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DSRC-Communication Skill Development & Autism

205 - 1120 Victoria ST N
Ontario, Canada
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This workshop will provide an overview of practical strategies to support communication development for individuals with ASD and will cover the following topics: • Social Communication Skills: conversational skills, theory of mind, comic strip conversations, hidden curriculum • Expressive Language: literal language, echolalia, scripts • Comprehension: visual supports, modifying language. 
Presenter: Lorraine Otto, M.Sc., CCC,  Speech Language Pathologist (Reg. CASLPO)


Appropriate for: Parents and caregivers of individuals with ASD


Register by: April 27, 2020

Online: Go to http://www.dscwr.com/workshops-clinics-training/ and click on the ‘Details and Registration’ button at the right of each workshop.


By Mail: Send your completed registration form to: Information Resource Assistant, Developmental Services Resource Centre  205-1120 Victoria St. N., Kitchener, ON N2B 3T2

By Fax: Fax your completed registration form to: (519) 743-4730,  Attention: Information Resource Assistant

By Email: Include all the information requested on the Registration Form and forward to: r.khanam@dscwr.com

By Phone: (519) 741-1121, and ask for the Information Resource Assistant





Name: DSRC-Communication Skill Development & Autism
Price: Free
Address: 205 - 1120 Victoria ST N
Ontario, Canada
Date: Wednesday April 29, 2020 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Categories: Community Event