Registration is now CLOSED! We look forward to seeing participants on Saturday!
Brought to you through a partnership between the Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin and the Down Syndrome Clinic at CHW
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: David Stein, PsyD is the founder of New England Neurodevelopment, a pediatric psychology practice in the greater Boston area of Massachusetts. He is the author of the new book Supporting Positive Behavior in Children and Teens with Down Syndrome: The Respond, but Don't React Method published by Woodbine House in 2016. Dr. Stein has served as Co-Director of the Down Syndrome Program at Boston Children’s Hospital, a pediatric psychologist within the Division of Developmental Medicine at Boston Children's, and an instructor at Harvard Medical School through 2016. Dr. Stein's clinical work is focused on neuropsychological testing, behavior therapy, and parent training with children who have neurodevelopmental disorders.
WHEN: Saturday, June 10th, 2017 from 9am - Noon (registration 8:15-9:00am)
COST: $25 for DSAW Members and $35 for Non-DSAW Members (includes breakfast, materials, and Dr. Stein's new book)
*A limited number of financial-need based scholarships are available. Contact Chris for details.
WHERE: Children's Hospital of Wisconsin - Briggs and Stratton Auditorium
8915 W. Connell Ct. Milwaukee, WI 53226
PARKING: Enter North Parking Structure; follow Skywalk and signage to Auditorium.
RSVP: By Wednesday, June 7th, 2017 (click link below to register)
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Behavior problems impact 30% of children with Down syndrome. Left untreated, these same children often exhibit behavior problems as adults, limiting work and independent living opportunities. Many behavioral management tools are less effective for children with DS. This workshop will present the basic neuroscience of Down syndrome and how this informs effective behavior management. Practical strategies to use with children and teens at home, school and community settings will be shared.
This conference is made possible through generous support from Jeremy Trau Research and Education Fund for the Down Syndrome Clinic at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.