Behavior Frontiers in Dallas was really excited to participate in the 3rd Annual “Teaching Does Make a Difference” Autism Conference in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas. It was held on February 27-29 held by Families for Effective Autism Treatment - North Texas (FEAT-NT). Grace Gomez, Clinical Director in Dallas, did two workshops about using reinforcement strategies. Families were able to attend three days of training and over 40 presentations!!
Frisco Fun Run (5/19/12) was able to raise money for families needing financial aid to pay for much needed therapies. Behavior Frontiers were happy to participate in helping families.
Live the Dream Expo, Irving (5/19/12) was able to offer free information to families who have children with special needs. We were happy to help the local school districts by empowering families with free information and resources.
Walk, Roll, Stroll (6/16/12) raised thousands of dollars for Ability Connections Texas. ACT offers individuals with all disabilities free supports and services. We were glad to participate in the fundraiser despite the very hot weather!
Stephanie’s Day (6/16/12), now in its 8th year in Dallas, was a huge success! It was a fun-filled day of information and resources for families of children with special needs.