Mom and Female Caregiver Events
Sip & Meet Event
November 4, 2023
Calling all moms and female caregivers! Join us for a relaxing afternoon of wine tasting, winery tour and guided discussions just for moms and female caregivers of individuals with autism. Have fun and build a support network with local moms!
Where: The Rejoicing Vine, 8440 W 82nd St, Indianapolis
When: Saturday, November 4th from 12-2pm
Who: Any mom or female caregiver of an individual with autism or other developmental disability. You do not have to be a current LittleStar family to attend.
Cost: $25. Registration includes a wine tasting, winery tour, glass of wine, snacks, and a goodie bag
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If you would like to make an additional donation during the registration process, your gift will support future programs like the Sip and Meet. Please know that an additional donation is not required.
For more information on our upcoming Telehealth groups for both children (ages 5-13) and adolescents (ages 14-18), click the links below or contact Jennifer Baker at [email protected].
Or call 317-495-5302
Meet our Staff
Jennifer Baker, MA, BCBA
Psychological Services Director
Jennifer is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst with 9 years of experience in the field working with individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental delays. Jennifer oversees our initial assessments for ABA treatment, social skills groups for all ages, and parent training webinars at LittleStar. She received her undergraduate degree in Human Development and Family Studies with a minor in Human Sexuality from Indiana University and completed her master’s program at Ball State University in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
Jennifer’s background is in community-based services where she consulted with teachers and school faculty across the Indianapolis area to facilitate successful transitions for LittleStar learners to school and community settings. Her clinical interests include interdisciplinary collaboration, social skills training, group and classroom-based interventions, and the fusion of acceptance and commitment therapy with applied behavior analysis. She is a passionate human rights advocate who believes in every learner’s right to live a happy, safe, and independent life.
For more information on our upcoming Telehealth groups for both children (ages 8-13) and adolescents (ages 14-18), click the links below or contact Jennifer Baker at [email protected].
Or call 317-495-5302