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2-Day Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder AND Build Social Skills in Kids with Autism, Sensory Pr

Event Date: 2016-05-16 City, State: San Francisco, CA « Back to Event Calender
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Day 1:

Attend today’s seminar and learn the sensory connection to behavior and learning struggles for kids with autism. You will leave with strategies to promote language, increase focus and expand play, as well as other creative ideas to design new and innovative techniques!

Early signs of sensory processing difficulties that may be linked to autism will be more recognizable. The latest brain research supports using sensory integration theory as a lens for viewing specific behavioral, learning and social challenges, such as:

  • Inattention & increased distraction
  • Difficulty with visual motor tasks
  • Hitting self & others
  • Escaping behaviors
  • Extreme reactions to sensory input

Take home a toolbox full of sensory strategies to aid children with autism, and increase their success both academically and socially!

Day 2:

We all know how important it is for children to build social connections and have relationships that thrive and succeed!

We will show you how to utilize the sensory systems within activity-rich lessons to increase social skills for children with HFA, ADHD and sensory issues.

We will demonstrate sensory activities that create opportunities to increase emotional and sensory regulation that leads to social connectivity. Children will become more confident and comfortable taking social risks, preparing them for future real-time social interactions.

You will learn specific strategies to build social competency:
  • Reading nonverbal and verbal social cues
  • Executive Functioning Strategies
  • Making Theory of Mind concrete
  • Selective Attention
  • Social Sense Habits of the Week

Come experience and learn strategies for kids who struggle connecting with others.

Objectives:

Day 1:
  1. Assess how sensory processing, environmental and communication issues influence learning and behavior.
  2. Describe the latest brain research on autism spectrum disorders and how these findings impact the way therapists and educators work with children/adolescence.
  3. Explain how early sensory-motor experiences are stored in the brain.
  4. List the components of sensory integration and sensory processing difficulties common to children with a diagnosis of autism.
  5. Examine how early experiences may be perceived differently for children with autism due to brain differences.
  6. Summarize how underlying sensory processing difficulties impact learning, behavior and social skills.

Day 2:
  1. Describe the latest brain research, and how these findings impact the way therapists and educators work with children/adults with social skills deficits.
  2. Provide an explanation on sensory integration and the link to social skills.
  3. Summarize how underlying sensory processing difficulties impact learning, behavior and social skills.
  4. Examine how early experiences set the stage for more intricate social intelligence.
  5. Provide strategies on helping students identify and communicate their needs, monitor their levels of sensory stimulation, observe and attach meaning to the nuances of social situations.
  6. Discover the most important social skills for our students to have and how they can rely on their basic sensory foundation to teach these incredibly complex skills. Lesson plans that are ready to go!
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Day 1:

Attend today’s seminar and learn the sensory connection to behavior and learning struggles for kids with autism. You will leave with strategies to promote language, increase focus and expand play, as well as other creative ideas to design new and innovative techniques!

Early signs of sensory processing difficulties that may be linked to autism will be more recognizable. The latest brain research supports using sensory integration theory as a lens for viewing specific behavioral, learning and social challenges, such as:

Inattention & increased distraction

Difficulty with visual motor tasks

Hitting self & others

Escaping behaviors

Extreme reactions to sensory input


Take home a toolbox full of sensory strategies to aid children with autism, and increase their success both academically and socially!

Day 2:

We all know how important it is for children to build social connections and have relationships that thrive and succeed!

We will show you how to utilize the sensory systems within activity-rich lessons to increase social skills for children with HFA, ADHD and sensory issues.

We will demonstrate sensory activities that create opportunities to increase emotional and sensory regulation that leads to social connectivity. Children will become more confident and comfortable taking social risks, preparing them for future real-time social interactions.

You will learn specific strategies to build social competency:

Reading nonverbal and verbal social cues

Executive Functioning Strategies

Making Theory of Mind concrete

Selective Attention

Social Sense Habits of the Week


Come experience and learn strategies for kids who struggle connecting with others.

Objectives:

Day 1:

  1. Assess how sensory processing, environmental and communication issues influence learning and behavior.
  2. Describe the latest brain research on autism spectrum disorders and how these findings impact the way therapists and educators work with children/adolescence.
  3. Explain how early sensory-motor experiences are stored in the brain.
  4. List the components of sensory integration and sensory processing difficulties common to children with a diagnosis of autism.
  5. Examine how early experiences may be perceived differently for children with autism due to brain differences.
  6. Summarize how underlying sensory processing difficulties impact learning, behavior and social skills.


Day 2:

  1. Describe the latest brain research, and how these findings impact the way therapists and educators work with children/adults with social skills deficits.
  2. Provide an explanation on sensory integration and the link to social skills.
  3. Summarize how underlying sensory processing difficulties impact learning, behavior and social skills.
  4. Examine how early experiences set the stage for more intricate social intelligence.
  5. Provide strategies on helping students identify and communicate their needs, monitor their levels of sensory stimulation, observe and attach meaning to the nuances of social situations.
  6. Discover the most important social skills for our students to have and how they can rely on their basic sensory foundation to teach these incredibly complex skills. Lesson plans that are ready to go!




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