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Helping Children with Autism to Navigate the Social World

205 - 1120 Victoria ST N
Kitchener,
Ontario, Canada
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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 children and adults 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 two part course. You must take Part One (Wed, Oct 30, 2019) to understand Part Two (Wed, Nov 6, 2019).

 

Appropriate For: Parents and Caregivers

 

Presenter: 

Stuart Lamont, B.SD., RSSW

 

Location:

Workshops will be held in the Training Room at Developmental Services Resource Centre at 205 – 1120 Victoria St. N., Kitchener, Ontario.

 

Please call at 519-741-1121 or email at r.khanam@dscwr.com or register online.

Registration is required by October 28, 2019.

 

Name: Helping Children with Autism to Navigate the Social World
Price: Free
Address: 205 - 1120 Victoria ST N
Kitchener,
Ontario, Canada
Date: Wednesday October 30, 2019 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Categories: Community Event