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Autism Brant Webinar Gallery

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Anxiety & ASD - Autism Spectrum Disorder


#Anxiety #ASD #Emotions

Dr. Ben Klein, Developmental Paediatrician is joined by Lorraine DeJong, Social Worker, and Susan Battin, BCBA, Autism Services, to talk about Anxiety and Autism. How does Anxiety look different with ASD? What makes it worse? And what can help make it better.

Intro to ABA Term - Applied Behaviour Analysis


#Terms #ABA #Introduction

An introduction to the world of ABA - covering the basics of Applied Behaviour Analysis. Hosted by Courtney and Abbey, autism therapists at Lansdowne Children's Centre in Brantford.

Juggling the Duties of the Brain | Understanding Executive Functioning


#Behaviour #Emotions #Learning

Have you ever noticed how the skills on a child's report card often resemble the skills listed on a job application? Executive functioning is a set of mental skills that include working memory, flexible thinking and self control. We use these skills everyday to learn, work and manage daily life. Learn how to identify challenges with executive function, and how to implement learning strategies, as we walk through different scenarios that may relate to aspects of your own life and/or your child's life.

Routines - What they are, and why we use them


#Routines #Learning #Outings

Life is full of routines. In this webinar we talk about how to plan a routine with your child, considering their skills and needs as well as your own as a parent or caregiver. We also provide tools and tips for communicating and learning the routine with your child.

Toileting Part 2 - Evidence Based Strategies to Reach Your Training Goals


#Toileting #Skills #Learning

If your child can sit upright for at least 3 minutes, follow one-step instructions and demonstrate awareness of a wet/dirty diaper, you're on your way to toileting! Now let's talk about Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced goals and how to make progress.

Healthy Sleeping Habits, The Why and the How of Sleep Hygiene


#Sleep #Routines #Behaviour

This webinar about Sleep Hygiene discusses common questions about the need for sleep and how ASD may affect a child's ability to get the rest they need. In this video we offer tips and training on navigating common struggles including bed wetting, transitioning to a new bed, establishing a routine, night waking and sleeping alone. We want to help you establish healthy sleeping habits.

Intro to ASD - Autism Spectrum Disorder


#ASD #Introduction

Learn about how a child/youth perceives and interacts with the environment, and how you can change the environment around your child/youth, to help them be more successful.

Preparing for Outings, What Makes Outings Challenging?


#Outings #Behaviour #Desensitization #Communication

Learn about understanding sensory needs and awareness, how to communicate with children to prepare them for outings, role playing games to help practice, environmental considerations you can prepare, and how to reinforce appropriate behaviour.

Toileting Part 1 - Are You Ready? | Identifying Readiness and Preparing Skills for Learning


#Toileting #Skills #Learning

Is your child ready to start toilet training? Chantal from Autism Services Brant walks us through identifying readiness and provides helpful instruction on identifying and teaching necessary skills to teach toilet training.

Toys and How They Support Skill Development and Reaching Your Child's Goals


#Toys #Skills #Learning #Play

Learn about toys you can purchase or make at home to stimulate learning, and skill building with your child. Toys are a valuable teaching too. They help children learn, explore, share and create. They also offer ways for children to interact with their peers and others while learning a variety of life skills.

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