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Total # of Workshop = 44
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Tue Oct 04, 2016 6:30 pm
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8:30 pm
ASD: Supoorting 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.
Note: You may also register for this workshop through the Dufferin Parent Support Network
25 0
Dufferin
Central West
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Reg closes: Sat Oct 01, 2016
Wed Oct 05, 2016 10:00 am
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3:00 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 Highschool, Addressing puberty and sexuality, and moving towards independence.
Note: Lunch will only be 30 minutes and will not be provided.
12 4
HKPR
Central East
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Reg closes: Mon Oct 03, 2016
Fri Oct 07, 2016 9:30 am
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3:30 pm
You Have Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself: Assisting Individuals with ASD to Cope With Anxiety Flyer
Many individuals with ASD have high anxiety levels. This workshop will explore the possible reasons for anxiety and various techniques, strategies and resources to assist individuals on the spectrum to get to a calmer state. This workshop applies to all ability levels and age ranges of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
30 25
HKPR
Central East
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Reg closes: Wed Oct 12, 2016
Fri Oct 14, 2016 9:30 am
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3:30 pm
Understanding the Hidden Curriculum Flyer
This workshop will assist individuals on the autism spectrum to develop a greater understanding of the hidden social information (e.g. hidden curriculum) in our world and how to generalize it to other settings. It will review what the hidden curriculum refers to and it's complexity, cover an understanding of why individuals with ASD have difficulty in this area, and discuss strategies and resources useful in learning and generalizing the hidden curriculum. Part of the workshop will focus on the experiences of the participants.
20 5
HKPR
Central East
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Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:00 am
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4:00 pm
Let's talk about pain (joint Wellington/Waterloo/Dufferin workshop) Flyer
The focus of this workshop is: • Understanding Pain in relation to behavior in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Developmental Disabilities • Strategies to help recognize and assess pain • Tips and techniques for managing pain
40 0
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
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Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:00 am
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4:00 pm
Let's talk about pain (This is a joint Wellington/Waterloo/Dufferin Workshop held at CMHA in Guelph)
The focus of this workshop is: • Understanding Pain in relation to behavior in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Developmental Disabilities • Strategies to help recognize and assess pain • Tips and techniques for managing pain
Note: This workshop will be help at CMHA_WWD @ 80 Waterloo Avenue Guelph
40 0
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
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Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:00 am
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4:00 pm
Let's talk about pain (joint wellington/Waterloo/Dufferin workshop) Flyer
The focus of this workshop is: • Understanding Pain in relation to behavior in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Developmental Disabilities • Strategies to help recognize and assess pain • Tips and techniques for managing pain
Note: This workshop will be help at CMHA-WWD @ 80 Waterloo Ave. Guelph
40 0
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
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Tue Oct 18, 2016 6:00 pm
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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 1
York
Central East
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Wed Oct 19, 2016 6:30 pm
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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.
20 0
Peel
Central West
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Reg closes: Sat Oct 22, 2016
Sat Oct 22, 2016 9:00 am
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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
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Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:00 am
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3:00 pm
Positive Parenting
PLEASE NOTE:THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN DURHAM REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. Parents will learn how to recognize and respond to their child's inappropriate behaviours; the difference between reinforcement and punishment; recognize when it's not just a phase; and the 5 rules to positive parenting.
Note: ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN DURHAM REGION - register with tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
Durham
Central East
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Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:00 am
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3:00 pm
Positive Parenting
PLEASE NOTE:THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN HKPR REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. Parents will learn how to recognize and respond to their child's inappropriate behaviours; the difference between reinforcement and punishment; recognize when it's not just a phase; and the 5 rules to positive parenting.
Note: ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN HKPR REGION - register with tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
HKPR
Central East
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Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:00 am
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3:00 pm
Positive Parenting
PLEASE NOTE:THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN SIMCOE REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. Parents will learn how to recognize and respond to their child's inappropriate behaviours; the difference between reinforcement and punishment; recognize when it's not just a phase; and the 5 rules to positive parenting.
Note: ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN SIMCOE REGION - register with tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
Simcoe
Central East
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Reg closes: Fri Oct 21, 2016
Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:00 am
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3:00 pm
Positive Parenting Flyer
Parents will learn how to recognize and respond to their child's inappropriate behaviours; the difference between reinforcement and punishment; recognize when it's not just a phase; and the 5 rules to positive parenting. 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 19
York
Central East
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Reg closes: Mon Oct 24, 2016
Thu Oct 27, 2016 9:30 am
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12:00 pm
Stand Up to Bullying Flyer
Understanding strategies that will help children and youth with ASD prevents incidents of bullying and will help them feel more socially confident and improve their relationships with peers. This workshop will explore ideas and strategies that will help parents and caregivers identify the signs that indicate that a child or youth is a victim of bullying and teasing, and discuss strategies that will help build skills to prevent the problem of victimization and bullying.
10 4
Durham
Central East
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Reg closes: Thu Oct 27, 2016
Thu Oct 27, 2016 9:30 am
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12:00 pm
Stand Up to Bullying
PLEASE NOTE:THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN HKPR REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. Understanding strategies that will help children and youth with ASD prevents incidents of bullying and will help them feel more socially confident and improve their relationships with peers. This workshop will explore ideas and strategies that will help parents and caregivers identify the signs that indicate that a child or youth is a victim of bullying and teasing, and discuss strategies that will help build skills to prevent the problem of victimization and bullying.
Note:  ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN HKPR REGION - register with tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
HKPR
Central East
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Reg closes: Thu Oct 27, 2016
Thu Oct 27, 2016 9:30 am
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12:00 pm
Stand Up to Bullying
PLEASE NOTE:THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN SIMCOE REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. Understanding strategies that will help children and youth with ASD prevents incidents of bullying and will help them feel more socially confident and improve their relationships with peers. This workshop will explore ideas and strategies that will help parents and caregivers identify the signs that indicate that a child or youth is a victim of bullying and teasing, and discuss strategies that will help build skills to prevent the problem of victimization and bullying.
Note:  ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN SIMCOE REGION - register with tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
Simcoe
Central East
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Reg closes: Thu Oct 27, 2016
Thu Oct 27, 2016 9:30 am
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12:00 pm
Stand Up to Bullying
PLEASE NOTE:THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN YORK REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER. Understanding strategies that will help children and youth with ASD prevents incidents of bullying and will help them feel more socially confident and improve their relationships with peers. This workshop will explore ideas and strategies that will help parents and caregivers identify the signs that indicate that a child or youth is a victim of bullying and teasing, and discuss strategies that will help build skills to prevent the problem of victimization and bullying.
Note:  ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN YORK REGION - register with tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 1
York
Central East
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Tue Nov 01, 2016 6:30 pm
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8:30 pm
Strategies for teaching individuals with ASD online safety skills
This workshop will introduce participants to popular websites and social media sites, outlining the risks and strengths involved with each. It is designed to teach respite workers, caregivers and agency staff how to keep children and teens safe online, with practical steps and tools.
20 0
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
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Reg closes: Wed Oct 26, 2016
Wed Nov 02, 2016 9:30 am
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3:30 pm
A Grandparent's Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders Flyer
This interactive and practical workshop will aim to provide a practical and comprehensive review of ASD for grandparents. It will provide an overview of what ASD is and an understanding of some of the most common challenges faced by parents of children with ASD. It will also discuss how they can provide support to their grandchild with ASD, their siblings, and the parents of the child with ASD. Furthermore, a review of common intervention and behavioral management strategies will be provided to help grandparents better understand the basics of ABA and how/why certain interventions or behavioral management techniques may be being used with their grandchild with ASD. Finally, some practical suggestions regarding how to build positive relationships with grandchildren with ASD will be provided.
30 13
Simcoe
Central East
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Reg closes: Tue Nov 01, 2016
Fri Nov 04, 2016 9:00 am
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3:00 pm
Moving Towards Independence with Functional Life Skills Flyer
This workshop will explore functional life skills of all ability levels and age ranges of individuals on the spectrum which may increase their independence and quality of life in the areas of communication, social, self-care, leisure, safety, vocational, emotional, and self-advocacy skills. It will also look at the factors involved in choosing which skills to focus on and strategies to support individuals in acquiring these skills.
Note: Please use rear entrance off the parking lot - front doors will be locked.
25 18
York
Central East
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Reg closes: Tue Nov 01, 2016
Mon Nov 07, 2016 9:30 am
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3:30 pm
Parenting the 2nd Time Around Flyer
In Canada 75,185 children are being raised by their grandparents. Grandfamilies have unique strengths and particular needs. This workshop offers grandparents and service providers the opportunity to gain confidence, knowledge and skills to help address these complex challenges. “It wasn’t supposed to be like this” – find sources of strength, resources and learn about the peer support model.
20 7
Simcoe
Central East
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Reg closes: Tue Nov 01, 2016
Mon Nov 07, 2016 10:00 am
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1:00 pm
Autism and the Justice System Flyer
A dynamic workshop that will help participants understand the justice system and how it deals with individuals who have ASD and their families. Practical topics will include: current research on the topic, what supports are available, and a review of proactive & reactive intervention techniques.
25 3
Simcoe
Central East
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Wed Nov 09, 2016 6:00 pm
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8:00 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 4
Waterloo
Central West
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Reg closes: Mon Nov 07, 2016
Thu Nov 10, 2016 10:00 am
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1:30 pm
Exploring & Understanding the Benefits & Applications of Snoozelen/Multi-Sensory Environments Flyer
A half day introductory workshop designed to give participants a greater understanding of Snoezelen/Multi-Sensory Environments as an environment with therapeutic properties; as a method of treatment; and as a philosophy of working with people. This workshop will be beneficial to professionals interested in incorporating Snoezelen in their practice, educators & parents. Some exposure to Snoezelen would be ideal but is not necessary.
Note: Childcare is not provided.
20 6
Simcoe
Central East
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Reg closes: Mon Nov 07, 2016
Fri Nov 11, 2016 9:30 am
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3:30 pm
Developing Emotional Intelligence Flyer
A person's ability to identify and access one's own emotional state and the emotional state of others is an important skill central to interactions within a social group or in a more intimate situation. This workshop will assist individuals on the spectrum to better understand emotions within themselves and others and the sociably acceptable ways to react to these emotions.
25 5
Durham
Central East
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Reg closes: Mon Nov 14, 2016
Wed Nov 16, 2016 9:00 am
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3:00 pm
Navigating the Transition from Elementary School to High School and Beyond!
This interactive and practical workshop will cover numerous practical topics of interest for pre-teens on the spectrum and other adults in their lives. Topics will include: Navigating the social world of friends as you move from elementary school to high school; Succeeding in high school, being prepared for puberty and sexuality issues, and moving towards independence.
Note: Please use rear entrance off the parking lot - front doors will be locked.
25 6
York
Central East
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Reg closes: Sat Nov 19, 2016
Sat Nov 19, 2016 9:00 am
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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
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Reg closes: Sat Nov 19, 2016
Wed Nov 23, 2016 11:00 am
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2:00 pm
Apps & Autism Flyer
This dynamic and interactive workshop will review some of the most exciting and effective Apps that can be used when working with children with Autism. Apps for a wide range of teaching areas and skill building approaches will be reviewed and suggestions for how to practically incorporate these Apps into everyday life will be reviewed.
Note: Childcare is not provided.
15 5
HKPR
Central East
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Thu Nov 24, 2016 6:00 pm
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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
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Reg closes: Mon Nov 21, 2016
Fri Nov 25, 2016 9:30 am
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3:30 pm
Developing Emotional Intelligence Flyer
A person's ability to identify and access one's own emotional state and the emotional state of others is an important skill central to interactions within a social group or in a more intimate situation. This workshop will assist individuals on the spectrum to better understand emotions within themselves and others and the sociably acceptable ways to react to these emotions.
25 11
York
Central East
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Tue Nov 29, 2016 6:30 pm
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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.
Note: You may also register for this workshop through the Dufferin Parent Support Network
25 0
Dufferin
Central West
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Reg closes: Thu Dec 08, 2016
Wed Dec 07, 2016 9:00 am
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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
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Wed Dec 07, 2016 6:30 pm
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8:30 pm
What really works: Dealing with Anxiety and ASD
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.
20 0
Peel
Central West
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Reg closes: Fri Dec 09, 2016
Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:00 am
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3:00 pm
Autism & Managing Behavior in Adulthood
PLEASE NOTE:THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN DURHAM REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER.While a person with ASD is a child or teen there exists a variety of supports within the school system, community agencies, 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 challenging behaviors across the lifespan. With over 15 years of experiences working as a behaviorist with individuals with ASD across the lifespan Dr. Azarbehi is keen to share behavioral management strategies that work. This workshop will be very practically focused on equipping participants with behavioral management skills which they can then use with the adults with autism with whom they work.
Note:  ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN DURHAM REGION - register with tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
Durham
Central East
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Reg closes: Fri Dec 09, 2016
Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:00 am
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3:00 pm
Autism & Managing Behavior in Adulthood
PLEASE NOTE:THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN HKPR REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER.While a person with ASD is a child or teen there exists a variety of supports within the school system, community agencies, 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 challenging behaviors across the lifespan. With over 15 years of experiences working as a behaviorist with individuals with ASD across the lifespan Dr. Azarbehi is keen to share behavioral management strategies that work. This workshop will be very practically focused on equipping participants with behavioral management skills which they can then use with the adults with autism with whom they work.
Note:  ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN HKPR REGION - register with tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 1
HKPR
Central East
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Reg closes: Fri Dec 09, 2016
Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:00 am
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3:00 pm
Autism & Managing Behavior in Adulthood
PLEASE NOTE:THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN SIMCOE REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER.While a person with ASD is a child or teen there exists a variety of supports within the school system, community agencies, 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 challenging behaviors across the lifespan. With over 15 years of experiences working as a behaviorist with individuals with ASD across the lifespan Dr. Azarbehi is keen to share behavioral management strategies that work. This workshop will be very practically focused on equipping participants with behavioral management skills which they can then use with the adults with autism with whom they work.
Note:  ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN SIMCOE REGION - register with tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
Simcoe
Central East
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Reg closes: Sat Dec 03, 2016
Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:00 am
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3:00 pm
Autism & Managing Behavior in Adulthood Flyer
While a person with ASD is a child or teen there exists a variety of supports within the school system, community agencies, 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 challenging behaviors across the lifespan. With over 15 years of experiences working as a behaviorist with individuals with ASD across the lifespan Dr. Azarbehi is keen to share behavioral management strategies that work. This workshop will be very practically focused on equipping participants with behavioral management skills which they can then use with the adults with autism with whom they work.
12 12
York
Central East
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Reg closes: Fri Dec 02, 2016
Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:00 am
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4:00 pm
Understanding the Hidden Curriculum Flyer
This workshop will assist individuals on the autism spectrum to develop a greater understanding of the hidden social information (e.g. hidden curriculum) in our world and how to generalize it to other settings. It will review what the hidden curriculum refers to and it's complexity, cover an understanding of why individuals with ASD have difficulty in this area, and discuss strategies and resources useful in learning and generalizing the hidden curriculum. Part of the workshop will focus on the experiences of the participants.
20 3
Simcoe
Central East
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Wed Jan 25, 2017 6:30 pm
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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 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 0
Peel
Central West
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Tue Feb 07, 2017 6:00 pm
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8:00 pm
Life Span Changes
This workshop is designed to look at the major changes that can occur throughout a child's life as they journey through adolescence and into yound adulthood. Young adults with ASD often loose motivation as the routine of childhood comes to an end and the demands and expectations of the adult world approach. This workshop is designed to help parents and workers take a detailed look at how help them cope with these transitions.
30 0
Waterloo
Central West
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Tue Feb 14, 2017 6:30 pm
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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.
20 0
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
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Wed Mar 08, 2017 6:00 pm
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8:00 pm
What Really Works: Dealing with Anxiety and ASD
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 0
Waterloo
Central West
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Wed Mar 08, 2017 6:30 pm
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8:30 pm
Strategies for teaching individuals with ASD online safety skills
This workshop will introduce participants to popular websites and social media sites, outlining the risks and strengths involved with each. It is designed to teach respite workers, caregivers and agency staff how to keep children and teens safe online, with practical steps and tools.
30 2
Halton
Central West
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