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Learn about our many services for children with Autism,ADHD and LD: kids social groups for kids,sensory box child therapy :ABA ,FloorTime and MIller Method and much more
There are two types of training available:
Best suited for educators and students, children's mental health agencies, child protection groups, medical professionals, early childhood educators, those working in youth justice and parent groups, our professional development training sessions are tailored to meet the unique learning goals of each specific group
These evening sessions are offered throughout the year to parents/guardians, educators and other professionals. The workshops are open to all members of the public for a cost of $15 each. Advance registration is required.. To register for a workshop.Below is a list of some of the commonly requested workshops, which can be tailored for your needs
Walk a Mile in My Shoes
This is an experiential workshop that is designed to give participants an understanding of what it may feel like to have a learning disability by engaging in a series of activities. Through these exercises, participants will gain knowledge about current thinking in the field of learning disabilities and a practical understanding of how they may affect mental health and everyday life at home and at school.
We specialize in understanding the complex relationship between learning disabilities and mental health (LDMH). This workshop looks at how anxiety, depression and other mental health challenges are complicated by LDs. It incorporates current thinking in the field of learning disabilities and evidence-informed, best practices in related mental health fields to better understand how learning disabilities can complicate mental health in children and adolescents. Special considerations and approaches to working with children and youth with LDMH are discussed.
This workshop provides participants with an understanding of the nature of executive functioning (higher order thinking skills including organization and problem-solving) and difficulties children with learning disabilities and ADHD may have in regulating themselves. Suggestions on how to support children with executive function difficulties will be introduced.Understanding social competence in children and adolescents with learning disabilities and ADHD
In this workshop, we will discuss why children and adolescents with learning disabilities and ADHD are at risk of experiencing social challenges with their peers. Participants will explore the developmental skills necessary for these children and adolescents to be socially competent and successful. Strategies on how to understand and support social competence will be offered.Other topics include: