Thursday & Friday, October 21 & 22, 2022
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Web stream live to your home, school, or office!
Special Rate for B.C. Educators
POPARD and ACT are partnering to offer a subsided rate for BC educators to attend this online presentation by Michelle Garcia Winner. Thanks to POPARD’s generous sponsorship, the fee for this workshop has been reduced to $125 per person.
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About the Event
In this two day presentation, Michelle Garcia Winner, CCC-SLP, founder and CEO of Social Thinking®, will use Social Thinking® methodology to focus on the needs of social learners who struggle with self-regulation by teaching lessons that promote development of social competencies.
Day 1: Thursday, October 20, 2022, 9:00am to 3:00pm Pacific Time
Practical ideas for teaching social competencies targeting self-regulation and friendship
Day 2: Friday, October 21, 2022, 9:00am to 3:00pm Pacific Time
Individualized Journeys: explaining how the social world works before expecting self-regulation
See the full Event Registration Page for daily agendas, learning objectives and more.
About the Presenter
Michelle Garcia Winner, MA, CCC-SLP – Founder & CEO of Social Thinking
Michelle Garcia Winner is a Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in the treatment of students with social cognitive deficits at the Social Thinking Center, her clinic in San Jose, California. After years of working in schools and in private practice with a wide-range of individuals on the autism spectrum, Social Thinking was born out of necessity as a way to reach those “bright but socially clueless students” who needed more information than just what social skill to use. She coined the term “Social Thinking®” in the mid-1990s and continues to evolve the Social Thinking framework that today includes information, vocabulary, curriculum, and strategies that help individuals with social learning challenges become better social thinkers. Her years of experience demonstrated that lessons taught through Social Thinking could apply across a range of disorders that extends beyond ASD, to individuals with ADHD, nonverbal learning challenges, as well as those with head injuries or emotional learning challenges.
For more information about Michelle and Social Thinking, visit the Social Thinking website.