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Autism Therapies at Home: Winter Survival Kit

December 6, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

$20
autism therapies

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Discover the essential tools for your autism “winter survival kit!” This class will give you tons of ideas taken from the most effective therapies designed for children with autism, including Relationship Development Intervention (RDI), Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), and Floor Time.

All the information you need to select the right tools for your family, so you can design supports for your child. All techniques shared are for use by parents at home. Real-life examples of the tools and equipment used by parents will be shared with you so that you can start right away. Enhance your relationship with your child while enjoying your time together over break.

Learn ways to help with play skills, communication and independent living. Using these methods you can give your child a structure for connecting with and succeeding in the world.

This class is designed for parents of preschool and school-aged children.

CEU’s available

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Speaker: Lauren Danner, MS Education, has taken numerous autism classes at St. Thomas and Hamline University and at conferences. She stays up to date with current research in the field. Her passion is with proven therapies that can be applied to her daily life with her son who has autism. She has taught autism classes for parents and professionals on different therapies for over 15 years. Lauren also consults with families of newly diagnosed children to connect them to opportunities for their children.

Details

Date:
December 6, 2016
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$20
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Website:
http://autismtherapies.eventbrite.com

Venue

Woodbury Lutheran Church-Valley Creek Campus
7380 Afton Rd.
Woodbury, MN 55125 United States
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Phone:
651-739-5144
Website:
http://www.woodburylutheran.org

Organizer

CEA
Phone:
612.293.8253
Email:
info@cea4autism.org
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