Autism 101: 3 Part Training Series

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Date(s) - Wednesday, November 08, 2017
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Join our Autism Specialist for a training series designed to support the unique needs of children with autism and to promote inclusive practices for your entire classroom. Sign up for the 3 class series to receive 15% off!

November 8, 2017 (6:30-9:30 pm) 

THIS TRAINING WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE DAVENPORT PRESCHOOL. 

ADDRESS: 1301 Cheverly Rd, Towson, MD 21286

Autism I: Learning the Basics
This training provides an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and helps participants understand the complexities related to working with children with ASD. It reviews current research and types of successful intervention strategies. Participants learn practical strategies for assisting children with ASD in the classroom.

Core of Knowledge Area: Special Needs (3 hours)


December 13, 2017 (6:30-9:30 pm) 

Child Resource Center of Baltimore County

8503 Lasalle road

Baltimore, MD 21286

Sensory Sensitivity
This training provides participants with an understanding of sensory integration, sensory integration dysfunction, and how sensory issues can impact children with autism spectrum disorders. It discusses ways to include ‘sensory diets’ and sensory activities that assist children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) to be successful in their learning environments. Participants interested in this training should take Autism Spectrum Disorders: Learning the Basics or have prior knowledge of ASD.

Core of Knowledge Area 3 hours: Special Needs (1.5 hours) & Curriculum (1.5 hour)


January 10, 2018

Child Resource Center of Baltimore County

8503 Lasalle road

Baltimore, MD 21286

Creating a Social Connection: Learning to Write Social Stories to Help all Children Be Successful in a Variety of Settings
This interactive training will provide participants with a complete introduction to the concept of Carol Gray’s Social Stories. Social stories were originally created for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in order to increase their ability to take in “social information,” also known as pragmatics or pragmatic language. Social stories are also beneficial to all children because of their sentence structure, content and use of pictures and so participants will learn how social stories can be beneficial to all children in their care. Participants will first learn about, and then practice writing, the different types of sentences that are often included in social stories and then write a complete social story about an activity or skill that will impact a child or children in their care.

Core of Knowledge Area: Curriculum (1 hour) & Special Needs (1 hour)

Training (6:30-8:30 pm) 

Make & Take (8:30-9:30 pm) 

*If you have taken one of these courses previously, we have an additional course that can be a substitute. Please contact us for further details.

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