The Grotto I and II programs celebrated Thanksgiving last week with friends and families and lots of delicious food. We even had a piñata! Click here to see more pictures of the fun!
"A new government study finds that roughly 1 in 40 American children has autism, a huge jump from the previous estimate of 1 in every 59 children.
The survey asked parents of more than 43,000 children between the ages of 3 and 17 whether or not their children had ever been diagnosed with autism or an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and whether the child in question still struggled with an ASD." [Web MD 11.26.18]
St. Gerard House is now hiring Behavior Technicians!
St. Gerard House is seeking entry-level, positive and enthusiastic Behavior Technicians looking to provide direct teaching and behavioral support to individuals with unique learning needs. The Behavior Technician will work 1:1 with a child with special needs under the close supervision and guidance of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. We are looking for punctual and reliable people who are creative, animated, and can make learning fun while sticking to procedures.
Bachelor's Degree in Early Education, Psychology, or related field or Associate's Degree and experience working with children with disabilities.
Please provide cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
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INTRODUCING THE CONNECT DRAMA CLUB:
Join our brand new Connect program for theater junkies and newbies alike. Participants aged 5-18 will use acting, directing and playwriting to explore how our thoughts, actions and reactions can impact social situations. Join us for a silly, exciting and educational experience! Click here for more information!
For more information Sharon Stokes: 828.693.4223 ext. 1010
Helping young adults with autism and similar needs prepare for, find and retain meaningful employment through art, gardening & culinary learning environments.
For information contact Julia Matthews: 828.693.4223