Join ParentMap in Seattle for our Every Child Summit, focusing on children with learning differences and special needs. New this year, the event will feature THREE mini lectures as well as a free resource fair for families. Get the resources and support you need to help your exceptional child succeed.
Lectures and Q&A's will cover the topics of autism advocacy, pediatric anxiety and ADHD.
Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018
University of Washington, Husky Union Building, Seattle
Free Resource Fair
5 - 8 p.m.
Lecture 1: Autism Advocacy with Arzu Forough
President/CEO of Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy
Lecture 2: Pediatric Anxiety with Dr. Ashley Moss
Postdoctoral Fellow in Pediatric Psychology at Seattle Children's Hospital
Lecture 3: ADHD with Erin Schoenfelder Gonzalez, Ph.D.
Attending Psychologist at Seattle Children’s Hospital
Paid ticket is required to attend the lectures. Purchase now and save $5 off the door price!
FREE Resource Fair
Prior, during and in-between the lectures, join us at our FREE Every Child Resource Fair! Meet face-to-face with dozens of local experts and organizations who focus on the many categories of atypical learners.
Although the resource fair is free to all, we would appreciate your taking a moment to RSVP to help in our planning.
Autism Advocacy with Arzu Forough
Ms. Forough brings over 20 years of experience in training and development to her position, including leadership development, government relations and non-profit management. In 2007 she founded Washington Autism Alliance and Advocacy, developed the “Autism IEP supplement: Best Practice Guidelines for educating students with autism” Arzu designs, implements and manages local, statewide and national projects as well as provides technical assistance to agencies, providers and families on current insurance, education and social service practices and strategies.
Pediatric Anxiety with Dr. Ashley Moss
Dr. Ashley Moss is a Pediatric Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow at Seattle Children’s Hospital with the Psychosocial Oncology Team in the Cancer and Blood Disorders Center and Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine. She has a special interest in treating mood and anxiety disorders and has co-lead multiple anxiety and selective mutism groups for children and adolescents throughout Postdoctoral Fellowship. Dr. Moss presents regularly at national conferences, has taught undergraduate psychology courses, and has been an invited speak for local and national community groups and interdisciplinary medical teams.
ADHD with Erin Schoenfelder Gonzalez, Ph.D.
Erin Schoenfelder Gonzalez, Ph.D., is an Attending Psychologist at Seattle Children’s Hospital specializing in ADHD and disruptive behaviors. As Director of Behavioral Treatment in the Program to Enhance Attention Regulation and Learning (PEARL Clinic), she provides evaluations and treatment groups for parents, children, and teenagers with challenges related to attention and behavior. Her research focuses on improving physical exercise and health behaviors for youth with ADHD.
Resource Fair Participants and Sponsors
Thanks to our event sponsors!
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