Are you a parent, classroom educator, an early childhood educator, or other professional currently supporting a young child with autism in an inclusive preschool or daycare setting? Would you like to have a better understanding of autism, as well as current best practices in supporting children with autism in inclusive community settings?
Early Childhood and the Autism Spectrum
seminar is a two-hour seminar, design especially for those supporting children with autism or related needs ages 2 through 7. It provides participants with knowledge and tools to support the social-emotional and friendship needs of children with autism and their peers in the school or community setting.
|Seminar Agenda||Learning Outcome||Who should attend?|
|Welcome/Introduction||Understanding autism spectrum in young children.||Early Childhood Educators|
|What Does it Feel Like to Have Autism||Identifying the 5 dimensions of play||Parents of children with autism ages 2 to 7|
|Refreshment Break||Apply the principles of the Friend 2 Friend Autism Demystification® model||Other professionals supporting children with autism|
|Understanding the social, communcation, regulatory and peer play needs of young children with autism.|
|Lunch Break||Design meaningful and engaging, inclusive peer play activities.|
|Designing and implementing affinity based peer play activities for children ages 3 through 7|
You may also be interested in our Autism Demystification® Online Course.