October Greenfield Parent Meeting – Adventures in Puberty

Registration is now open for the October parent support meeting in Greenfield.  

Our October parent meeting will be a presentation by Kyle Quinn that we are calling Adventures in Puberty! This presentation will cover how puberty affects behavior, social and other functioning related to individuals as they experience puberty. The talk will cover common issues and questions that parents often have with individuals during puberty, for both male and females. There will be a Q & A time at the end and resources will be provided to parents. Due to the relationship between puberty and sexuality, this talk will include some in depth discussion of sexuality, and therefore, the presentation will be for parents only.

October 2, 2017
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Greenfield Intermediate School
204 W. Park, Greenfield

Large Group Instruction Rm (enter from back parking lot)



Child Care is provided by RESERVATION ONLY. Click the registration link above and register your children for child care as part of your event registration.


Speaker Bio:

Mr. Kyle Quinn received his Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education and his Master’s Degree in Autism and Behavior Analysis from Ball State University. He began working with families and children with autism and other special needs in 2005. He has worked in various settings including schools and outpatient clinics while working on a variety of needs including language, social skills, behavior, school preparedness and daily living skills. Kyle became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in 2009 and has worked with many families and children for more than 12 years. Over 20 years ago Kyle’s only sibling was diagnosed with Autism and at that time he knew he wanted to work with children and those with special needs. His passion is making a difference in the lives of children and their families by providing high quality evidence based services through a collaborative teamwork approach.