AutismBC Talks: Understanding and Supporting Challenging Behaviours

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Friday, April 30
10:30 am - 11:30 am

  • AutismBC
  • 16043499496
  • janthony@autismbc.ca
  • Free event

AutismBC is pleased to collaborate with Provincial Outreach Program for Autism and Related Disorders (POPARD) to present a series of workshops in 2021, aiming to provide resources for families to help their kids (and parents) learn at school, at home, and in the community.
 
There will be no recording for this workshop (policy of POPARD). Stella will send you the Zoom link closer to the workshop day.

Speaker: Chelsea Jelic, MSc, RSLP, Consultant, POPARD
Time: Friday April 30, 2021 10:30 – 11:30 AM
Topic: Understanding and Addressing Challenging Behaviour 

The characteristics of ASD can sometimes manifest in “challenging behaviours”, causing parents/caregivers or school teams to struggle to understand and address the behaviours. This session will help families:

  • Understand why certain behaviours may be occurring.
  • Limit the likelihood of a challenging behaviour before it occurs.
  • Respond in a supportive way when challenging behaviours are occurring.

You must register to attend this workshop: http://bit.ly/30CUJUL

AutismBC Talks: Understanding and Supporting Challenging Behaviours

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