Our series of workshops, offered in Spring and Fall, provide parents and caretakers a more academic look at the multi-faceted issues surrounding autism. This is why these workshops are also offered to professional and paraprofessional educators in the area who wish to better understand their own students with autism. Topics have included current trends in Autism diagnosis and treatment, understanding Applied Behavior Analysis and its use with children on the spectrum, playtime strategies for children with limited language, skills, and interests, and addressing challenging behaviors. The workshops are offered free to parents and caregivers, and a nominal fee is charged for professionals.
Spring 2019 Workshops
The Benefits of Creating and Using Visual Supports Tuesday, April 30th, 2019 4:00 – 7:00 Presented by Serena Rutella, Special Educator This workshop focuses on ideas and strategies for creating and using visual supports to help with everyday activities and learning.
Prevention Is The Best Intervention: De-escalating Challenging Behavior ~ Pt 2 Monday, May 13th, 2019 4:00 – 7:00 Presented by Tiffany Francese-Sears, Behavior Intervention Specialist Part two of this workshop will help attendees to manage challenging behaviors when they occur. Challenging behaviors can be prevented when participants understand the risk and protective factors in the child’s life by creating a more responsive environment.
Workshop Pricing Workshops are free for family members and primary care givers of individuals with ASD. To RSVP, please email Leah Siuta with the workshops you will attend.
Workshops for interested professionals and paraprofessionals and are $65 per workshop ($150 for all three). Educators can earn 3 CTLE Credits per workshop. To register for all three workshops: Click Here. To register for two workshop: Click Here. To register for a single workshop: Click Here. To mail in your registration: Click Here.
All are held at our Kingston location.