noon
Where: SOUVIA, 15414 7th Street
Cost:Â Â Â Â Â NO FEE
On Saturday, October 2nd, Gayle Nobel will lead a discussion on how to liveÂ well with autism, share her personal experience, answer questions and introduce important tools for thriving on the lifelong journey of living with autism and other life challenges.
Gayle has a connection to autism through her 50 year old brother and 26 year old son who is deeply affected by autism. She has a BA in special education, elementary education and taught special education in the public school system. She also home-schooled her son, Kyle, for 11 years. She is an inspirational speaker, parent mentor and author of two books: Breathe- 52 Oxygen-Rich Tools for Loving and Living Well with Autism (2010) andÂ It’s All About Attitude: Loving and Living Well with Autism (2006).
During the 2 hour discussion, Gayle will share how she has used the tools described in her books in her own life and how they have helped in living with her son.
Participants will also have the opportunity to practice three of these tools during the session and discover their potential immediate beneficial effects. Gayle will provideÂ specific, practical support that will help parents of children with autism thrive versus merely survive life’s challenges. She will anser questions and encourage a discussion of attitude and the impact it has in all situations.
Don’t miss this great complimentary educational session on Saturday, Ocober 2nd!