The webinar “Parent’s Academy” will be held online through ZOOM program.
We encourage people to stay at home and not to spread the coronavirus! Therefore, for the quarantine period, the Child.ua Association will go online.
In this difficult time for the whole world, we continue to support parents raising children with autism and other mental health issues.
Do you want to work on your personal growth and development of your child takes a lot of time?
How to start working when child development is a priority for you and you can’t work on a standard schedule?
Child.ua Association invites families who bring up children with autism and other developmental delays to a webinar, which will be held online on April 11-15, 2020
“Parent’s Academy” is a platform where parents will be able to get practical knowledge for additional/basic earnings, get advice.
The main goal is to inspire parents to develop further and to provide them with tools to work in various areas.
The seminar speakers are parents who have achieved some success in business, as well as professionals from various fields, namely:
☑️11.04 at 18.00 Lyudmila Primakova – The first steps to remote work. How much is it possible to earn through the Internet?.
☑️ 12.02 at 18.00 Boris Levchenk – Flexible hours plus high income: where to look for and what to do. Career opportunities in the insurance business.
☑️ 13.04 at 18.00 Anna Nosok – PR, Marketing, SMM.
☑️ 14.04 at 18.00 Tetiana Kobzar – Ways to make money on the Internet, work using the social network – Facebook.
☑️ 15.04 at 18.00 Valentina Taneyeva – Opportunities with Oriflame.
Please note that number of participants is limited by ZOOM, so hurry up to sign up!
Registration by link:
See you at the webinar! ❤️
For World Autism Awareness Day, CHILD.UA is organizing several online activities within the Autism Friendly Space program, including the webinar “Parent’s Academy”.
The Autism Friendly Space program aims to raise awareness about autism and build a culture of tolerance for people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
In Ukraine, there is a problem of early detection of autism, lack of experience, lack of specialists and information at all stages of overcoming problems in the life of people with psychophysical delays. Because of this, many children and adults may have even more difficulties in life.
Moreover, there are almost no facilities in Ukraine that are comfortable for people with autism spectrum disorders. Many families with such children are forced to refuse to visit public places, which eventually leads to isolation of the whole family. Parents spend the majority of their time developing their babies and cannot work on a standard schedule.
CHILD.UA, together with other NGOs in Ukraine, are working on creating mechanisms to address these issues systematically. By implementing joint projects, we contribute to the protection of the rights of children and young people with autism, their social adaptation, and integration into society.