2016 Conferences and Events
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Dr. Cathy Pratt, BCBA-D, Director of the Indiana Resource Center for Autism, recently wrote an article for parents of children with Autism who are returning to school. The article contains many helpful tips for parents to better advocate for their children. To view … more...
CRG’s Postsecondary Disability Specialist and ADD/Life Coach, Dr. David Parker, stays active in the world of higher education when he is not at CRG. Along with Dr. Sharon Field (self-determination guru from Wayne State University), he has co-edited and contributed … more...
Every semester, CRG providers run a variety of groups to help our clients expand their skills and knowledge alongside their peers. Groups meet at CRG; are welcoming, supportive and confidential; and are offered at a very affordable rate ($70.00/session). Our fall … more...
Anxiety Disorders in Individuals with Developmental Disabilities , presented by Dr. Julie Steck on June 10th. For a copy of the PowerPoint slides, click here .
The Do's and Don'ts of Talking to People on the Autism Spectrum , presented by Dr. Sandra Burkhardt on June 21st. For a copy of the PowerPoint slides, click here.
Top 10 Strategies for Making a Smooth Transition to College , presented by Dr. David Parker on June 29th. For a copy of the PowerPoint slides, click here.
September 23-24th - Beth Waite-Lafever, MA-CCC/SLP-ATP will present two sessions at the 2016 Indiana AAC Summit at the Bradford Woods in Martinsville. Her sessions are titled, "So Many Systems, So Little Time, Just Tell Me What I Need" and "Getting Started Reading with AAC",
Dr. Lowinsky Takes on Faculty Role: CRG psychiatrist, Joshua Lowinsky, M.D., wears many hats while sharing his knowledge and passion about caring for people with mental health issues. A co-founder of the Primary Care Psychiatry Foundation (PCPF), Dr. Lowinsky has spearheaded professional development for other physicians, nurses, and mental health providers via a series of PCPF conferences at Marian University. During the Spring 2017 semester, Dr. Lowinsky will focus his educational outreach efforts in another highly respected educational setting, Christian Theological Seminary , by teaching P-637, “Psychopathology and Assessment.”
October 29th - Primary Care Psychiatry Foundation (PCPF), will hold a conference titled, "Identifying and Treating Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care". The conference will be held at the Eskenzai Health/Rapp Family Conference Center Faegre Baker Daniels Conference Room in Indianapolis, IN from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. A continental breakfast will begin at 8:30 am. The cost for this event is $30 per attendee. Further details are coming soon!
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Indianapolis, IN 46260
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