Workshop
Total # of Workshop = 48
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Tue Feb 16, 2016 9:30 am
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3:30 pm
Increasing and Improving Speech/Communication Skills in Non-vocal or Minimally Vocal Children
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. Language delays constitute the hallmark of Autism. These language delays have a direct impact on a host of other important skills such as cognition, play, social and adaptive behaviours. Therefore the most important aspect of any intervention program is the development of effective communication skills. For non-verbal children who have failed to develop speech, their effective communication can often consist of disruptive behaviour, aggression, and even self-injury. This workshop will provide participants with the skills to conduct a functional communication assessment and develop an individualized alternative communication intervention, which meets the learners communication and social needs.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
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Durham
Central East
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Tue Feb 16, 2016 9:30 am
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3:30 pm
Increasing and Improving Speech/Communication Skills in Non-vocal or Minimally Vocal Children
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. Language delays constitute the hallmark of Autism. These language delays have a direct impact on a host of other important skills such as cognition, play, social and adaptive behaviours. Therefore the most important aspect of any intervention program is the development of effective communication skills. For non-verbal children who have failed to develop speech, their effective communication can often consist of disruptive behaviour, aggression, and even self-injury. This workshop will provide participants with the skills to conduct a functional communication assessment and develop an individualized alternative communication intervention, which meets the learners communication and social needs.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
HKPR
Central East
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Tue Feb 16, 2016 9:30 am
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3:30 pm
Increasing and Improving Speech/Communication Skills in Non-vocal or Minimally Vocal Children
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. Language delays constitute the hallmark of Autism. These language delays have a direct impact on a host of other important skills such as cognition, play, social and adaptive behaviours. Therefore the most important aspect of any intervention program is the development of effective communication skills. For non-verbal children who have failed to develop speech, their effective communication can often consist of disruptive behaviour, aggression, and even self-injury. This workshop will provide participants with the skills to conduct a functional communication assessment and develop an individualized alternative communication intervention, which meets the learners communication and social needs.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
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Simcoe
Central East
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Reg closes: Fri Feb 12, 2016
Tue Feb 16, 2016 9:30 am
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3:30 pm
Increasing and Improving Speech/Communication Skills in Non-vocal or Minimally Vocal Children Flyer
Language delays constitute the hallmark of Autism. These lanaguge delays have a direct impact on a host of other important skills such as cognition, play, social and adaptive behaviours. Therefore the most important aspect of any intervention program is the development of effective communication skills. For non-verbal children who have failed to develop speech, their effective communication can often consist of disruptive behaviour, aggression, and even self-injury. This workshop will provide particpants with the skills to conduct a functional communication assessment and develop an individualized alternative communication intervention, which meets the learners communication and social needs. 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 21
York
Central East
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Thu Feb 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 0
York
Central East
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Reg closes: Sat Feb 20, 2016
Sat Feb 20, 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 11
Durham
Central East
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Wed Feb 24, 2016 9:30 am
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12:00 pm
Does Mindfulness Really Work? Flyer
This workshop provides an overview of technology and media based tools and strategies currently used by families, researchers, and practitioners for individuals with ASD as well as the tools used by individuals with ASD themselves. It considers strengths and needs of individuals across the Autism Spectrum—from those who are nonverbal and require augmentative and alternative communication for basic communication, to those individuals who are verbally and fully included with typical peers and who benefit from technology that enhances their social skills and social awareness—and describes selected technology-based supports that address them.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
10 10
Durham
Central East
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Wed Feb 24, 2016 9:30 am
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12:00 pm
Does Mindfulness Really Work?
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 provides an overview of technology and media based tools and strategies currently used by families, researchers, and practitioners for individuals with ASD as well as the tools used by individuals with ASD themselves. It considers strengths and needs of individuals across the Autism Spectrum—from those who are nonverbal and require augmentative and alternative communication for basic communication, to those individuals who are verbally and fully included with typical peers and who benefit from technology that enhances their social skills and social awareness—and describes selected technology-based supports that address them.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
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HKPR
Central East
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Wed Feb 24, 2016 9:30 am
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12:00 pm
Does Mindfulness Really Work?
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 provides an overview of technology and media based tools and strategies currently used by families, researchers, and practitioners for individuals with ASD as well as the tools used by individuals with ASD themselves. It considers strengths and needs of individuals across the Autism Spectrum—from those who are nonverbal and require augmentative and alternative communication for basic communication, to those individuals who are verbally and fully included with typical peers and who benefit from technology that enhances their social skills and social awareness—and describes selected technology-based supports that address them.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
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Simcoe
Central East
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Wed Feb 24, 2016 9:30 am
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12:00 pm
Does Mindfulness Really Work?
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN THE YORK REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER This workshop provides an overview of technology and media based tools and strategies currently used by families, researchers, and practitioners for individuals with ASD as well as the tools used by individuals with ASD themselves. It considers strengths and needs of individuals across the Autism Spectrum—from those who are nonverbal and require augmentative and alternative communication for basic communication, to those individuals who are verbally and fully included with typical peers and who benefit from technology that enhances their social skills and social awareness—and describes selected technology-based supports that address them.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
York
Central East
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Mon Feb 29, 2016 10:00 am
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1:30 pm
Employment & ASD
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 practical workshop will focus on providing participants an overview of the most common barriers to employment faced by individuals with ASD along with tools, resources, and techniques that can be used to overcome these barriers. Skills and abilities which need to be cultivated for successful employment will be reviewed and practical ideas about how these skills can begin to be taught from a young age will be explored. Often finding successful employment opportunities for individuals with ASD requires thinking 'outside of the box' and will be explored in this workshop.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
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Durham
Central East
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Mon Feb 29, 2016 10:00 am
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1:30 pm
Employment & ASD
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 practical workshop will focus on providing participants an overview of the most common barriers to employment faced by individuals with ASD along with tools, resources, and techniques that can be used to overcome these barriers. Skills and abilities which need to be cultivated for successful employment will be reviewed and practical ideas about how these skills can begin to be taught from a young age will be explored. Often finding successful employment opportunities for individuals with ASD requires thinking 'outside of the box' and will be explored in this workshop.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
HKPR
Central East
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Mon Feb 29, 2016 10:00 am
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1:30 pm
Employment & ASD
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 practical workshop will focus on providing participants an overview of the most common barriers to employment faced by individuals with ASD along with tools, resources, and techniques that can be used to overcome these barriers. Skills and abilities which need to be cultivated for successful employment will be reviewed and practical ideas about how these skills can begin to be taught from a young age will be explored. Often finding successful employment opportunities for individuals with ASD requires thinking 'outside of the box' and will be explored in this workshop.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
Simcoe
Central East
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Reg closes: Mon Feb 22, 2016
Mon Feb 29, 2016 10:00 am
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1:30 pm
Employment & ASD Flyer
Finding appropriate and meaningful employment for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders can be challenging. Too often they are either dismissed as 'unemployable' or pushed into low level job positions that they do not enjoy. The importance of finding creative ways to incorporate special interests and abilities into employment opportunities is vital. This practical workshop will focus on providing participants an overview of the most common barriers to employment faced by individuals with ASD along with tools, resources, and techniques that can be used to overcome these barriers. Skills and abilities which need to be cultivated for successful employment will be reviewed and practical ideas about how these skills can begin to be taught from a young age will be explored. THIS LIVE PRESENTATION WILL BE VIDEO BROADCAST FROM THIS LOCATION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
10 11
York
Central East
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Reg closes: Mon Feb 29, 2016
Sat Mar 05, 2016 9:00 am
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5:00 pm
A Very Brief Introduction to Social Role Valorization Flyer
Have you ever wondered what Social Role Valorization (SRV) is all about? This one day workshop will introduce participants to this very powerful theory, one which has great relevance for how human services are structured. SRV is a theory about the relationship between the social roles that people have and the way they will be treated in society. We know that certain groups are routinely devalued in our society and that those who are devalued are often treated poorly. SRV contends that enabling and supporting those who are devalued or at risk of devaluation to have valued social roles increases the likelihood that they will have access to more of the good things of life. This workshop explores the processes by which certain groups of people become devalued within society, the impact this has on their lives, what we mean by valued social roles and how promoting these can make a difference. The workshop is intended for family members, board members, human service workers
Note: This workshop is taught in lecture format, with extensive use of Power Points and photographs.
38 40
Durham
Central East
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Reg closes: Wed Mar 02, 2016
Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:30 am
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3:30 pm
Discussing the Diagnosis: Opening a Dialogue with Kids & Teens Flyer
One of the most common questions asked by parents of children and teens with a diagnosis of ASD is how and when they should approach discussing the diagnosis with their child. This interactive workshop will discuss the pros and cons of various approaches and provide an ASD positive perspective to discussing a diagnosis. Participants will be given the chance to outline and rehearse how such a conversation might be approached with their own child. Participants will also brainstorm possible questions or reaction which they think might arise and then with the presenter discuss how these might best be addressed. Participants will leave the workshop feeling confident and empowered in their ability to begin an ‘ASD positive’ discussion with their child.
25 11
Durham
Central East
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Reg closes: Mon Mar 07, 2016
Fri Mar 11, 2016 9:00 am
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3:00 pm
Coping with the World at Large-Assisting Individuals with ASD in the Community Flyer
This workshop will explore various strategies and resources to assist individuals on the spectrum when taken out and about in the community. We will look at a structured approach to pre-planning for such outings. In the afternoon, participants will then use the knowledge and strategies from the first part of the workshop to develop a plan for an outing for the individual they are involved with.
25 11
York
Central East
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Reg closes: Sat Mar 19, 2016
Sat Mar 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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Tue Mar 22, 2016 1:00 pm
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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
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Reg closes: Fri Mar 18, 2016
Thu Mar 24, 2016 1:00 am
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3:30 pm
Technology in Action Flyer
This workshop provides an overview of technology and media based tools and strategies currently used by families, researchers, and practitioners for individuals with ASD as well as the tools used by individuals with ASD themselves. It considers strengths and needs of individuals across the Autism Spectrum—from those who are nonverbal and require augmentative and alternative communication for basic communication, to those individuals who are verbally and fully included with typical peers and who benefit from technology that enhances their social skills and social awareness—and describes selected technology-based supports that address them.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
10 5
Durham
Central East
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Thu Mar 24, 2016 1:00 am
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3:30 pm
Technology in Action
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 provides an overview of technology and media based tools and strategies currently used by families, researchers, and practitioners for individuals with ASD as well as the tools used by individuals with ASD themselves. It considers strengths and needs of individuals across the Autism Spectrum—from those who are nonverbal and require augmentative and alternative communication for basic communication, to those individuals who are verbally and fully included with typical peers and who benefit from technology that enhances their social skills and social awareness—and describes selected technology-based supports that address them.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
HKPR
Central East
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Thu Mar 24, 2016 1:00 am
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3:30 pm
Technology in Action
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 provides an overview of technology and media based tools and strategies currently used by families, researchers, and practitioners for individuals with ASD as well as the tools used by individuals with ASD themselves. It considers strengths and needs of individuals across the Autism Spectrum—from those who are nonverbal and require augmentative and alternative communication for basic communication, to those individuals who are verbally and fully included with typical peers and who benefit from technology that enhances their social skills and social awareness—and describes selected technology-based supports that address them.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
Simcoe
Central East
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Thu Mar 24, 2016 1:00 am
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3:30 pm
Technology in Action
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS ONLY AVAILABLE AS A VIDEO CONFERENCE IN THE YORK REGION. PLEASE EMAIL TONY GOUGEON AT tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca TO REGISTER This workshop provides an overview of technology and media based tools and strategies currently used by families, researchers, and practitioners for individuals with ASD as well as the tools used by individuals with ASD themselves. It considers strengths and needs of individuals across the Autism Spectrum—from those who are nonverbal and require augmentative and alternative communication for basic communication, to those individuals who are verbally and fully included with typical peers and who benefit from technology that enhances their social skills and social awareness—and describes selected technology-based supports that address them.
Note: Please email Tony Gougeoun to register at a video-conference site: tgougeon@clhmidland.on.ca
0 0
York
Central East
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Reg closes: Thu Mar 24, 2016
Fri Mar 25, 2016 9:30 am
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4:00 pm
CPI Training (Crisis Prevention & Intervention)
Catulpa Community Support Services is offering one day CPI training ( Crisis Prevention and Intervention). This training is being offered to registered CHAP workers/Community Participation Companions supporting individuals in the area of Simcoe County. The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention program is a safe, non harmful behaviour management system designed to help human service professionals provide for the best possible, care, welfare, safety, and security for individuals they support. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes to accommodate your participation in physical personal safety training. To register email Jennifer Ross - jross@catulpa.on.ca
Note: This training is open ONLY to registered CHAP workers/Community Participation Companions.
0 0
York
Central East
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Reg closes: Wed Mar 30, 2016
Wed Apr 06, 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.
30 1
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
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Reg closes: Thu Apr 14, 2016
Fri Apr 15, 2016 9:30 am
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4:00 pm
CPI Training (Crisis Prevention & Intervention)
Catulpa Community Support Services is offering one day CPI training ( Crisis Prevention and Intervention). This training is being offered to registered CHAP workers/Community Participation Companions supporting individuals in the area of Simcoe County. The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention program is a safe, non harmful behaviour management system designed to help human service professionals provide for the best possible, care, welfare, safety, and security for individuals they support. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes to accommodate your participation in physical personal safety training. To register email Jennifer Ross - jross@catulpa.on.ca
Note: This training is open ONLY to registered CHAP workers/Community Participation Companions.
0 0
York
Central East
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Reg closes: Sat Apr 16, 2016
Sat Apr 16, 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: Wed Apr 13, 2016
Wed Apr 20, 2016 6:30 pm
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8:30 pm
CPI: Family and Friends
This course is designed to provide parents and caregivers with an overview of some of the concepts and strategies taught in the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program that can help in the continuity of support and care. It may also give parents and caregivers insights into behavior patterns of the individuals they support.
30 0
Halton
Central West
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Thu Apr 21, 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 May 02, 2016
Wed May 04, 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.
30 0
Halton
Central West
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Reg closes: Wed May 04, 2016
Wed May 11, 2016 6:30 pm
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8:30 pm
Steps to success: Understanding Behaviour Part 1
A two part session designed to teach respite workers and family members how to define, observe and identify the function of a behaviour and develop a plan to meet that need.
Note: Please also register for part 2 of this session (June 1, 2016)
30 0
Peel
Central West
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Reg closes: Thu May 12, 2016
Fri May 13, 2016 9:30 am
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4:00 pm
CPI Training (Crisis Prevention & Intervention)
Catulpa Community Support Services is offering one day CPI training ( Crisis Prevention and Intervention). This training is being offered to registered CHAP workers/Community Participation Companions supporting individuals in the area of Simcoe County. The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention program is a safe, non harmful behaviour management system designed to help human service professionals provide for the best possible, care, welfare, safety, and security for individuals they support. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes to accommodate your participation in physical personal safety training. To register email Jennifer Ross - jross@catulpa.on.ca
Note: This training is open ONLY to registered CHAP workers/Community Participation Companions.
0 0
York
Central East
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Reg closes: Sat May 14, 2016
Sat May 14, 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 May 17, 2016 1:00 pm
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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
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Reg closes: Tue May 10, 2016
Tue May 17, 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.
30 1
Dufferin
Central West
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Reg closes: Wed May 04, 2016
Wed Jun 01, 2016 6:30 pm
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8:30 pm
Steps to Success: Understanding Behaviour Part 2
A two part session designed to teach respite workers and family members how to define, observe and identify the function of a behaviour and develop a plan to meet that need.
Note: Please make sure to register and attend part 1 of this session (May 11, 2016)
30 0
Peel
Central West
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Reg closes: Sat Jun 11, 2016
Sat Jun 11, 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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Thu Jun 16, 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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Waitlist
Reg closes: Thu Jun 16, 2016
Fri Jun 17, 2016 9:30 am
to
4:00 pm
CPI Training (Crisis Prevention & Intervention)
Catulpa Community Support Services is offering one day CPI training ( Crisis Prevention and Intervention). This training is being offered to registered CHAP workers/Community Participation Companions supporting individuals in the area of Simcoe County. The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention program is a safe, non harmful behaviour management system designed to help human service professionals provide for the best possible, care, welfare, safety, and security for individuals they support. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes to accommodate your participation in physical personal safety training. To register email Jennifer Ross - jross@catulpa.on.ca
Note: This training is open ONLY to registered CHAP workers/Community Participation Companions.
0 0
York
Central East
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Reg closes: Wed Jun 22, 2016
Wed Jun 29, 2016 10:00 am
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12:00 pm
Getting Ready for Camp
This workshop will provide an overview of ASD and focus on the importance of preparing not only the individual you are supporting but also preparing yourself as a worker. We will discuss Strategies to address difficulties in the area’s of behaviour, communication and transition as they relate to camp. Participants will leave with a better understanding of supporting a child at camp, a camp readiness checklist and other useful supplies.
30 0
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
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Reg closes: Wed Jun 22, 2016
Wed Jun 29, 2016 1:00 pm
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3:00 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.
30 0
Guelph/Wellington
Central West
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Reg closes: Thu Jun 30, 2016
Thu Jun 30, 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
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30 0
Durham
Central East
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Reg closes: Thu Aug 25, 2016
Thu Aug 25, 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 Sep 24, 2016
Sat Sep 24, 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
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30 0
Durham
Central East
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Reg closes: Mon Oct 03, 2016
Wed Oct 05, 2016 6:30 pm
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8:30 pm
Strategies for teaching kids 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 0
Halton
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
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30 0
Durham
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: 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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