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CARE Expert Speaker Series Fall 2017

The Massachusetts Sibling Support Network will present

"How to effectively advocate for an adult sibling with disabilities."

This event is free and open to everyone.

The Massachusetts Sibling Support Network will present "Future Planning is a Family Affair". This presentation is geared to adult siblings as well as professionals and others interested in how to effectively advocate for an adult brother / sister with disabilities. The presentation will include the legal and financial issues associated with caregiving, and will review the importance of working together as a family to make a plan for future care.

A large parking lot is available across the street from O’Leary on the corner of Wilder and Broadway (access on Wilder). After 4:30 p.m. the barrier to this lot should be raised and you are able to park in there for free.

Register Online To Attend The Future Planning is a Family Affair Presentation

Dr. Matthew Goodwin's (Northeastern University Computational Behavioral Science lab) research interests include personal health informatics, ambulatory psychophysiology, digital signal processing, machine learning, and modeling interpersonal time series data.

Matthew Goodwin, Ph.D., “Use of Technology to Support those with ASD”

This event is free and open to everyone.

Dr. Matthew Goodwin's (Northeastern University Computational Behavioral Science lab) research interests include personal health informatics, ambulatory psychophysiology, digital signal processing, machine learning, and modeling interpersonal time series data. Professor Goodwin has 20 years of research and clinical experience working with children and adults on the autism spectrum and developing and evaluating innovative technologies for behavioral assessment and intervention, including naturalistic video and audio capture, telemetric physiological monitors, wireless accelerometry sensors, and digital video/facial recognition systems.

A visitor’s metered parking lot is available across the street from O’Leary on Bachelder street (just off Wilder).

Register Online To Attend The Use Of Technology To Support Those With ASD Presentation

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