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xMinds Downloadable Handouts 

We have created this page to facilitate sharing information about xMinds events. Everyone is welcome to download and distribute our flyers. All our events are free, and we encourage as many people as possible to access them. These flyers are in pdf and jpg format and can be emailed, downloaded or printed. 

Flyers in English:

What Is xMinds? (PDF, JPG page 1, JPG, page 2

IEP Roadmap (PDF, JPG page 1, JPG page 2)

xMinds 5 Monthly Events: 4 Discussion Groups and Meetup 

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November dates (PDF, JPG)

Small Steps Together (PDF, JPG) -- Discussion Group for parents/guardians of elementary and preschool students on the spectrum, November 27th.

Let's Talk Transitions (PDF, JPG) -- Discussion Group for parents/guardians of middle and high school students on the spectrum, November 29th.

People of The Global Majority (PDF, JPG)-- Discussion Group for parents/guardians of BIPOC students on the spectrum. Special presentation of "Stress on the Spectrum," December 4th.

Playground Meetup  (PDFJPG)  --  Meet other parents of autistic elementary and preschool kids, November 18th.

Is This Autism? A Framework for Understanding (PDF, JPG) -- Join xMinds for a presentation that promises to change the way you think about autism. December 5th. 

Flyers in Spanish: 

¿Qué es xMinds (PDF, JPG page 1, JPG page 2) -- What is xMinds?

Hablemos Educación Especial -- Grupo de Discusión de Padres Discussion (PDF, JPG) -- el 1 de noviembre. 

Encuentro en el Parque (PDF, JPG) -- Acompáñenos para conocer a otros padres y cuidadores de niños y niñas en el espectro autista, preescolares y de primaria, el 18 de noviembre. 

¿Es esto autismo? Un marco para la comprensión (PDF, JPG) -- Únase a xMinds para una presentación que promete cambiar su forma de pensar sobre el autismo. 5 de diciembre 

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