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Dr. Ricki Robinson to Host a Family Services Q & A

September 22, 2011 5 comments

On Monday, September  26 at 3pm EDT, Dr. Ricki Robinson, will discuss ASD and the Family on a Family Services Live Chat.

Having a child with ASD can and will have an impact on your immediate family and extended family. While it is easy to be distracted by your child’s often overwhelming needs, it is important to carve out time for your family and friends. Often they can be your best support. Additionally you may need help dealing with many concerns, including those that are emotionally charged, such as how to tell others about your child, whether to have more children, how to incorporate siblings into his program, and practical ones such as financing respite care and just organizing your life and family, as well as getting your own job at work done.

On Tuesday April 5 Dr. Ricki Robinson, author of Autism Solutions: How To Create a Healthy And Meaningful Life For Your Child, hosted a Facebook Chat. Dr. Ricki took an hour to answer questions from the community. There were 944 total participants and 345 questions!

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