Helping students succeed in the classroom often starts with the fundamentals, like how you can support positive and productive behavior that is conducive to learning.
Join us as Noble’s Center for Family Leadership hosts an upcoming lunch-and-learn forum:
Positive Behavior Supports
Tuesday, October 15
12:30 – 1:30 pm
Noble East (Atrium)
7701 E. 21st St., Indpls, 46219
This interactive event is FREE, but space is limited so RSVP today.
Please bring both your lunch and your questions to make the most out of our hour together.
Behavioral Clinician and Presenter Patrick Jamison, LMHC works with Noble staff in identifying those who would benefit from Behavioral Health Services.
He also helps to ensure that positive behavioral supports are in place for the individuals he works with so they can achieve their life goals. In doing so, he has helped many students, families and teachers navigate challenges that can arise during the school year.
The father of a son who is on the autism spectrum, Patrick knows first-hand the challenges posed by transitions like settling into a new school routine.
Please RSVP to let us know that you plan to attend.
Our Center for Family Leadership forums are made possible through the generous financial support of the Harriet P. Irsay Endowment Fund.