Family and Caregiver Support Group
What is it?
This service is a support group for families and caregivers of children receiving Early Intervention (EI) services. We provide a comfortable friendly environment for EI families to brainstorm with each other and learn that they're not alone in their struggles.
What are the topics?
Meetings addresses six different topics on a rotating basis. The upcoming schedule is as follows:
parenting a child with special needs (11/07/19, 02/06/20)
handling behaviors and habits (11/19/19, 02/18/20)
assistance in navigating state and federal programs (12/05/19, 03/05/20)
parent advocacy (12/17/19, 03/17/20)
OPWDD - what it means and who is eligible (01/02/20, 04/02/20)
transitioning to preschool (01/21/20, 04/21/20)
Is childcare available during meetings?
Yes! Childcare is available for the child currently receiving EI services. Please note at this time, childcare cannot support children with medical issues unless a private nurse is in attendance.
When and where?
Group leader: Denise Lasky, LCSW
Meetings occur on the 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday of each month
Meetings are 45 minutes long - 11:45a - 12:30p
Meetings occur at our Monroe office:
101 Stage Road, Monroe, NY 10950
Groups generally contain 8-10 people
How can I sign up?
If you're interested in joining the group, please contact your Ongoing Service Coordinator or Angela Mertens (Partner and Operations Director) at 845.827.6227 firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to discuss how we can help you and your family!