Supporting Executive Functioning Skills for Children & Youth with ASD

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Tuesday, April 12
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

  • POPARD
  • training_lib@autismoutreach.ca
  • Free

Many individuals with ASD struggle with executive functioning, however improving skills in this area is vital for developing independence and functioning successfully in many settings. This workshop will help families:

  • Develop a better understanding of executive functioning and how it relates to home, school, and community  
  • Learn strategies to support their child/youth with executive functioning in varied settings

DETAILS & REGISTRATION

About this Workshop:

  • Presented via Zoom (the Zoom link for this session will be included in your confirmation email – if you don’t see a confirmation email after you have registered, check your junk/spam folder)
  • Audience: This training is primarily intended for parents and families of students who are on the Autism spectrum, however educators and other professionals may attend
  • This FREE 1-hour workshop will include 45 minutes of content and 15 minutes of Q&A   

Presenter: Veena Birring Hayer (email Veena directly if you have any questions about this workshop: fsl@autismoutreach.ca)

Supporting Executive Functioning Skills for Children & Youth with ASD

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