How to Talk So Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder Will Listen: Sunday Intensive (2-8 years)

Join other parents and professionals working or living with children on the autism spectrum in learning how to talk so kids with ASD will listen and listen so you hear what kids with ASD want to say. Learn concrete strategies that support back-and-forth communication; engage children’s cooperation; help children express their feelings; provide alternatives to punishment; build self-esteem; and enhance relationships.
Instructor
Julie King
Age Group
Infants & Toddlers: Birth to Age Three
Preschool through Elementary
Location
Parents Place in San Rafael
600 Fifth Avenue
San Rafael, CA
Time
Mar 24 2013 Mar 24 2013
9:30AM — 4:30PM
Sunday
Price
$199
Class Notes
per person REGISTER EARLY to save $20! $199 per person/$299 per couple by Mar. 15; $219 per person/$319 per couple after Mar. 15. Fee includes one workbook ($10).

Do you find yourself perplexed or depleted by the daily demands of raising, treating, or teaching a child with an autism spectrum disorder or Asperger’s?   Is your child challenged by everyday routines like getting dressed in the morning or going to bed at night; coping with transitions, such as starting or ending a therapy session; or staying calm when hearing a bell ring in the school yard? Join other parents and professionals working or living with children on the autism spectrum.  Learn concrete strategies that support back-and-forth communication; engage children’s cooperation; help children express their feelings; provide alternatives to punishment; build self-esteem; and enhance relationships. 
This practical, experiential, and lively workshop is based on the best-selling books by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish, including How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk, and on the Floor Time approach of Dr. Stanley Greenspan.  From previous participants:  “So helpful!”  “I learned a lot!” We are fortunate to be able to take advantage of the expertise of Israeli autism expert Dr. Ilene Lee and nationally recognized parenting expert Julie King in their limited Bay Area appearance together. 

This workshop is offered as a series or a one-day intensive.  Wondering which to take?  The four-week format is the best way to learn the skills one topic at a time, try them out with your children, students or clients, and return with follow-up questions.  But if your schedule doesn’t allow this kind of commitment, the one-day intensive will cover most of the information and exercises in a single session. 

 


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