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Children’s Service Center to Host Free Autism Seminar Series

April is Autism Awareness Month
About Children’s Service Center Children’s Service Center is a behavioral health organization providing over 150 years of hope, help, and healing to children, adolescents and families. CSC offers an array of home, school and community services. The organization has campuses in Danville, Nanticoke, Tunkhannock and WilkesBarre.
In recognition of Autism Awareness Month in April, Children’s Service Center (CSC) will host a free seminar series on Wednesday, April 9th at CSC’s main campus located at 335 South Franklin Street, WilkesBarre.

The series kicks off at 4 p.m. with Dr. Sandra Kirchner, Ph.D., presenting, “Tools for the
Development of Essential Skills.” Directly following, Mr. Steve Jacks, Board Certified Behavior
Analyst (BCBA), will discuss the basics of Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) and
provide an overview of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

“With April being Autism Awareness Month, we want to bring attention to Autism since it is the
fastest growing developmental disability,” stated Mike Hopkins, President/CEO, CSC. “With the
seminar series, we hope to provide education on Autism, the signs to look for, available
treatment methods and how to assist children with Autism. Additionally, we want to let those in
northeastern PA know that CSC’s Autism services offer a solid support system.”

For more information or to register, please contact Frank Bartoli, Fund Development
Coordinator, at 570-825-6425,
ext. 535 or fbartoli@ecsc.org.

It is urged to RSVP by Friday, April 4th.

 To learn more about CSC’s Autism program, please visit: www.cscwv.org.

(Information from Chelsey Coslett)

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