Oakland University Center for Autism

425C Pawley Hall
2200 N. Squirrel Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4401
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(248) 370-2424
oucares@oakland.edu

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Programs and Camps

Recreational
Programs
Recreational programs at OUCARES are provided for individuals with ASD ages 4 through adulthood. Click on the age group below for details on programs offered for that specific age group.
Please note that parents/caregivers must remain on the premises while any participant (under age 18) is involved in an OUCARES program.

Oakland University’s highest priority in providing exemplary academic, athletic and social programs for youth is protecting the health, safety and welfare of all participants. To achieve this critically important goal, carefully screened and highly trained personnel enforce protocols designed to ensure safe conduct and supportive interaction between youth and program leaders.  Learn more about OU's youth protection efforts.
Ages 4-5
INDOOR SOCCER
Participants will learn to play the game of soccer through simple drills and small games. Goals include strengthening motor skills, direction following and cooperative interaction with peers.

Saturdays, October 5-November 23

Ages: 4-9 years
Time: 9:30 - 10:30am
Location: OU Rec Center (OU Campus)
Cost:$60 Limited Scholarships Available

SWIMMING
Instructed by a certified lifeguard with experience working with children with ASD, the goals are for participants to become comfortable in the pool, understand water safety, and learn new swim techniques and strokes. Participants will be assessed during the first session and provided direction based on their skills.  Parents or guardians are asked to participate in the water with their child.

Sundays, September 15 - November 17 (No Session Sept. 22 and Oct. 20)
Ages: 5-10 years
Time: 10:00-10:45am
Location: Aquatic Center Pool (OU Campus)
Cost:$130


BASIC SOCIAL SKILLS
This program is designed to teach Social Skills in a play-centered small group setting. Activities will include skill-based lessons, interactive play and games, role playing, behavior modeling and positive social interactions with peers. Individuals must have conversational language skills and be able to verbally communicate effectively.

Thursdays, September 26 - November 21 (No Session October 31)
Grades: K-2nd 
Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm
Location: Meadows Learning Center Room 204 (1435 W. Auburn Rd.) 
Cost:$130

Ages 6-12
INDOOR SOCCER
Participants will learn to play the game of soccer through simple drills and small games. Goals include strengthening motor skills, direction following and cooperative interaction with peers.

Saturdays, October 5-November 23

Ages: 4-9 years
Time: 9:30 - 10:30am
Location: OU Rec Center (OU Campus)
Cost:$60 Limited Scholarships Available

SWIMMING
Instructed by a certified lifeguard with experience working with children with ASD, the goals are for participants to become comfortable in the pool, understand water safety, and learn new swim techniques and strokes. Participants will be assessed during the first session and provided direction based on their skills.  Parents or guardians are asked to participate in the water with their child.

Sundays, September 15 - November 17 (No Session Sept. 22 and Oct. 20)
Ages: 5-10 years    Time: 10:00-10:45am
Ages: 11-16 years   Time: 11:00-11:45am
Location: Aquatic Center Pool (OU Campus)
Cost:$130


BASIC SOCIAL SKILLS
This program is designed to teach Social Skills in a play-centered small group setting. Activities will include skill-based lessons, interactive play and games, role playing, behavior modeling and positive social interactions with peers. Individuals must have conversational language skills and be able to verbally communicate effectively.

Thursdays, September 26 - November 21 (No Session October 31)
Grades: K-2nd      Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm
Grades: 3rd-5th    Time: 6:30 - 7:30pm
Location: Meadows Learning Center, Room 204 (1435 W. Auburn Rd.) 
Cost:$130

JUDO
Instructed by Judo Steve, a 5th Level Black Belt with experience teaching individuals with ASD. Learn the basics of Judo while building confidence, self-discipline, listening skills, increase coordination and controlled movements. Judo is a fun way to exercise while also learning to follow directions and practice self-defense skills. Siblings or peer buddies are invited to register for this program!

Tuesdays, September 24-November 26 (No Session Oct. 8 and Nov. 5)
Ages: 7-14 years
Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm
Location: Pawley Hall Atrium (OU Campus)
Cost:$80

ROBOTICS CLUB
Learn the fundamentals of Robotics and basic computer programming in this interactive social club. Participants will work with Lego Mindstorm robots and computers to introduce the concepts of building a robot, introduction to programming, demonstrations and competitions, all while working on teamwork and social skills. This program is designed for individuals with High-Functioning Autism, PDD/NOS or Asperger's with conversational language skills who can follow multi-step directions with minimal prompts and do not need a 1:1 support;

Mondays, September 30 - November 4
Ages: 10-14 years Time: 6:00 - 7:30pm
Location: Meadows Learning Center, Room 203 (1435 W. Auburn Rd.)
Cost:$130

SNAG GOLF
Starting new at golf (SNAG) is simplified golf, allowing full shots, pitching, chipping and putting using modified equipment. Goals include improving motor skills, direction following, and social skills. This program is for people with a diagnosis of Asperger's, High-Functioning Autism, or PDD/NOS. We will be using OU's Par 3 golf course throughout the program. Siblings or peer buddies are invited to register for this program!

Mondays, September 9 - October 14
Ages: 8+ years
Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm
Location: OU Golf Course (OU Campus)
Cost:$80

YOGA
This fun movement program utilizes breathing exercises, yoga poses and movement activities to benefit the individual with ASD. The gross motor movements practiced are designed to positively impact fitness, self-regulation and motor performance in a relaxing environment. Bring a yoga mat. Classes are taught by a certified yoga instructor.

Wednesdays, October 2-November 20
Ages: 8+ years
Time: 6:30 - 7:30pm
Location: Meadows Learning Center, Room 200 (1435 W. Auburn Rd)
Cost:$100

BASEBALL 
The OU Men's Baseball Team teaches participants the fundamentals of baseball through skill stations and modified games.  Skills such as hitting, throwing and catching will be practiced each week, along with learning how to interact as a team player.

Tuesdays, September 10 - October 15
Ages: 8-14 years
Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm
Location: OU Baseball Fields (OU Campus)
Cost:$50

BASKETBALL
Participants will learn basic basketball skills such as dibbling, shooting, and team skills in a supportive environment.  Mastering this skills will involve listening, direction following, and interacting with teammates. 

Fridays, October 4 - December 6 (No Session Oct. 11 and Nov. 29)
Ages: 10-15 years
Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm
Location: Recreation Center Gym (OU Campus)
Cost:$60

Saturdays, October 5 - November 23
Ages: 6-12 years
Time: 10:30-11:30am
Location: Recreation Center Gym (OU Campus)
Cost:$60 Limited Scholarships Available 


TEEN SOCIAL CLUB
This program offers an opportunity for pre-teens & teens to meet new people and socialize while learning about different teen topics each week. The instructor will use a variety of techniques to encourage & demonstrate positive social interaction through games, conversation, shared interests and activities. This program is for participants with High-Functioning Autism or Asperger’s with conversational language skills who do not need a 1:1 support.

Tuesdays, October 1-December 3 (No Session October 8 and November 5)
Ages: 11-14 years
Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm
Location: Meadows Learning Center, Room 203(1435 W. Auburn Rd.)
Cost:$130 Limited Scholarships Available

Teens and Adults
SWIMMING
Instructed by a certified lifeguard with experience working with children with ASD, the goals are for participants to become comfortable in the pool, understand water safety, and learn new swim techniques and strokes. Participants will be assessed during the first session and provided direction based on their skills.  Parents or guardians are asked to participate in the water with their child.

Sundays, September 15 - November 17 (No Session Sept. 22 and Oct. 20)
Ages: 5-10 years    Time: 10:00-10:45am
Ages: 11-16 years   Time: 11:00-11:45am
Location: Aquatic Center Pool (OU Campus)
Cost:$130


JUDO
Instructed by Judo Steve, a 5th Level Black Belt with experience teaching individuals with ASD. Learn the basics of Judo while building confidence, self-discipline, listening skills, increase coordination and controlled movements. Judo is a fun way to exercise while also learning to follow directions and practice self-defense skills. Siblings or peer buddies are invited to register for this program!

Tuesdays, September 24-November 26 (No Session Oct. 8 and Nov. 5)
Ages: 7-14 years
Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm
Location: Pawley Hall Atrium (OU Campus)
Cost:$80

SNAG GOLF
Starting new at golf (SNAG) is simplified golf, allowing full shots, pitching, chipping and putting using modified equipment. Goals include improving motor skills, direction following, and social skills. This program is for people with a diagnosis of Asperger's, High-Functioning Autism, or PDD/NOS. We will be using OU's Par 3 golf course throughout the program. Siblings or peer buddies are invited to register for this program!

Mondays, Septmber 9 - October 14
Ages: 8+ years
Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm
Location: OU Golf Course (OU Campus)
Cost:$80

YOGA
This fun movement program utilizes breathing exercises, yoga poses and movement activities to benefit the individual with ASD. The gross motor movements practiced are designed to positively impact fitness, self-regulation and motor performance in a relaxing environment. Bring a yoga mat. Classes are taught by a certified yoga instructor.

Wednesdays, October 2-November 20
Ages: 8+ years
Time: 6:30 - 7:30pm
Location: Meadows Learning Center, Room 200 (1435 W. Auburn Rd)
Cost:$100

BASEBALL 
The OU Men's Baseball Team teaches participants the fundamentals of baseball through skill stations and modified games.  Skills such as hitting, throwing and catching will be practiced each week, along with learning how to interact as a team player.

Tuesdays, September 10 - October 15
Ages: 8-14 years   Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm
Ages: 15+years   Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm
Location: OU Baseball Fields (OU Campus)
Cost:$50

BASKETBALL
Participants will learn basic basketball skills such as dibbling, shooting, and team skills in a supportive environment.  Mastering this skills will involve listening, direction following, and interacting with teammates. 

Fridays, October 4 - December 6 (No Session Oct 11 and Nov. 29)
Ages: 10-15 years Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm
Ages: 16+ years   Time: 7:00-8:00pm
Location: Recreation Center Gym (OU Campus)
Cost:$60

ROBOTICS CLUB
Learn the fundamentals of Robotics and basic computer programming in this interactive social club. Participants will work with Lego Mindstorm robots and computers to introduce the concepts of building a robot, introduction to programming, demonstrations and competitions, all while working on teamwork and social skills. This program is designed for individuals with High-Functioning Autism, PDD/NOS or Asperger's with conversational language skills who can follow multi-step directions with minimal prompts and do not need a 1:1 support;

Mondays, September 30 - November 4
Ages: 10-14 years Time: 6:00 - 7:30pm
Location: Meadows Learning Center, Room 203 (1435 W. Auburn Rd.)
Cost:$130

TEEN SOCIAL CLUB
This program offers an opportunity for pre-teens & teens to meet new people and socialize while learning about different teen topics each week. The instructor will use a variety of techniques to encourage & demonstrate positive social interaction through games, conversation, shared interests and activities. This program is for participants with High-Functioning Autism or Asperger’s with conversational language skills who do not need a 1:1 support.

Tuesdays, October 1-December 3 (No Session October 8 & November 5)
Ages: 11-14 years
Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm
Location: Meadows Learning Center, Room 203(1435 W. Auburn Rd.)
Cost:$130 Limited Scholarships Available 

Thursdays, September 19-November 21 (No Session Oct. 31 & Nov. 14)
Ages: 15-18 years
Time: 6:00 - 7:30pm
Location: Meadows Learning Center, Room 203(1435 W. Auburn Rd.)
Cost:$130

VOLLEYBALL
Participants learn to play a sport while socializing and having fun! Players learn basics of volleyball while also learning team work, increasing their confidence, improving their motor skills and coordination. Program designed for individuals with conversational language skills who follow simple directions with a diagnosis of PDD/NOS, Asperger’s, or High Functioning Autism..

Tuesdays, October 1 - November 19

Ages: 16+ years
Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm
Location: Woodland Elementary Gym (6465 Livernois, Troy)
Cost:$40

SOCIAL CONNECTIONS FOR ADULTS
This program offers Adults with High-Functioning ASD or Asperger’s an opportunity to meet new people and socialize while learning about relevant topics each week. The instructor will address important issues such as: making and maintaining relationships, workplace etiquette, social media and internet safety, community interactions and so much more.

Wednesdays, October 2 - November 20
Ages: 18+ years
Time: 6:00 - 7:30pm
Location: Meadows Learning Center, Room 203 (1435 W. Auburn Rd.) 
Cost:$130

UNIQUELY ME: WOMEN ON THE SPECTRUM CONNECT
The Instructor will lead discussions on relevant women's topics including finding and keeping relationships, employment challenges, daily sensory issues, independence and embracing life on the spectrum in today's society. This program is for adult women with Asperger's or High-Functioning Autism with conversational language skills.

Tuesdays, September 24 - November 19 (No Session Oct. 22)
Ages: 18+ years
Time: 6:30-8:00pm
Location: 480K Pawley Hall (OU Campus) 
Cost:$80 Limited Scholarships Available

AFTER HOURS ADULT SOCIAL
This is a social group for adults with the diagnosis of Asperger's, High Functioning Autism or PDD/NOS. Come join us for pizza, conversation, cards, games, and fun! No registration required, come when you are able.

Tuesdays, September 17, October 22, November 12
Ages: 18+ years
Time: 6:00 - 9:00pm
Location: Oakland Center (OU Campus): September 17 and November 12, Ambassador Rooms A-B, October 22, Lake Superior Room
No Cost for this program

PHOTOGRAPHY AND PHOTO EDITING
Participants will learn the main functions of a digital camera and how to best utilize them in different settings. Participants will use photographs taken in class as tools to learn basic photo editing techniques in Adobe Photoshop. Instructed by professional photographers. This program is designed for individuals with a diagnosis of Asperger’s, High-Functioning Autism or PDD/NOS who do not need a 1:1 support.

Mondays, October 7 - December 2 (No Session Oct. 14)
Ages: 13+ years
Time: 5:30 - 7:00pm
Location: Meadows Learning Center, Room 204 (1435 W. Auburn Rd.) 
Cost:$200

BOWLING LEAGUES
OUCARES Oakland "Strikers" and Macomb "Pin Crushers" Bowling Leagues provide fantastic opportunities for individuals with ASD to bowl in supportive and controlled environments.  Social participation is encouraged to help participants develop friendships in a community setting.  Price include 2 games/ week, bowling ball & shoes and a pizza party. 

Oakland County - Strikers League at Classic Lanes
Saturdays, September 28 - November 23
Ages: 16+ yrs
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Classic Lanes - 2145 Avon Industrial Drive, Rochester Hills, MI
Cost: $60/person    

Macomb County - Pin Crushers League at 5 Star Lanes  
Saturdays, September 28 - December 7 (No Session November 16 & November 30)
Ages: 16+ yrs
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: 5 Star Lanes - 2666 Metro Pkwy, Sterling Heights
Cost: $60/person   
Camps
The Oakland University Center for Autism (OUCARES) offers a variety of summer day camps for individuals on the autism spectrum ages 3 years old through Adult. 

Oakland University’s highest priority in providing exemplary academic, athletic and social programs for youth is protecting the health, safety and welfare of all participants. To achieve this critically important goal, carefully screened and highly trained personnel enforce protocols designed to ensure safe conduct and supportive interaction between youth and program leaders.  Learn more about OU's youth protection efforts.

Pee Wee Camp - Children 3-6 years old
The Pee Wee Summer Day Camp is for children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder ages 3 - 6 years old. Our Pee Wee Camp activities will be focusing on maintaining known skills and acquiring new skills to improve quality of life. All activities are structured and are planned around a theme. Language Arts, Sensory Fun, Water Fun, Sports & Fitness, Arts & Crafts, Social Skills, Music, Fine Motor Fun and so much more!

Camp Assessments: All pee wee campers will be assessed prior to camp.  Once your completed Application Packet is received, we will contact you to schedule an assessment.  

A $50 non-refundable assessment fee for new campers must be paid prior to the day of your child's appointment.  This is a one time fee and is in addition to the camp fee.   Receipt of Application Packet does not guarantee admittance.  Admission decisions will only be made once we receive your completed packet of forms.



Summer Day Camp - Children 7-12 years old
Each week will be filled with loads of fun including indoor swimming, arts and crafts, sensory time, social skills, field trips, sports and fitness, nature walks and much more! Camp activities will be recreational with an academic component. All activities are highly structured and are planned around a weekly theme.

Camp Assessments : All new campers who have not attended our day camp program must be assessed prior to camp. Once your completed Application Packet is received, we will contact you to schedule an assessment.  

A $50 non-refundable assessment fee for new campers must be paid prior to the day of your child's appointment.  This is a one time fee and is in addition to the camp fee.   Receipt of Application Packet does not guarantee admittance.  Admission decisions will only be made once we receive your completed packet of forms.




Life Skills Camps - Teens (11-14 yrs, 15-18 yrs) and Adults (16 yrs & Up)

Teen Life Skills Camp & Adult Life Skills Camp is for individuals with High Functioning Autism, Aspergers or PDD/NOS.  

Each session will be full of fun activities focused on learning life skills including:

  • Practical Living Skills: Clothing care, menu planning, grocery shopping, and cooking
  • Interpersonal Skills: Initiative/dependability, anger management, conflict resolution, self-esteem, social skills, and self-confidence
  • Personal Management Skills: Money management, time management, personal health care

Daily Activities will include:

  • Campers plan and prepare lunch
  • Personal health care: exercise, personal hygiene and clothing care
  • Team-building activities: include starting a microbusiness to build employable skills learning about conflict resolution skills, managing anger issues
  • Field trips within the community to practice new life skills learned at camp
Camp Assessments : All new campers who have not attended our day camp program must be assessed prior to camp.  Once your completed Teen Application Packet or Adult Application Packet is received, we will contact you to schedule an assessment.  

A $50 non-refundable assessment fee for new campers must be paid prior to the day of your child's appointment.  This is a one time fee and is in addition to the camp fee.   Receipt of Application Packet does not guarantee admittance.  Admission decisions will only be made once we receive your completed packet of forms.

For Summer Day Camp, Pee Wee Camp, Teen Life Skills Camp &  Adult Life Skills Camp, a non-refundable deposit of $100 per session is due when your participant is admitted (OUCARES will send you an email) to secure your participant's placement at camp. This deposit will be applied to your total camp payment. All remaining payments are due in full by JUNE 3. 

All Pee Wee campers (ages 3-6), all NEW Summer Day campers (ages 7-12), and all NEW Teen and Adult Life Skills campers are required to complete a casual assessment with OUCARES staff prior to camp. All campers who have an assessment are required to pay a $50 non-refundable assessment fee which is due prior to the day of assessment. This is a one-time fee and is in addition to the camp fee. There will be no assessment for returning Summer Day campers or returning Teen & Adult Life Skills campers. If you have a Pee Wee camper (age 3-6) or a new Summer Day (ages 7-12) or Teen or Adult Life Skills camper, OUCARES will contact you once we receive your completed application packet. An OUCARES staff member will then schedule your camper’s assessment during a time that fits your schedule.

For Pee Wee Campers (age 3-6), please bring your child to check in with OUCARES staff at the entrance to the Lowry Center on the 1st floor of Pawley Hall. For Summer Day Campers (age 7-12), you will be sent an email indicating your child's room number.  Please bring your child to the assigned room the first day of camp.  You will then drop off and pick up your child at that assigned room location for the remainder of the session. For Teen Life Skills Campers, camp will be held at Avondale Middle School (1445 W. Auburn Rd. in Rochester Hills). More detailed information will be provided at a later date. For Adult Life Skills campers (age 16+), camp will be held in Pawley Hall at Oakland University. More detailed information will be provided at a later date. 

Should your camper be absent or late, please call (248-370-2424) or email ( oucares@oakland.edu) the OUCARES offices no later than 8:30 a.m. the morning your camper will be absent or late.

Each camper must have sunscreen, a hat to block the sun, a water bottle, a towel, a change of clothes, any medicines they need, and their daily take home folder. Also for Pee Wee and Summer Day campers, please bring a sack lunch and snacks labeled with your child’s name each day to camp. We will not have access to a refrigerator, so be sure to pack food accordingly. For those days that Summer Day campers will be swimming, be sure your camper has a swim suit and a towel.

Pee Wee camp typically begins each day with fun sensory activities to help campers get out energy at the beginning of the day. The morning is divided into structured play times, circle time (including reading and singing), playground time, and structured activities at the table. After lunch, Pee Wee campers may have some quiet choice time, followed by creative expression activities, outdoor fun, snack time, and social skills practice.

Summer Day campers start their day with structured free choice activities and morning circle time. Mornings continue with outdoor activities and life skills training. After lunch, campers go swimming on certain days, or they may go for a nature walk or on the playground. In the afternoon, campers focus on structured activities before closing circle time. Summer Day campers will go on field trips to the park on designated Fridays.

Life Skills camp begins every day with campers learning good hygiene practices and enjoying a pre-made snack. Then, campers may have a structured outdoor activity before engaging in creative thinking, team-building, and life skills projects. Life Skills campers prepare and eat their own lunches and then have a quiet free choice time. The afternoon consists of more social skills activities, learning about a micro-enterprise, and camper-planned activities. Life Skills campers will go on field trips into the community on certain days as well in order to practice the life skills they have been learning.



For all returning campers, you will be notified once we receive your completed application packet.   Receipt of application does not guarantee admittance. Admission decisions will only be made once we receive your completed application packet.
Employable
Skills Programs

PRE-EMPLOYMENT SKILLS TRAINING  - For Adults with ASD 
An intensive pre-employment skills training program with strong focus on:
  • "Soft" interpersonal skills (communication, social awareness, networking, team work, accepting criticism, collaboration)
  • Understanding employment (career options, resumes, applications, maintaining a job)
  • Independent living skills (hygiene, money management, community understanding, goal setting)
Monday - Friday, December 9, 2019 - February 28, 2020 (No Dec. 23, 2019 - Jan. 3, 2020)
9 am - 3pm
Age:  Adult
Location:  Meadows Learning Center, 1435 W. Auburn Rd, Rochester, MI

Pre-Employment Skills Training Information Session
 
Tuesday, October 29
6:30 pm
Meadows Learning Center (1435 W. Auburn Rd. Rochester) 
RSVP to oucares@oakland.edu 



PHOTOGRAPHY AND PHOTO EDITING
Participants will learn the main functions of a digital camera and how to best
utilize them in different settings.  Participants will use photographs taken in class as tools to learn basic photo editing techniques in Adobe Photoshop.  Instructed by professional photographers. This program is designed for individuals with a diagnosis of Asperger’s, High-Functioning Autism or PDD/NOS who do not need a 1:1 support.


Mondays, October 7 - December 2 (No Session Oct. 14) 
Age: 13+ years
Time: 5:30 - 7:00pm
Location: Meadows Learning Center, Room 204 (1435 W Auburn Rd.) 
Cost: $200
Registration
OUCARES 2019 Holiday Party
For Teens and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Dancing, DJ, Sumo Suits, Photo Booth, Pizza, Games and so much more! Join us to have a great time and meet friends!  

Please note: This event is to encourage independence. The parent or caregiver is permitted to register, only if the participant requires a 1:1 support. 

Date: Saturday, December 7, 2019
Ages: 15 and older
Time: 7-10 pm
Location: Oakland Center Banquet Rooms (Oakland University Campus) 
Cost:  $10 per person

Online Registration for Holiday Party (click on "events")

Printable Flyer for Holiday Party 


Fall 2019 Program Information
PROGRAMS FILL UP QUICKLY SO REGISTER SOON!

To register online, complete the online program registration and submit payment.

Limited Scholarships are available for some programs. 
Fall 2019 Scholarship Packet

Complete the participant information form only if you are a New Participant or registering for Social Skills.

Printable Fall 2019 Program Flier

To register by mail, complete the program registration packet and mail it along with the registration fee (checks payable to Oakland University) to: 

OUCARES
425C Pawley Hall
456 Pioneer Drive
Rochester, MI 48309-4482

Oakland University’s highest priority in providing exemplary academic, athletic and social programs for youth is protecting the health, safety and welfare of all participants. To achieve this critically important goal, carefully screened and highly trained personnel enforce protocols designed to ensure safe conduct and supportive interaction between youth and program leaders.  Learn more about OU's youth protection efforts.

Parent
Programs

ABA TRAINING FOR PARENTS
Instructed by Dr. Jessica Korneder, PhD, BCBA-D Assistant Professor at Oakland University & Director of the Oakland University ABA Clinic.  We will be offering 2 separate trainings for different age groups: Parents or Guardians of younger children (2-8 yrs) and Parents or Guardians of children (9-18 yrs).  Learn to use ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) techniques at home to develop your child’s skills and reduce challenging behaviors.  Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lunch.  A 30 minute lunch break will be provided during the course of the day. 

Parents of Younger Children (2-8 yrs.)
Date: Saturday, November 9
Time: 9am-3pm
Location: Pawley Hall Room 360 (OU CAMPUS)
Cost: $25 per person 


Parents of Adolescent Children (9-18 yrs.)
Date: Saturday, November 16
Time: 9am-3pm
Location: Pawley Hall Room 360 (OU CAMPUS)
Cost: $25 per person