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The Art of Parenting…with Autism
November 9, 2023, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
You’re invited to join the Art of Parenting…with Autism.
Each Art of Parenting session focuses on different aspects of parenting through the lens of being autistic and/or parenting autistic children. Through a short presentation, discussion and activities, participants will receive encouragement, support and practical short and long term strategies for navigating parenting in the healthiest way possible, with a focus on self-care and compassion.
This particular session will cover daily sensory overload and strategies to reduce health anxiety. These sessions intend to educate, empower and encourage parents on their journey, as well as create a safe community of ongoing support.
If you are an autistic parent, or the parent of an autistic child, you will benefit from this information and the connection of others who share similar experiences.
Join us Thursday, November 9 from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
This session is FREE and entirely virtual, via our Sinneave Connects online learning platform.
If you already have a Sinneave Connects account, just log in as usual. If you haven’t yet opened an account, it’s easy! Click the button below that says, “The Art of Parenting – Nov 9” to be directed to the portal and follow the prompts.
- Pick a user name
- Pick a password (Don’t forget to record it somewhere safe for next time!)
- Select “Register”
- Choose “The Art of Parenting – November 9” and enroll.
If you have any questions about this event or if you need support navigating the Sinneave Connects learning hub, please email email@example.com or call 403 210-5000. We’re here to help!
Please note: While advance registration is not necessary for most of our Learning & Connection activities (you are welcome to just pop-in), IF you do pre-register it helps us in our planning AND allows us to notify you in the event of a last-minute change or cancellation. Either way, we’d love to see you!
About the Presenter: Joannie Rosevear is a neurodivergent mother of five beautiful children. She is passionate about supporting and encouraging other families so they don’t feel alone in their journey. Her personal experience in parenting children both on and off the spectrum informs the work she does as a Program Facilitator with The Sinneave Family Foundation, knowing that, while books, resources and professionals are helpful, connecting with someone with lived experience and who “gets it” can be truly empowering.
P.S. Did you know there’s a quick access button to Sinneave Connects in the upper right corner of our Homepage.