Posted January 1, 2018
Fun, Run, and Play
Posted September 11, 2017
New Office Location
Posted August 31, 2017
Fun Day at Buffalo Wild Wings
Posted August 23, 2017
Fountian Tire - Car Wash Fundraiser
Posted August 22, 2017
Posted August 22, 2017
Family Respite Project - Letter of Information for Families
Thank you for your interest in the Family Respite Project being offered by the Autism Behavioural Science Graduate Certificate program at Fanshawe College. Upon completion of their program, our Autism Behavioural Science students will have a firm grounding in the principles and practices of Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA). Additionally, our graduates will learn about evidence-based practices in autism treatment, understand the characteristics of ASD and will have increased knowledge of child development as it relates to ASD.
What is the Respite Project?
In the Fall Term, students take a course entitled Working with Families and Teams. This course introduces students to the interpersonal skills required to work collaboratively with families of children with ASD, and the members of a multidisciplinary team. To enhance their learning in this course, and to better appreciate the realities of supporting a family with ASD, we would like our students to participate in providing respite support to a local family.
They will be required, as one of their course assignments, to complete approximately 10 hours of respite support to an identified, matched family. This short-term, quality respite care will be provided to consenting families at no cost.
Posted August 19, 2017
Learn How to Facilitate PEERS in School
with Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson
PEERS® CERTIFIED SCHOOL BASED TRAINING PROGRAM
October 10, 11, 12, 2017/ 9:00am - 5:00pm
Château Le Jardin Conference & Event Venue
8440 Hwy 27
Early Bird Cost: $630 (Before Sep. 8, 2017)
Regular Cost: $675 (After Sep. 8, 2017)
Please note that the training is designed to instruct educators and school-based professionals on the administration and implementation of the educator-facilitated PEERS for Adolescents intervention in a school-based setting. This certified training provides a model for evidence-based social skills instruction in the classroom or educational setting for teens in middle school and high school (age 11-18) with ASD, ADHD, Anxiety, Depression and other social difficulties, particularly with respect to friendships.
Posted August 9, 2017
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Posted December 31, 2016