Dr. Hunter will give a monthly presentation from February to April. Each training will take place at Soaring Heights School – State College from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM. Soaring Heights School is located at 180 Regent Court, Suite 50 in State College.
An RSVP for each individual planning to attend a presentation is preferred, but not required. Individuals can RSVP by calling 814-325-2131.
Dr. Hunter will host the first training, Eating and Feeding Issues, on February 9 and discuss going out to restaurants. She will review ideas to apply for structure and to assist with planning to go out.
On March 16, Dr. Hunter will present "Understanding Laws That Impact Individuals with ASD." This will educate parents regarding the rights of individuals with ASD.
The final training, Dealing with Change, will be held on April 6. Dr. Hunter will touch on handling behavior problems at home and in public.
Soaring Heights School provides educational and behavioral programming for students in grades K through 12 with ASD, and is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
Dr. Melissa Hunter has years of experience working with and developing programming for students with ASD. Currently, she is a lecturer in the psychology department at Penn State University and serves as a behavioral consultant for Soaring Heights School.
For additional information about the ASD presentations, call Soaring Heights School Program Director John Dibert at 814-325-2131.