Helping Children with Autism Navigate the Social World

Tuesday, January 16 9:30AM → 1:30PM Eastern Time (GMT-05:00) Export

The objectives of the Helping Children with Autism Navigate the Social World reflect the premise that parents and caregivers need information resources and educational materials to help them develop social skills programming for individuals who have autism. Topics covered include: Developing an Action Plan, Identifying Core Skills, Developing a Social Skills Profile, Generating Useful Strategies, Exploring Ways to Observe Behaviour & Identify Alternative Behaviour, Understanding Behaviour within the Context of Social Skills. A model of Skill Learning will be presented. This is a 2-part course. You must take Part One to understand Part Two. Part Two will be held January 23 from 9:30am-1:30pm.
This workshop will be held in DSRC’s Training Room at 1120 Victoria St. N., Suite 205, Kitchener.


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Kerry-ASC Coordinator
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