This can be delivered as a 2 part series, OR both as an all day event! How would it fit YOUR Training needs?
Overview: “If you've met one individual with autism, you've met one individual with autism.”- Stephen Shore.
Autism Spectrum Disorder is a very broad diagnosis categorized by a group of symptoms and a designation of the level of support needed. In this training we will discuss these characteristics/symptoms and support levels and explore how these levels affect daily life, school, and therapeutic participation. We will explore questions you can ask/discuss with parents/caregivers that will give you further insight about your unique client and how their challenges may be affecting behavior.
Overview: This training will discuss and explore how you can modify therapeutic and skill training activities by taking into consideration ASD Support level 1, 2, or 3 and chronological/developmental age. This training will demonstrate how to modify an example activity using an individual’s designated support level, chronological/developmental age, and further insights gained through parent/caregiver interview. You will participate in small groups to re-create an activity based on assigned variables described in a vignette and present to the large group.