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6:30 to 8:00pm
DAYTON AREA
Practical Solutions to Everyday
Challenges 2017
 
 

 

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      Practical Solutions to Everyday Challenges 2017

       

      TIPS AND STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESSFUL MEDICAL CARE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM
      AND OTHER DISABILITIES:
      A FAMILY PERSPECTIVE

       

      Join us to review the current state of health care for patients with autism and other developmental disabilities in pediatric and adult care settings, including barriers to high quality care and how to overcome them.  Discuss strategies for patients, families, caregivers and health care professionals to make clinic and hospital visits more effective, learn about patient and family centered care and how to use Ohio's Guiding People Through Systems, an online care notebook to help families, caregivers and adults with disabilities organize, store and access important medical, school and care records.  Participants will receive a binder of resource materials full of great forms, practical suggestions, and tangible, concrete aids to building better health care.

       

      Presenters:  Dr. Christopher Hanks of The Ohio State University Center for Autism Services and Transition (by videotape), Dr. Karen Ratliff-Schaub, developmental pediatrician at Nationwide Children's Hospital (by videotape), and parent advocates, Marie Crawford and Kathi Machle.

       

      Monday, June 19, 2017, 6:30 to 8 p.m.
      Dayton Metro Library, Huber Heights Branch
      6160 Chambersburg Rd
      Huber Heights, OH 45424

       

      This workshop is FREE.  However, please click here to register!

      So that we can ensure that enough are handouts available for all attendees.

      Questions or to register by phone:  Call 614-284-6323.  Email: autismsocietycentralohio@gmail.com



      Presentation made possible by The Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities Family Strategies Grant: Health Care Access for Individuals with Autism Across Ohio