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Upcoming workshops


All information provided in the workshops are evidence-based  and derived from current research in Applied Behavior Analysis.

All workshops are prepared and presented by a BCBA (unless otherwise noted)


Location: At the Functional Learning Centre.

Time: From 6:00-7:30 pm


Date: Friday, 7th March, 2014
A Message from a Parent: “Where do I start? How do I start? I am so overwhelmed..” *

The goal of this session is to empower parents to manage their child’s therapeutic services and learn about available services in the community. Participants will learn about the following:
. information that will facilitate understanding of the funding process
· learning about resources in our area
· alternatives for schooling
· building your child’s ABA team
· in addition to information about grants, camps, financial & disability tax credits, and more
*Presented by Mr. Elton Walker
Cost: $30


Date: Friday, 14th March, 2014
Dealing with Eating and Feeding Problems of Children with Autism

Are you having difficulties getting your child/client to eat?  Together we will learn to identify the reasons of and discus interventions to overcome eating and feeding problems.
Cost: $30



Date: Friday, 21st March, 2014
Parenting Adolescents on the Autism Spectrum

Teens on the autism spectrum are unlikely to learn about sexual norms from peers or even from teachers. We will address social aspects of sexuality, what is /is not appropriate, values, social adaptation and competence.
Cost: $30




Date: Friday, 28th March, 2014
Sexual Education: When to start, what to teach and how?

While adolescence is a difficult time for most people, it is especially difficult for teens with autism who struggle to understand the ever-changing social expectations associated with this stage of development. Participants will learn strategies that will support adolescents with autism to deal with the challenges associated with adolescence and to help them acquire important skills for their safety and adaptation.
Cost: $30