You’re invited to take home a range of resources for your child/student on the autism spectrum. Join us April 14, 1pm, at the Radisson Hotel, Atlanta-Marietta. 1775 Parkway Place, Marietta, Ga. 30067
LUNCH ~ SPEAKERS ~ VENDERS ~ GIFTS.
Guests can reserve a seat for a minimum donation of $10.
TASB volunteers are very excited to create our first TASB Autism+ Expo. Many families are lost and advocating for their loved ones on the autism spectrum. The Association of stylists & barbers (TASB) is interested in bringing guidance, therapy, knowledge and products for parents who have children/students on the autism spectrum.TASB invites you to share your questions, comments & concerns! From how a child is diagnosed, to how autism can affect the family dynamic. Lunch and learn with other autism parents, you’re not alone! Speakers will motivate you as well as our professionals can shape your brows with perfection or enjoy a relaxing hand massage! (complimentary). Raffles, gifts and a new friend awaits you at our event. TASB has a mission, to help you “Cut Out” the stress and find your answers!
If you are interested in sharing your guidance, therapy, knowledge and products for 100 guests please contact me. We would love for you to be a part of our program. For a minimum donation of $20 venders can reserve space and receive a 2 minute spotlight for your knowledge/facility/product, (contact us to register). We will continue to update you as our program unfolds so please come back!
Online purchase is $10. Registration will follow by email.
Speakers: Please come back, more speakers will be announced.
Elaine Lord, Stylist, Owner of Elaine’s Hair Studio. Founder of The Association of Stylists & Barbers and Recognition with Style Magazine. Adopting a 12 year old child from Latvia with no English skills, I began taking on a child who was placed in middle school with learning disabilities. We could not get an accurate diagnosis for her disabilities because of her language barrier. Throughout my journey I realized similar learning issues Tereza was facing I had dealt with as well during my early years of school. Could I have been diagnosed with Aspergers in 1970?
Sharelle Wilder, Stylist and Mother of a child with Autism. Her journey will motivate you and help you acknowledge problem solving for you and your child.
Advocate for Autism speaks, “Walk for Autism”!
Pamela Saunders, CEO Butterfly Consulting, We assist families with members with Special Needs advocate for education, healthcare, housing, transportation, and employment. We help create plans
of care for education, healthcare, employment, and daily care.
Jennifer Burgess, Spokesperson for Jacob’s Ladder with her Masters in Christian Counseling. A mother of two special needs children. Jacobs ladder is an SAIS-SACS accredited, SB-10 approved private school, serving students with any kind of neurological disorder – from Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and Brain Injury to a range of learning disabilities and genetic disorders – although 60% of our students have been diagnosed with Autism.
Parent/Student teams Coming together to share their journey. Q/A