These free evening events will be presented in Punjabi at the SFU Surrey Campus, adjacent to the Surrey Central Skytrain Station. This series has been organized by ACT’s South Asian Autism Awareness Committee. Thanks to Manpreet Singh, Parbs Bains, Kavita Kamat, Sheija Abraham, Preetinder Narang, Balbinder Gill, and Raminder Kaur for their assistance. Download the poster for details. Register online for free at www.actcommunity.ca/events or call 604-205-5467 to reserve your seat.
These events are sponsored by a grant from Autism Speaks Canada.
October 13, 2015 – Surrey, ਸਰੀ, BC
The Individualised Education Plan (IEP)—what the school is supposed to do and how the parent can support the IEP process (in Punjabi). Presented by Raminder Kaur, Behaviour Consultant, posAbilities
November 17th, 2015 Surrey, ਸਰੀ, BC
Advocacy Tools for Parents— how to help your child get the services they need (in Punjabi) Presented by Deborah Pugh, Executive Director, ACT
December 1st, 2015 Surrey, ਸਰੀ, BC
One Parent’s Journey in Autism— the important role that family plays in supporting their child with autism (in Punjabi) Presented by Sunita Braich, Integration Support Teacher, Surrey School District