Irving, Texas. July 21, 2014 –
The Brent Woodall Foundation for Exceptional Children will offer Classroom Language and Academic Summer Services (CLASS) from August 18-22, 2014. CLASS is geared for children with autism and other developmental disabilities and provides the opportunity to practice or maintain school readiness skills for the classroom. In a fun and interactive group setting, children will learn skills needed to be successful in whatever school program they are in. The curriculum has been developed for three age levels- toddlers, pre-k and kindergarten, and early elementary. CLASS is open to all families, including those who do not already receive services form the Brent Woodall Foundation. While children are in their CLASS program, parent workshops will be offered to parents and professionals. Workshops are open to everyone, regardless of whether or not you have a child enrolled in a CLASS program or have a child receiving services from the Brent Woodall Foundation.
The Brent Woodall Foundation is a public charity dedicated to empowering families of children with autism and other developmental disabilities, located in Irving, Texas. Coppell Resident and Founder, Tracy Pierce Bender created the foundation in 2003 in memory of Brent Woodall, who was lost in the events of September 11, 2001. All services are offered at little to no cost to families.
For more information and to register for the CLASS programs and workshops, please visit www.woodallkids.org/CLASS. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 972-756-9170.
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