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Sharing & Caring Of Bucks County, Pennsylvania

Sharing & Caring Of Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Support Group Meeting
For parents of children/adults with Autism and other developmental

*November 11, 2010 7-9 pm *
*Bucks County College Newtown
Portable 6*

*Presenter: Bucks County LIFE*

The Bucks County LIFE Program is a non-profit agency that serves Bucks
County families who have a child or adolescent that struggles with emotional, behavioral, social
and/or learning issues.

LIFE facilitates trainings once a month during the school year that are free
and open to parents and professionals. We have a family drop-in center
called LIFE Cares.

Come out to hear about this valuable resource and the many options that they

A workshop for siblings aged 7 years or older. Conducted by licensed Social
Workers, will be running in conjunction with our meetings from September through May.
Registration is required and can be accomplished at the door.

Both the support group and SibShop meet in rooms located in Portable 6 on
the Bucks County College Newtown Campus. Directions to the campus are available

Park in the Visitor Parking lot. Walk past the library and Penn Hall. To the
right of Penn Hall is a pathway which goes around to Portable 6.

For more info contact support group coordinators:
Cathy Dippolito,
Bryan and Julia Pfister,




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