Understanding Challenging Behaviors

Come learn techniques to help you understand your child’s challenging behaviors and what you can do to improve them.

Thursday, January 25, 2018
6:00 – 9:00 PM
One Broadway Street – Cambridge

Presented by CPS’s own Craig Estee

Craig M. Estee, M.Ed, BCBA, LABA holds a master’s degree in Severe Special Education/Low Incidence Disability from Boston College Graduate School of Education and is a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA).

Craig holds a professional license as an Applied Behavior Analyst (LABA) in MA. His 20-plus years working with children and adults with disabilities includes time as a transition-aged special educator, a supported living manager, a job coach, a recreational counselor, a Multi-Handicapped teacher, and as Autism Specialist for BPS.

Craig served Boston Public Schools for 15 years as a teacher of students (all levels) with ASD and intensive special needs. Craig has also worked for TILL, Inc., LABBB Collaborative, and Perkins School for the Blind. Craig currently serves as Behavior Specialist for ASD for Cambridge Public Schools in the city of Cambridge, MA.

Slow Processing Speed Workshop

Please join Dr. Ellen Braaten of the Massachusetts General Hospital Clay Center for Young, Healthy Minds for a discussion of slow processing speed:

Tuesday, November 16th at 6PM

Cambridge Citywide Senior Center
806 Massachusetts Avenue (across from City Hall)

Dr. Braaten is the author of Bright Kids Who Can’t Keep Up and an expert on educational interventions for students with slow processing speed, a common component of many students’ learning profiles. Learn how to help your child overcome slow processing speed so they can perform better in school, keep pace with friends and family, and maintain healthy self-esteem.

Childcare and a light meal will be provided

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