Does your child or loved one have a Developmental Disability, AD/HD, Dyslexia, Autism, Asperser’s, Tourette’s, Learning Disability or Neurobehavioral Disorder?
Come and learn about a new program in our area; Brain Balance. The Brain Balance Program integrates physical (sensory and motor) activities with effective educational and behavioral methods as well as supportive nutritional initiatives to achieve optimum brain and body function. Dr. Pete Scire, Executive Director of Brain Balance will present this information.
Kimberly Steinberg will also provide information about nutritional programs that are crucial to your child’s neurological health along with recipes that support the Brain Balance Program.
Our meeting will begin Tuesday, 12 February 2008, at 7:00pm. Refreshments will be available and children are welcome in the care of their parents. Location is the same as always so meet us at 1279 Highway 54, Fayetteville on the Third Floor in meeting room C. For additional information call Janet Smola 770-631-1035.
Upcoming ExceptionalOPS Meetings:
March 11th – Summer Camp Forum – Multi Panel Discussion
April 15th – Guardianship – Explained and Clarified- Attorney Greg Rogers and Magistrate Judge Bob Ruppenthal
May 13th – Benefits Navigator – Sally Atwell
June 10th – Luau – Christ’s Church @ Whitewater 6:30-8:30PM
ExceptionalOPS is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization providing advocacy, information, supports and choices for Fayette residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Your tax-deductible contributions are encouraged and welcomed.Mailing Address: 256 Commerce Drive, Suite 447, Peachtree City, GA 30269
Office Location: 100 Governor’s Trace, Suite 107, Fayetteville, GA 30214Executive Director: Janet Smola - (770) 639-1035 or cell phone (770) 639-9169Email: ExceptionalOPS@yahoo.com Websites: http://www.ExceptionalOPS.com
ExceptionalOPS does not endorse or recommend participation in programs offered by outside organizations. This information is being presented for your information only. The decision to adopt the practices of the presenter is entirely up to the participant.