Intervention Training For Frontline Workers

"I like the third session, very practical. Very important to know the personal profile of child. Working with ASD children, we need to understand "why" the behaviour happen. Then apply positive behaviour support, visual supports, quick wins! evidence-based supports and strategies, tolls for self-regulation etc."

Sandra Cheng, Early Childhood Educator

"It was great workshop. I really enjoyed every section. Just amazing and perfect workshop. The amount of video and face to face guiding is perfect. I really love it."

Maria Lee, Early Childhood Educator

"The use of videos is extremely helpful, allowing you to see techniques in action rather than trying to visualize them from what is being said. I thoroughly enjoyed all 3 workshop evenings. I found the information very useful and I can't wait to bring some techniques back to the center with me! I have shared many of the links already with my colleagues and they can't wait to hear more about the workshops. Thank you for all the valuable tips, discussions, links and encouragement that this workshop provided ūüôā"

Mary Tracy, Early Childhood Educator

"Every aspect of the 3 workshop was very informative with visual videos to clearly understand ASD. The amount of resources and support for families and child. Overall I truly admire and dedication that is place to help the families and children. As ECE it has given me new tools and strategies to support, guide, inform my families and children. Thank you for all the information and guidance to keep as teachers or parents to continue working for our children."

Julia Cecilia Garcia, Early Childhood Educator

"The speakers were engaging, lots of video, room for questions."

Supported Child Development Consultant, BC Centre for Ability

"I like the way the material is broke down and presented each night, building on everyone's experience and skill level around ASD. The videos keep it engaging so the information is easier understood and relatable. Also loved how much they broke down basic strategies (visuals) and the importance of taking the time to find out the 'why' before implementing them!"

Supported Child Development Consultant, BC Centre for Ability

"A friendly presentation for educators regardless of their experience."

Supported Child Development Consultant, BC Centre for Ability

"Thank you for a great first 'virtual' training experience."

Supported Child Development Consultant, BC Centre for Ability

Workshop & Education Opportunities

These training and education opportunities are¬†suitable for parents, those working one-to-one with young children, or those seeking ways to support inclusion in small or large group settings. All workshops are rooted in peer-reviewed research and evidence-informed practices. ¬†Content is appropriate for those supporting children with neurodiversities aged 0-19 in home, school, and/or community environments.¬†‚Äč

Workshops range in length and can be delivered online or in person. Information can be tailored to specific group needs. Available content includes but is not limited to:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder and related neurodiversities
  • Positive Behaviour Support (PBS): preventing challenging behaviours before they¬†begin
  • The history and evolution of early intervention for children with autism
  • Natural Developmental Behavioural Interventions (NDBIs)
  • Evidence-informed supports:¬†strategies¬†you can use today!
  • Social supports: peers supporting peers in small or large group settings
  • Fostering inclusive environments: Universal Design for Learning
  • Coaching conversations

Click here to see our upcoming workshops. If you are interested in a specific workshop for your group, please contact us to discuss your requirements. We are happy to develop content in our areas of expertise based on unique group needs.