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Managing Meltdowns Part 1: Challenging Behaviors and Basics of De-escalation

December 05, 2022 6:30 pm until 7:30 pm
At Perkins Restaurant - Olean
      2728 W State St, Olean, NY 14760, USA
585-259-4576

 

Kids don’t wake up and say, “I hope I get into a fight with my family or get in trouble at school.”

If they are displaying challenging behaviors, they need us to shift from ASSUMING and REACTING to UNDERSTANDING and HELPING.

Starbridge presents:

Managing Meltdowns: Strategies to Support You and Your Child

A series for families of children with developmental disabilities in Allegany and Cattaraugus Counties

A meltdown happens when someone loses control over their behavior. Whether it’s our own child or someone else’s, we may find ourselves getting frustrated or overwhelmed – and, in turn, we might struggle to manage our own responses.

  • Part 1: Challenging Behaviors and Basics of De-escalation ~ December 5 6:30-7:30pm
  • Part 2: De-escalation Tips and Strategies ~ December 12 6:30-7:30pm
  • Part 3: Building Awareness of Self and Others ~ date TBD
  • Part 4: Improving Relationships through Empathy and Communication ~ date TBD

REGISTRATION

Registration required by December 2nd. Use the register button above to sign up.

Questions? Contact Kari by phone at 585-259-4576 or email kcayton@starbridgeinc.org

About the Presenter

Aimee Kaple, LPC, LMHC, NCC, has worked in the mental health field for over 20 years. Licensed as a counselor in both New York and Pennsylvania, she enjoys being a resource to those in need of support and providing tools to help people work through the challenges of life. Her counseling experience includes working with people from diverse populations and she is committed to seeing people from all walks of life become empowered to live life to their fullest potential, finding healing and wholeness.

 

Participation is restricted to families of children with developmental disabilities and those living in the same household, and is funded through grants from OPWDD.

For people with a Self-Directed budget, OPWDD requires your budget to cover the cost of participation before attending. Contact your support broker or Kari Cayton if you have questions about using your budget for this event.