If you are a parent, educator or other professional working with individuals with social cognitive, executive function, communication & emotional regulation difficulties, the Autism Awareness Centre, Inc. conference in Vancouver February 27 and 28 is for you!
Cruises can be a fun and exciting way to vacation. However, many families of children with autism spectrum disorder or related disabilities are apprehensive about vacationing this way. Some parents are afraid of journeying beyond their own communities because they fear stares, rude comments, or judgments by others when having to deal with their child’s eccentric, or even violent behaviors in public (Manuel-Logan, 2013).
Learn about executive function and how executive function skills contribute to success. Readers will receive specific instructions, templates, and how-to scenarios for the 25 strategies presented in this unique resource.
Push To Open offers a proactive planning guide to help general education teachers understand the most critical characteristics of autism, and plan their classroom environment around sensory, communication, social and instructional issues.
11209 Strang Line Rd.
Lenexa, KS 66215
(913) 897-1004 (tel)
(913) 871-7787 (fax)