Workshop
Total # of Workshop = 47
CartStart DateTime # of Weeks TitleMaxEnrolledCostLocation
Fully Booked
Wed Sep 09, 2015 6:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
CHAP Orientation
A mandatory Orientation session for workers joining the CHAP Program workerbank. CHAP Orientation will review what is respite, roles & responsibilities of the respite worker, a discussion of recreational activities and a brief introduction to behavioural strategies. Note: This CHAP Orientation is available to York Region candidates with a prior intake interview through the York Region Coordinator.
Note: Please contact kdelong@yssn.ca for more information or if registration is closed
0 0
York
Central East
[Map]
More...
Fully Booked
Waitlist
Reg closes: Fri Sep 04, 2015
Fri Sep 11, 2015 10:00 am
to
1:00 pm
Dealing with Challenging Behaviours Flyer
This interactive and practical workshop will first review the most common causes of challenging behaviors, will then discuss and practice how to gather data to determine such causes, and will go on to discuss how to design an individualized behavioral intervention plan. Lecture presentation, group- activities, and video-examples will all be incorporated to maximize participant skill development.
25 27
York
Central East
[Map]
More...
Fully Booked
Tue Sep 15, 2015 10:00 am
to
1:00 pm
Autism and Wandering: Teaching safety skills to children with autism
THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN HKPR.PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. It’s happened to every parent and many educators, one minute you are with your child or student with special needs and in a distracted moment you turn away, you turn back and they are gone. This is especially difficult for a parent or educator working with a child with special needs because the child may not understand the dangers or risks they may face. In this interactive and pragmatic workshop you will learn strategies that you can use to prevent wandering and to ensure that you are reunited if they do wander as quickly as possible. How to teach your child/student what to do if they get lost and how to know if your child/student is ready to learn this and what pre-requisite skills are necessary. This workshop is suitable for parents, teachers, respite & support workers.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
HKPR
Central East
[Map]
More...
Fully Booked
Tue Sep 15, 2015 10:00 am
to
1:00 pm
Autism and Wandering: Teaching safety skills to children with autism Flyer
It’s happened to every parent and many educators, one minute you are with your child or student with special needs and in a distracted moment you turn away, you turn back and they are gone. This is especially difficult for a parent or educator working with a child with special needs because the child may not understand the dangers or risks they may face. In this interactive and pragmatic workshop you will learn strategies that you can use to prevent wandering and to ensure that you are reunited if they do wander as quickly as possible. How to teach your child/student what to do if they get lost. How to know if your child/student is ready to learn this and what pre-requisite skills are necessary. Strategies that you can use to go practice this skill, and considerations for individualizing how to teach this to your child/student.
Note: This workshop is suitable for parents, teachers, respite & support workers!
12 12
York
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Fri Sep 11, 2015
Fri Sep 18, 2015 9:30 am
to
12:30 pm
Autism and Wandering: Teaching safety skills to children with autism Flyer
It’s happened to every parent and many educators, one minute you are with your child or student with special needs and in a distracted moment you turn away, you turn back and they are gone. This is especially difficult for a parent or educator working with a child with special needs because the child may not understand the dangers or risks they may face. In this interactive and pragmatic workshop you will learn strategies that you can use to prevent wandering and to ensure that you are reunited if they do wander as quickly as possible. How to teach your child/student what to do if they get lost. How to know if your child/student is ready to learn this and what pre-requisite skills are necessary. Strategies that you can use to go practice this skill, and considerations for individualizing how to teach this to your child/student.
Note: This workshop is suitable for parents, teachers, respite & support workers!
30 6
Durham
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Sun Sep 13, 2015
Fri Sep 18, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
The Hidden Curriculum - Assisting Individuals with ASD to Navigate the Unwritten Rules of Various Environments Flyer
This workshop will explore the many hidden rules of our world and how to help individuals on the spectrum understand and learn them. It is geared to individuals on the spectrum who have strong cognitive and language skills but have difficulty interpreting and responding appropriately to social situations and emotions. Participants will learn how to use a variety of strategies to understand the hidden curriculum. These strategies may include social narratives, cartooning, social autopsies, power cards, and video modeling. Participants will leave gain a better understanding of what the hidden curriculum refers to and why individuals with ASD have difficulty in this area. Participants will leave with an understanding of how dynamic and elusive the unwritten rules in every environment are and the impact they have on behaviour.
20 4
HKPR
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Thu Sep 17, 2015
Sat Sep 19, 2015 9:00 am
to
4:00 pm
CHAP Support Worker Orientation
A mandatory orientation session for potential support workers joining the CHAP program worker bank. Families and their support workers are welcome to attend the orientation. The day includes an introduction to supporting families and their child who has a disability, an introduction to understanding the meaning of respite, understanding and developing roles, language, community involvement, the support worker's roles and responsibilities with families and respiteservices.com. Please bring your own brown bag lunch and arrive at 8:45 as we will start promptly at 9:00
Note: if registration is closed please contact training supervisor.
30 2
Durham
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Wed Sep 16, 2015
Wed Sep 23, 2015 10:00 am
to
1:00 pm
Autism and Wandering: Teaching safety skills to children with autism Flyer
It’s happened to every parent and many educators, one minute you are with your child or student with special needs and in a distracted moment you turn away, you turn back and they are gone. This is especially difficult for a parent or educator working with a child with special needs because the child may not understand the dangers or risks they may face. In this interactive and pragmatic workshop you will learn strategies that you can use to prevent wandering and to ensure that you are reunited if they do wander as quickly as possible. How to teach your child/student what to do if they get lost. How to know if your child/student is ready to learn this and what pre-requisite skills are necessary. Strategies that you can use to go practice this skill, and considerations for individualizing how to teach this to your child/student.
Note: This workshop is suitable for parents, teachers, respite & support workers!
25 10
Simcoe
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Mon Sep 21, 2015
Fri Sep 25, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
Teens with ASD – Navigating the High School World and Beyond! Flyer
This interactive and practical workshop will cover numerous practical topics of interest for teens on the spectrum and other adults in their lives. Topics will include: navigating the social world of friends in high school; tips for successful dating; planning for and succeeding in college; becoming your own self advocate; succeeding in high school, addressing puberty and sexuality, and moving towards independence.
25 3
HKPR
Central East
[Map]
More...
Registration Ended
Sat Sep 26, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
It Makes Sense Flyer
Please see attached flyer for more details
Note: please register for this workshop through eventbrite http://itmakessensesept26.eventbrite.ca
60 0
Halton
Central West
[Map]
More...
Registration Ended
Sat Sep 26, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
It Makes sense (This is a joint peel/halton workshop taking place at CWSDS @ 53 Bond street Oakville) Flyer
Please see attached flyer for more details about this sensory workshop.
Note: please register for this workshop through eventbrite http://itmakessensesept26.eventbrite.ca
60 0
Peel
Central West
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Mon Sep 28, 2015
Tue Sep 29, 2015 6:30 pm
to
8:30 pm
ASD: Supporting a New Diagnosis
This session is designed to help respite workers, parents, friends & family and agency staff gain an increased understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders including Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and PDD-NOS. This workshop will provide an overview of the Autism Spectrum with an emphasis on practical support strategies and approaches.
30 5
Dufferin
Central West
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Fri Sep 25, 2015
Tue Sep 29, 2015 6:30 pm
to
8:30 pm
ASD: Supporting a new Diagnosis
This session is designed to help respite workers, parents, friends & family and agency staff gain an increased understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders including Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and PDD-NOS. This workshop will provide an overview of the Autism Spectrum with an emphasis on practical support strategies and approaches.
30 7
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Fri Sep 25, 2015
Wed Sep 30, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
Healthy & Safe Sexuality in ASD Flyer
This interactive workshop will help participants to understand and support healthy and safe sexuality with individuals with ASD. Topics will include: Fears Related to Sexuality, Issues in Sexual Development, Puberty, Hygiene, Factors Influencing Social and Sexual Behaviour, Identifying and Addressing Inappropriate Social/Sexual Behaviours, and Safety on the internet.
20 16
Simcoe
Central East
[Map]
More...
Fully Booked
Fri Oct 02, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
Autism & Aging: What Happens Next?
THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN DURHAM REGION.PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. This interactive workshop will examine a variety of issues relating to Autism and Aging including: accessing community agencies and supports, employment, relationships, independent living, nurturing hobbies and interests, and understanding the perspective of someone on the spectrum. This workshop will aim to provide a broad factual review of these topics and then a focus upon empowering the participant with practical information, skills, and ideas which they can then take away and apply to enrich the lives of adults of ASD. This workshop is open both to individuals with ASD themselves as well as caregivers or workers.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
Durham
Central East
[Map]
More...
Fully Booked
Fri Oct 02, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
Autism & Aging: What Happens Next?
THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN THE HKPR REGION.PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. This interactive workshop will examine a variety of issues relating to Autism and Aging including: accessing community agencies and supports, employment, relationships, independent living, nurturing hobbies and interests, and understanding the perspective of someone on the spectrum. This workshop will aim to provide a broad factual review of these topics and then a focus upon empowering the participant with practical information, skills, and ideas which they can then take away and apply to enrich the lives of adults of ASD. This workshop is open both to individuals with ASD themselves as well as caregivers or workers.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
HKPR
Central East
[Map]
More...
Fully Booked
Fri Oct 02, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
Autism & Aging: What Happens Next?
THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN SIMOCE REGION.PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. This interactive workshop will examine a variety of issues relating to Autism and Aging including: accessing community agencies and supports, employment, relationships, independent living, nurturing hobbies and interests, and understanding the perspective of someone on the spectrum. This workshop will aim to provide a broad factual review of these topics and then a focus upon empowering the participant with practical information, skills, and ideas which they can then take away and apply to enrich the lives of adults of ASD. This workshop is open both to individuals with ASD themselves as well as caregivers or workers.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
Simcoe
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Mon Sep 28, 2015
Fri Oct 02, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
Autism & Aging: What Happens Next? Flyer
While a person with ASD is a child or teen there exists a variety of supports within the school system, community and funding agencies upon which they and their families can draw support. Unfortunately, once adulthood is reached it can become much more challenging to find support despite the fact that many adults with ASD continue to face challenges across the lifespan. This interactive workshop will examine a variety of issues relating to Autism and Aging including: accessing community agencies and supports, employment, relationships, independent living, nurturing hobbies and interests, and understanding the perspective of someone on the spectrum. This workshop will aim to provide a broad factual review of these topics and then a focus upon empowering the participant with practical information, skills, and ideas which they can then take away and apply to enrich the lives of adults of ASD. This workshop is open both to individuals with ASD themselves as well as caregivers or workers.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
12 6
York
Central East
[Map]
More...
Registration Ended
Sat Oct 03, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
It makes Sense (joint waterloo/wellington/dufferin workshop) Flyer
Please see attached flyer for more information about this sensory workshop. Please register through eventbrite http://itmakessenseoct3.eventbrite.ca
Note: Please register for this workshop through eventbrite http://itmakessenseoct3.eventbrite.ca
50 0
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
[Map]
More...
Registration Ended
Sat Oct 03, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
It Makes Sense (joint Waterloo/wellington/dufferin workshop @ Ontario Early years stone road mall guelph) Flyer
please see attached flyer for further details regarding this sensory workshop. Please register through eventbrite http://itmakessenseoct3.eventbrite.ca
Note: Please register through eventbrite http://itmakessenseoct3.eventbrite.ca
50 0
Waterloo
Central West
[Map]
More...
Fully Booked
Thu Oct 08, 2015 1:00 pm
to
4:00 pm
CHAP Orientation
A mandatory Orientation session for workers joining the CHAP Program workerbank. CHAP Orientation will review what is respite, roles & responsibilities of the respite worker, a discussion of recreational activities and a brief introduction to behavioural strategies. Note: This CHAP Orientation is available to York Region candidates with a prior intake interview through the York Region Coordinator.
Note: Please contact kdelong@yssn.ca for more information or if registration is closed
0 0
York
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Mon Oct 12, 2015
Wed Oct 14, 2015 9:00 am
to
12:00 pm
Intro to Autism
Want to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? Come to this informative presentation to learn the basics about Autism and how it is diagnosed within the new DSM-V criteria. Participants will learn more about common features of ASD including Social Communication, Restricted & Repetitive Behaviour, Sensory Differences, and more. A great first step in your journey to becoming an Autism ‘expert’!
20 16
York
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Tue Oct 13, 2015
Wed Oct 14, 2015 6:30 pm
to
8:30 pm
What really works: strategies for managing anxiety
This workshop is designed to address the needs of those living with ASD and anxiety. It will provide support workers with the ability to recognize the signs of anxiety and provide strategies to help individuals manage their anxiety and increase their coping skills.
25 13
Halton
Central West
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Mon Oct 12, 2015
Wed Oct 14, 2015 6:30 pm
to
8:30 pm
Building Social Connections
Have you ever wondered how you know what you know when it comes to social interactions? Did anyone actually teach you much of what you know about our social world. probably not. We just learned it through observation and experience. This workshop is desigened to address how individuals with ASD struggle to understand the social rules that no one taught us. We will explore ways in which these unwritten rules can be defined, taught and generalized across multiple environments.
30 2
Peel
Central West
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Mon Oct 12, 2015
Fri Oct 16, 2015 9:00 am
to
12:00 pm
Siblings of Children with ASD Flyer
This interactive workshop will help participants to understand the experience and needs of siblings of children with ASD and what supports can be helpful to encourage healthy coping and development. Note: This workshop is also being offered via video-conference in sites all across Ontario.
30 3
Durham
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Thu Oct 15, 2015
Sat Oct 17, 2015 9:00 am
to
4:00 pm
CHAP Support Worker Orientation
A mandatory orientation session for potential support workers joining the CHAP program worker bank. Families and their support workers are welcome to attend the orientation. The day includes an introduction to supporting families and their child who has a disability, an introduction to understanding the meaning of respite, understanding and developing roles, language, community involvement, the support worker's roles and responsibilities with families and respiteservices.com. Please bring your own brown bag lunch and arrive at 8:45 as we will start promptly at 9:00
Note: if registration is closed please contact training supervisor.
30 0
Durham
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Tue Oct 13, 2015
Tue Oct 20, 2015 9:00 am
to
12:30 pm
Conversations about Autism Flyer
This workshop will help individuals reframe their perspectives about "disability" and provide concrete strategies to have better conversations about diagnosis with individuals, families (your own or one you support) about the experiences of autism. Participants can expect to leave this workshop thinking and reflecting, better prepared to have difficult conversations.
Note: This workshop is suitable for parents, respite and support workers
25 4
York
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Mon Oct 19, 2015
Mon Oct 26, 2015 12:00 pm
to
3:00 pm
Autism & Hearing Sensitivities Flyer
This workshop will help parents better understand why children with autism are sensitive to loud sounds, and annoyed or frightened by specific sounds. It will provide parents with strategies to try at home with their child and a list of resources for further support. Sabrina DeToma is an Audiologist with a clinical doctor degree in Audiology. She has almost 10 years of experience working with children and adults to address their hearing healthcare needs, and is also the director and owner of Salus Hearing Centre.
20 8
Simcoe
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Fri Oct 23, 2015
Tue Oct 27, 2015 6:30 pm
to
8:30 pm
Visual Strategies :Make and Take
This practical session is designed to assist respite workers, parents, caregivers and agency staff with learning how to build, use and implement strategies. An overview of First-Then boards, visual schedules, choice boards and more. Participants will leave with a visual aid.
30 1
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Fri Oct 23, 2015
Fri Oct 30, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
The Challenge of Constant Change – Assisting Individuals on the Spectrum with Transitions Flyer
Many individuals with ASD find transitions challenging whether it is a minor transition such as from one activity to another, or a major transition such as moving to a new school or home. We will explore types of transitions, why transitions are often an issue for this population and strategies and resources to reduce the anxiety associated with these transitions. This workshop applies to all ability levels and age ranges of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
25 7
Durham
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Wed Oct 28, 2015
Tue Nov 03, 2015 9:30 am
to
1:00 pm
From Special Interest to Life Skills - Part 2 Flyer
This is the follow up session to “From Special Interest to Life Skills” focused on enthusiasms of people with ASD and their various functions. Part 2 of this workshop delves deeper into mapping out possible connections between those interests and social or “connecting” activities and also extending these into an Action Plan for Transition. This workshop will • Identify a variety of functions that special interests and serve in people with an ASD. • Unpack those functions in greater detail (than Part 1) to create ideas for related activities. • Lay out the Social/Vocational Map in more detail to formulate a detailed step by step Action Plan for Transition.
17 4
York
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Wed Nov 04, 2015
Tue Nov 10, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
Healthy & Safe Sexuality in ASD Flyer
This interactive workshop will help participants to understand and support healthy and safe sexuality with individuals with ASD. Topics will include: Fears Related to Sexuality, Issues in Sexual Development, Puberty, Hygiene, Factors Influencing Social and Sexual Behaviour, Identifying and Addressing Inappropriate Social/Sexual Behaviours, and Safety on the internet.
20 1
Durham
Central East
[Map]
More...
Fully Booked
Tue Nov 17, 2015 6:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
CHAP Orientation
A mandatory Orientation session for workers joining the CHAP Program workerbank. CHAP Orientation will review what is respite, roles & responsibilities of the respite worker, a discussion of recreational activities and a brief introduction to behavioural strategies. Note: This CHAP Orientation is available to York Region candidates with a prior intake interview through the York Region Coordinator.
Note: Please contact kdelong@yssn.ca for more information or if registration is closed
0 0
York
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Mon Nov 16, 2015
Tue Nov 17, 2015 6:30 pm
to
8:30 pm
Visual Strategies: Make and Take
This practical session is designed to assist respite workers, parents, caregivers and agency staff with learning how to build, use and implement strategies. An overview of First-Then boards, visual schedules, choice boards and more. Participants will leave with a visual aid.
30 3
Dufferin
Central West
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Fri Nov 13, 2015
Fri Nov 20, 2015 9:30 am
to
12:30 pm
Mindfulness: Tips for Connecting to the Present Moment Flyer
This half day workshop will introduce the concept of mindfulness and discuss practical tips on how to integrate mindfulness and mindfulness meditation into your different aspects of your life. Presenters will discuss how mindfulness has the potential to increase connection with others and increase your ability to cope with stress. There will be opportunity to discuss practical ways to integrate meditation into your daily life.
Note: Childcare is not provided.
25 0
HKPR
Central East
[Map]
More...
Fully Booked
Fri Nov 20, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
Autism & Bullying Effective Strategies for Prevention and Intervention
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN THE DURHAM REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. This workshop will examine bullying from a variety of perspectives. It will explore the reasons why children on the ASD spectrum are more at risk of being bullied and explore strategies that can be put in place in schools and community settings to prevent bullying. It was also review skills that can be taught to the children with ASD to prevent them from becoming victims of bullying, and discuss strategies to address bullying if it is already occurring both from a school, community, and parent perspective.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
Durham
Central East
[Map]
More...
Fully Booked
Fri Nov 20, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
Autism & Bullying Effective Strategies for Prevention and Intervention
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN THE HKPR REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. This workshop will examine bullying from a variety of perspectives. It will explore the reasons why children on the ASD spectrum are more at risk of being bullied and explore strategies that can be put in place in schools and community settings to prevent bullying. It was also review skills that can be taught to the children with ASD to prevent them from becoming victims of bullying, and discuss strategies to address bullying if it is already occurring both from a school, community, and parent perspective.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
HKPR
Central East
[Map]
More...
Fully Booked
Fri Nov 20, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
Autism & Bullying Effective Strategies for Prevention and Intervention
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN THE SIMCOE REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. This workshop will examine bullying from a variety of perspectives. It will explore the reasons why children on the ASD spectrum are more at risk of being bullied and explore strategies that can be put in place in schools and community settings to prevent bullying. It was also review skills that can be taught to the children with ASD to prevent them from becoming victims of bullying, and discuss strategies to address bullying if it is already occurring both from a school, community, and parent perspective.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
Simcoe
Central East
[Map]
More...
Fully Booked
Fri Nov 20, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
Autism & Bullying Effective Strategies for Prevention and Intervention Flyer
This workshop will examine bullying from a variety of perspectives. It will explore the reasons why children on the ASD spectrum are more at risk of being bullied and explore strategies that can be put in place in schools and community settings to prevent bullying. It was also review skills that can be taught to the children with ASD to prevent them from becoming victims of bullying, and discuss strategies to address bullying if it is already occurring both from a school, community, and parent perspective. THIS LIVE PRESENTATION WILL BE VIDEO BROADCAST FROM THIS LOCATION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER AT ANOTHER LOCATION.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
12 12
York
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Thu Nov 19, 2015
Sat Nov 21, 2015 9:00 am
to
4:00 pm
CHAP Support Worker Orientation
A mandatory orientation session for potential support workers joining the CHAP program worker bank. Families and their support workers are welcome to attend the orientation. The day includes an introduction to supporting families and their child who has a disability, an introduction to understanding the meaning of respite, understanding and developing roles, language, community involvement, the support worker's roles and responsibilities with families and respiteservices.com. Please bring your own brown bag lunch and arrive at 8:45 as we will start promptly at 9:00
Note: if registration is closed please contact training supervisor.
30 0
Durham
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Mon Nov 23, 2015
Wed Nov 25, 2015 6:30 pm
to
8:30 pm
Using Visuals: Make and Take
This practical session is designed to assist respite workers, parents, caregivers and agency staff with learning how to use and build visual aids. An overview of First-Then boards, visual schedules, choice boards and more. Participants will leave with a visual aid.
20 2
Peel
Central West
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Fri Nov 27, 2015
Tue Dec 01, 2015 6:30 pm
to
8:30 pm
Building Social Connections
This workshop is designed to identify how individuals with ASD struggle to understand social rules and expectations. We will explore ways in which these rules can be defined, taught and generalized across multiple environments.
30 6
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Thu Dec 03, 2015
Sat Dec 05, 2015 9:00 am
to
4:00 pm
CHAP Support Worker Orientation
A mandatory orientation session for potential support workers joining the CHAP program worker bank. Families and their support workers are welcome to attend the orientation. The day includes an introduction to supporting families and their child who has a disability, an introduction to understanding the meaning of respite, understanding and developing roles, language, community involvement, the support worker's roles and responsibilities with families and respiteservices.com. Please bring your own brown bag lunch and arrive at 8:45 as we will start promptly at 9:00
Note: if registration is closed please contact training supervisor.
30 0
Durham
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Tue Dec 01, 2015
Tue Dec 08, 2015 10:00 am
to
4:00 pm
ABA Strategies Parents can use at Home Flyer
This workshop will empower parents of children with autism with knowledge of the most parent and family friendly ABA intervention techniques. They will leave the workshop with a clear understanding of the basic principles of ABA and how these approaches are used in a variety of specific family and community friendly intervention approaches such as PRT, NET, TEACCH, and Classic ABA. Parents will have rehearsed and be equipped with the ability to analyze their child's current abilities and challenges to determine appropriate goals to target using ABA techniques. They will also know how to to develop specific ABA strategies and teaching approaches to use with their child in their home and the community. Respite Workers or other ASD professionals who attend the workshop will have gained an understanding of which ABA approaches are family and community friendly and how to support parents in their search for information and subsequent implementation of ABA.
Note: This workshop is suitable for parents, respite and support workers
25 14
York
Central East
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Fri Jan 08, 2016
Tue Jan 12, 2016 7:00 pm
to
9:00 pm
What really works: Strategies for managing anxiety
This workshop is designed to address the needs of those living with ASD and anxiety. It will provide support workers with the ability to recognize the signs of anxiety and provide strategies to help individuals manage their anxiety and increase their coping skills.
30 5
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Mon Jan 25, 2016
Wed Jan 27, 2016 6:30 pm
to
8:30 pm
Getting through the day: Looking at Daily Transitions
Individuals often struggle to deal with change and transition. This workshop will assist respite workers, parents, caregivers and agency staff in planning for successful transitions. It will address some of the possible strategies for dealing with daily living.
30 1
Peel
Central West
[Map]
More...
Add
Reg closes: Mon Feb 29, 2016
Tue Mar 01, 2016 6:30 pm
to
8:30 pm
Internet Safety: Do's and Don'ts
TBD
30 0
Dufferin
Central West
[Map]
More...
All prices in Canadian Dollars