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Child and Community Resources offers skill building and awareness training for parents, professionals, and peers with the objective to spread awareness about ASD and how to teach understanding and tolerance when conversing with someone who is special needs, in particular, ASD.
By offering engaging workshops, presentations, school-support, and social & life skills groups, we hope to bridge the gap between children affected by ASD, their peers, professionals who aid them, and their families who are directly affected by the disorder.
ABA Workshops for Professionals include six core workshops geared to beginner and advanced levels, on specific topics including:
ABA Parent Education Workshops provide families who have children/youth with an Autism Spectrum Disorder with information on:
Educational and interactive Awareness Presentations are provided to peer groups of children/youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as members of the community (e.g. bus drivers, coaches, community support workers) and are designed to increase the awareness of ASD and enhance empathy by peers.
CCR conducts the following presentations:
The ASD-SSP assists educators and other school staff in their work to meet the needs of children and youth within the autism spectrum, and support their inclusion in the school environment.
SSP serves staff who support children and youth ages 4 – 21 in the publicly funded education system.
For more information on ASD-SSP and how to register, please contact CCR in your district.
CCR’s Social and Life Skills Groups offer important practices and coping skills for children with ASD and/or developmental needs and their parents.