BROOKLYN, N.Y., April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The Brooklyn Autism Center (BAC) is a not-for-profit, 501(c3) school serving children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The program was founded by parents, educators and community activists who are determined to provide high quality, effective educational services for children on the Autism Spectrum.
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BAC offers outreach resources for parents to gain valuable skills and tools to help answer questions on how to effectively handle issues specific to children on the Autism Spectrum. Outreach Programs include, free lecture series, a resource library, one on one counseling, video modeling support, peer socialization group and art classes for children on the spectrum and their siblings.
Calendar of events:
Free Lecture Series:
May 27th -- Sleep Interventions
This lecture will focus on the challenges of getting children with autism to sleep through the night.
June 17th -- Preparing for Vacations
Summer is here! This lecture will provide some strategies for families that can make their summer vacations more pleasant or their child with autism and, in turn, the whole family!
We have many categories of books relating to autism, including bio-medical information, physical therapy, occupational therapy, auditory integration therapy, sibling issues, diet, peer socialization and many other topics. Our media library contains a large selection of lectures and workshops from leaders in the field that can be checked out for viewing at no charge.
One on One counseling:
This service is made available by appointment i
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