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Autism: School Year Success

Autism: School Year Success

Free Seminar on Saturday, October 12th, Noon at the Novi Better Health Market


How To Combine ABA & Diet For A Great School Year


• Managing diet, behaviors & energy for a successful school year
• Tackling the behavior problems that can derail success
• Eating right for school success (even if your child is on a special diet)
• How to successfully combine school and therapy.


Reena NaamiReena Naami is the owner and director of the Spark Center for Autism in Farmington Hills. She started the Spark Center in 2014 after moving back to Michigan with the intention of making Michigan a better place for children and families with Autism. She has her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Central Michigan University and a Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida State University. In 2016 her center was the first center in Michigan, and one of the first in the country, to receive the highly sought after BHCOE Accreditation recognizing it as a top Autism therapy provider.


Stephanie CraneStephanie Crane is a licensed social worker with a Master’s degree from the University of Michigan- Ann Arbor. She has spent over 20 years advocating for individuals with Autism, a journey that started when her own son was diagnosed with Autism at the age of two. She later went on to create, and was the initial director of, the Judson Center Autism Connections program and was one of the leading advocates who fought to change the Autism insurance coverage laws in Michigan. In addition, Stephanie is a certified personal trainer and certified integrative wellness coach. Her son, originally diagnosed at 2, is now considered “recovered’ from Autism and is a sophomore at Lawrence Tech pursuing a degree in Computer Science.

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  • Saturday, October 12th, Noon at the Novi Better Health Market

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