The topic for the February workshop will be “How to Crush the FSA, Tips and Tricks for Parents”. Dr. Nach will be the presenter of the workshop and will available to answer questions. This free workshop for parents will be held on Monday February 9th, 2015 from 7:00- 8:30p, in our “high-tech” Boca Raton office. […]

Tips and tricks for parents Free workshop Lead Teacher: Dr. Eric Nach, Ph.D., M.Ed. When: Monday February 9th, 2015 (7:00 – 8:30pm) Where: 5458 Town Center Rd., Suite #7, Boca Raton, FL 33486 In the Med-Plex Bldg. adjacent to the Boca Raton Town Center Mall For info and to register: p: 561-990-7305 e: info@SupportForStudentsGrowthCenter.com Seating […]

Goal Setting for Kids

Lead Teacher: Dr. Eric Nach, Ph.D., M.Ed. When: January 12th-May 8th, 2015 Monday’s-Friday’s after school hours (2-3 sessions per week are recommended) Who: Any 3rd-12th grade student taking the FSA (Course is not for those students taking the Florida Alternate Assessment FAA) Cost: $50 for each 1 hour group session (Package deals available) Where: 5458 […]

Developing Positive Behavior Management

Free workshop for parents of children, teens, and young adults Speaker(s): Speaker: Dr. Eric Nach, Ph.D., M.Ed., A.S.D.c. Speaker: Mr. Elvin Iglesias, M.Ed., B.S. When: Monday January 12th, 2015 from 7:00-8:30p Where: SSGC, 5458 Town Center Rd., Suite #7, Boca Raton, FL 33486 RSVP: 561-990-7305 or paula@SupportForStudentsGrowthCenter.com Light refreshments will be served. Note: You are […]

Avoiding Holiday Meltdowns: Part Two

Help for Our Children with “Perceptual Challenges” Eric Nach, Ph.D., M.Ed. The holiday season can be stressful for our children, teens, and young adults with special needs. Traveling and visiting relatives and friends may interrupt their day-to-day routines and all the excitement can be overwhelming to those kids with “sensory” issues. Follow some of these […]

Avoiding Holiday Meltdowns: Help for Our Children with "Perceptual Challenges"

Help for Our Children with “Perceptual Challenges” Eric Nach, Ph.D., M.Ed. Several ways for parents to help their children with “special needs” enjoy holiday festivities without flare-ups and melt-downs. The holiday season can be stressful for our children, teens, and young adults with ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, and other special needs. Traveling and visiting relatives and […]