Group Programming & Caregiver Workshops

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Title: Life After High School: What to teach and how to teach it

Date: TBD
Location: TBD
Cost: $100 per person

Audience: Educators, parents, siblings, group home staff, students

This one day workshop introduces the participants to options for life after high school for individuals with ASD and other developmental disabilities. Barriers to accessing each option will be discussed as well as strategies to overcome those barriers. Participants will be introduced to assessment tools that can be used to help determine what skills should be taught to increase opportunities for participation and teaching strategies and to teach those skills.  

Title: PEERS for Young Adults

Date: TBD
Location: Zoom
Cost: $1000 per person (and coach) for 14 sessions

Audience: Motivated young adults interested in learning skills to make and keep friends
 

PEERS® for Young Adults is a 16-week evidence-based social skills intervention for motivated young adults

between 18-38 years of age who are interested in learning skills to make and keep friends and develop

romantic relationships. This internationally acclaimed program was originally developed at UCLA by PEERS®

Clinic Founding Director, Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson. During each group session, young adults are taught

important social skills and are given the opportunity to practice these skills. PEERS® may be appropriate for

teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Anxiety, Depression or other social and behavioral disorders.

 

Young adults must be socially motivated and attend each session with a social coach.

Young Adults will learn about:

• Conversational Skills

• Appropriate Use of Humor

• Electronic Communication

• Handling Direct and Indirect Bullying

• Handling Arguments & Disagreements

• Organizing Get-Togethers with Friends

• Dating Skills

• Strategies for Handling Sexual Pressure

Title: Life After High School: What to teach and how to teach it

Date: TBD
Location: TBD
Cost: $100 per person ($150 per couple)

Audience: Educators, parents, siblings, group home staff, students

This one day workshop introduces the participants to options for life after high school for individuals with ASD and other developmental disabilities. Barriers to accessing each option will be discussed as well as strategies to overcome those barriers. Participants will be introduced to assessment tools that can be used to help determine what skills should be taught to increase opportunities for participation and teaching strategies and to teach those skills.  

Title: Life After High School: What to teach and how to teach it

Date: TBD
Location: TBD
Cost: $100 per person ($150 per couple)

Audience: Educators, parents, siblings, group home staff, students

This one day workshop introduces the participants to options for life after high school for individuals with ASD and other developmental disabilities. Barriers to accessing each option will be discussed as well as strategies to overcome those barriers. Participants will be introduced to assessment tools that can be used to help determine what skills should be taught to increase opportunities for participation and teaching strategies and to teach those skills.  

Title: Life After High School: What to teach and how to teach it

Date: TBD
Location: TBD
Cost: $100 per person ($150 per couple)

Audience: Educators, parents, siblings, group home staff, students

This one day workshop introduces the participants to options for life after high school for individuals with ASD and other developmental disabilities. Barriers to accessing each option will be discussed as well as strategies to overcome those barriers. Participants will be introduced to assessment tools that can be used to help determine what skills should be taught to increase opportunities for participation and teaching strategies and to teach those skills.  

Title: Life After High School: What to teach and how to teach it

Date: TBD
Location: TBD
Cost: $100 per person ($150 per couple)

Audience: Educators, parents, siblings, group home staff, students

This one day workshop introduces the participants to options for life after high school for individuals with ASD and other developmental disabilities. Barriers to accessing each option will be discussed as well as strategies to overcome those barriers. Participants will be introduced to assessment tools that can be used to help determine what skills should be taught to increase opportunities for participation and teaching strategies and to teach those skills.  

Title: Life After High School: What to teach and how to teach it

Date: TBD
Location: TBD
Cost: $100 per person ($150 per couple)

Audience: Educators, parents, siblings, group home staff, students

This one day workshop introduces the participants to options for life after high school for individuals with ASD and other developmental disabilities. Barriers to accessing each option will be discussed as well as strategies to overcome those barriers. Participants will be introduced to assessment tools that can be used to help determine what skills should be taught to increase opportunities for participation and teaching strategies and to teach those skills.  

Work shop Registration

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To purchase the workshop payment methods accepted are

paypal or etransfer to kerryanne@progressivesteps.ca

Title: Life After High School: What to teach and how to teach it

Date: TBD
Location: TBD
Cost: $100 per person ($150 per couple)

Audience: Educators, parents, siblings, group home staff, students

This one day workshop introduces the participants to options for life after high school for individuals with ASD and other developmental disabilities. Barriers to accessing each option will be discussed as well as strategies to overcome those barriers. Participants will be introduced to assessment tools that can be used to help determine what skills should be taught to increase opportunities for participation and teaching strategies and to teach those skills.