Creating Meaningful Holidays with Children on the Autism Spectrum

How to Make Holidays Positive and Meaningful with Children on the Autism Spectrum. In this webinar, Chantal Sicile-Kira and Lisa Lieberman discuss how to make holidays enjoyable and less stressful with children on the autism spectrum. Topics such as balancing family member,s needs at holiday time, redefining what is “normal” for your family, how to communicate with extended family about autism, and creating a “chosen family” are discussed.



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Lisa Lieberman
Lisa Lieberman, MSW, LCSW is a skilled trainer with over 30 years of professional experience. Lisa travels nationally to present about issues related to "living with disability in the family." She is the author of numerous articles and a well-received book, A Stranger Among Us: Hiring In-home Support When a Child has ASD or other Neurological Differences. Lisa has a private psychotherapy practice consulting adults in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Her professional interests include helping families manage the emotional journey of parenting children with differences and promoting self-determination and community inclusion for people with disabilities. She has been married since 1979 to a man with an advanced case of multiple sclerosis. Together they parent Jordan, a delightful young adult with autism. www.disabilityinthefamily.com

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