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Autism Connections is once again participating in the amazing Leprechaun Plunge for Charity as a highlighted organization on March 10th at Dockside Restaurant and Brunelle's Marina in South Hadley! Our Autism Connections' team will be plunging into the... brrrr... Connecticut River to support our programs and WE NEED YOUR HELP! If you would like to [...]Find out more
HOURS: Breakfast: 10am – Noon; Program: 11am – 3pm LOCATION: Storrowton Village Museum, Greenwich Red Barn CONTACT: Jackie Sullivan 413.205.5051 ADMISSION: Demonstration program is free; Breakfast $5 Learn about the history and folklore of one of New England’s earliest harvests – maple sugar. At the Gilbert Farmstead, see a demonstration of a sugar camp and [...]Find out more
Join us for a discussion around a parent's role in helping a family member expand their food choices. The workshop will answer the questions: What is typical behavior around mealtimes and trying new foods? What if my child is stuck on one or two foods? What do the experts recommend for best practices? Available resources [...]Find out more
The Healing Power of the Drum Wednesday, March 13th 9:30-11:30 a.m.Join us for an Interactive high energy, spiritually enlivening experience to release, (re)connect, (re)claim, & rejoice in the presence of self & others, in a loving, supportive & sacred space. Led by local musician, teacher, activist, and survivor Iréne I-SHEA Shaikly. No previous drumming experience [...]Find out more
The Human Service Forum and UMass Amherst University Without Walls are collaborating to bring together human service employees who are interested in going back to school. Local colleges and universities will be sharing their night, weekend, online, and continuing education programs with those who are interesting in pursuing or advancing a career in the Human [...]Find out more
Chronic Pain Self-Management helps people build self-confidence to assume an active role in managing their chronic pain by exploring... • The root cause of pain • Distraction and relaxation techniques • Techniques for dealing with difficult emotions, stress, fatigue, isolation, and poor sleep • Appropriate exercise • Strategies on healthy eating, weight management, and nutrition [...]Find out more
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Clinical Social Workers is an eight-week educational program that enables you to explore a wide variety of mindfulness practices in a supported setting with other clinicians. Research has demonstrated that MBSR has measurable benefits including reducing stress, fostering emotional regulation and promoting well-being. This structured, sequential program provides a [...]Find out more
Empty Bowls, Monday, March 18, 2019 4 to 8 pm at The Pub, 15 East Pleasant St., Amherst to benefit the Amherst Survival Center Tickets: $40 per person, includes soup, salad, bread and a beautiful handcrafted bowl $30 per person, includes soup, salad, bread (no bowl) Please join us at The Pub anytime between 4 pm to 8 [...]Find out more
Chronic Disease Self-Management helps people build self-confidence to assume an active role in managing their chronic illness through… • The mind-body connection • Getting a good night’s sleep • Action planning • Physical activity and exercise • Dealing with difficult emotions and depression • Healthy eating • Relaxation • Communication skills Local volunteer leaders lead [...]Find out more
Borrow from a mediator’s toolkit - express yourself in ways to be heard and to promote understanding, and solve problems so that everyone walks away more satisfied. With Option A’s five classes you’ll learn the core communication and conflict resolution skills mediators use; take Option B’s eight classes and you’ll add knowledge and and practice [...]Find out more
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