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Model Me Kids SiteWarming for Autism Awareness

April is Autism Awareness Month, and to kick off the discussion, Model Me Kids is having a SiteWarming for Autism Awareness on Twitter Wednesday, April 1st at 9 p.m. EST (#mmk).

Join @ModelMeKids and @ResourcefulMom as we lead an open conversation about autism. There are three rules that we ask party-goers to abide by:

1. Please be nice

2. Please stay on topic
3. Please do not spam with advertisements

There will be four panelists for the evening covering four specific topics:

  1. Panelist Sue Klein is founder and President of Model Me Kids®, videos for modeling social skills for children with Autism. Topic: Social Skills
  2. Panelist Cale is a college student with Asperger Syndrome. He is working on his Bachelors in Behavioral Psychology. Topic: Asperger Syndrome
  3. Panelist Susan Giurleo is a psychologist to families with kids with Autism, ADHD, learning disorders. Topic: Executive Functioning and Behavior
  4. Panelist Kat Maggio-Straub is a school district Behavior Consultant. Topic: Teaching Children with Autism.

Giveaways: The following prizes will be awarded during the party for answering questions correctly:

  1. Big Combo Pack of labels from Mabel’s Labels.
  2. 3-Set I of Model Me Kids DVDS: Includes – Time for School, Time for a Playdate, and I Can Do It!
  3. $15 ToysRUs Gift Card
  4. The book I Am Utterly Unique by Elaine Marie Larson
  5. Art4Autism Greeting Cards (pack of 10) by artist and Autism advocate Kim Dean
  6. 3-Set II Model Me Kids DVDs: Includes – Conversation Cues, Friendship, and Tips & Tricks.
  7. Model Me Kids® videos demonstrate social skills by modeling peer behavior at school, on a playdate, at a birthday party, on the playground, at a library, restaurant, and more. Real children model and narrate each skill. Designed as a teaching tool for children, adolescents, and teenagers with Austism, Aspergers, PDD-NOS, Nonverbal Learning Disorder, and developmental delays, the videos are used by parents, teachers, and therapists.
  8. Model Me Kids® also strives to educate people about Autism through video. Model Me Kids® has produced two documentaries about children with Autism, one in a classroom at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, and the other in a special Karate class for children with Autism.
For more information about Model Me Kids including their generous affiliate program, please go to http://www.modelmekids.com/.
To RSVP for this event, please visit SiteWarmingParties.com.

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