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February Happenings 2019

Valentine’s Day

Our students had a wonderful time spreading the love at Groden North and South on Valentine’s Day sharing carnations with staff and friends. Students also created beautiful Valetine’s Day artwork and enjoyed some sweets! 

 

 

 

 

Vocational/Life Skills Training Room 

Thank you to all who donated items for our Vocational/Life Skills Training Room at Groden South. Every item donated will help our students gain the tools to build independence and potentially employment opportunities!
 
In this classroom, our students practice basic life skills like: cooking, cleaning, folding laundry, filing/copying and how to fill out a job application online in mock environments.
 
 
 

The Trimble Grant Funds

For 38 years, our Annual John Trimble Fund Golf Tournament for Autism has provided funds for situations where funding has been unavailable for Groden Network programs. This year we received a record total of 46 grant applications. The funds raised at this years tournament were able to provide yoga classes for clients to reduce stress, a summer BBQ for the Cove Center clients, and treadmills for residences… to just name a few. Thank you to the Trimble Family for your continued support and all who attended the golf tournament! We hope to see you all at next year’s event!

Save the Date for the 39th Annual John Trimble Fund Golf Tournament for Autism, Monday, September 9th at Wannamoisett Country Club

 

3rd Annual Secret Garden 

On April 2nd, World Autism Day, THE GRODEN NETWORK will celebrate with our 3rd Annual Secret Garden cocktail party! Join us at Roger Williams Botanical Center to recognize the following individuals and organizations who have shown never-ending commitment in supporting our efforts to cultivate the lives of individuals with autism and other developmental, intellectual or emotional challenges.
 
Employer of the Year: AMICA Insurance
Spirit of Giving Honoree: John C. Tickner
Champion Honoree: Deborah Pfefferle
 
Chance to win 2 tickets to the John Mayer Summer Tour 2019 concert in providence!  Register here 

 

Symposium Keynote Speaker: Nirbhay N. Singh, Ph.D., BCBA-D

Dr. Nirbhay N. Singh is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Health Behavior at Augusta University and is also the CEO of MacTavish Behavioral Health LLC in Raleigh, NC; an agency that is devoted to training, research and consultation, focusing on people who are disabled and 

disenfranchised. On April 11th at the Symposium, Dr. Singh will be discussing Mindfulness-based Programs for Behavior Analysts.
 
Register for the 6th Annual Symposium by Friday, March, 15 to get the Early Bird Rate of $170! After the 16th the registration fee will be $190! Remember Symposium attendees receive FREE BCBA credits and the opportunity to gain 6.0 APA and Social Work Credits.
 
To learn more about the speakers at this year’s Symposium click here.
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