February 27: SPARK Meeting: Effective Behavior Management at Home


Come to this free workshop that is open to anyone in the local community. Does your child come home from school or other activities and act out now that they’re back in their safe space, sometimes disrupting family dynamics? Alice Belgrade, of Belgrade Behavior Consulting, will be sharing research-based interventions with proven results to help children and families create happier, heathier relationships. Her methods take a comprehensive view of the whole child in the context of his/her family and community life and applies the science of behavior is a whole-child approach. Not just a ‘cook-book technology’, her methods address the physical and emotional life of the child from the behavioral perspective.

Alice Belgrade, MSEd., LCPC, BCBA is a board certified behavior analyst, and a licensed clinical professional counselor. A graduate of the University of Tennessee, she received her Master’s Degree from Northern Illinois University and her certification in behavior analysis from Pennsylvania State University. Her experience spans more than 25 years in the fields of education and behavior analysis. She has provided individualized and classroom instruction to children and adults with a variety of disabilities, as well as with neuro typical development. Her distinctive behavior change programs are characterized by a blend of sound behaviorist theory, creative, practical and accessible techniques, and realistic goals.

* Spanish Translation will be available*

When/Where:
Monday, February 27, 2017 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Walter R. Sundling Junior High School
1100 N. Smith Street, Palatine, IL 60067

Brochure in Spanish

SPARK meetings are designed to give parents information to help them in their current and future steps of the journey of parenting children with unique needs. At SPARK we realize the importance of providing:

  • Relevant programs and resources related to special education
  • Opportunities to network, receive support and help
  • Connections for parents with outside sources

The programs can also be found on the District 15 website: http://www.ccsd15.net.
If you would like to be contacted by SPARK, contact Sarah Winter (sarahwintertj@comcast.net). SPARK is a Northwest Suburban Council of PTA committee serving families of children with special needs in Community Consolidated School District 15 and beyond.

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