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In response to attendee requests we now offer our most popular Lecture Series presentations as On-Demand presentations. Available to schools, parent organizations, service providers and community members who are dedicated to engaging families living with autism. Select your favorite from the menu below.
This is Autism: For the newly diagnosed family this presentation defines autism, how it manifests and affects the family dynamic and delivers everyday tools for parents. This practical presentation provides the knowledge, support and strategies families need to fully engage in their home and community life. Led by parents experienced in presenting on these topics.
The Unplanned Journey: When a diagnosis of autism hits a family, grief, stress and indecision overwhelm parents. This presentation details this unique cascade of emotions while offering parents practical ways to embrace their new journey while supporting their child. Led by an experienced parent coach and autism educator.
Special Spaces: Discover how to revamp your home to support your child with autism while keeping that homey feeling. Packed with practical, real-life solutions to common issues encountered in the home environment, this presentation focuses on innovative ways to make your home a functional, livable space. Led by a parent and autism consultant.
Literacy & Autism: Research tells us that literacy opens up many avenues to learning and developmental gains. Discover how you can promote literacy in young readers with autism through this innovative presentation for parents and educators. Led by experienced parent educators specializing in autism. (made possible with a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education using federal funding, CFDA 84.027A, Special Education- Grants to States, because Literacy Matters!)
Designing a Sensitive Storytime™: Engaging families living with autism into your story hour while being inclusive of everyone’s gifts and challenges is the goal of this presentation designed specifically for youth librarians. Based on the latest research in the field it will help you incorporate practical tools that will engage all children. (made possible with a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education using federal funding, CFDA 84.027A, Special Education- Grants to States, because Literacy Matters!)
Engaging Autism, The Serious Business of Fun: New research shows that parents are the key to diverting autism. Help them learn how to embed these fun and engaging interventions into everyday routines. Based on the Early Start Denver Model of autism intervention, this presentation takes parents through the key areas of engaging with their child. Ignite language development, establish social give and take and ease the challenges of everyday living for families.
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