This workshop is for any parent, professional, family member, or friend who is working on behalf of toddlers, children, adolescents, or adults. Participants will receive a Social Stories 10.3 Certificate upon completion of this three--session workshop.
Social Stories™* have been used for over thirty years with people with autism of all ages to help them understand daily interactions and events and applaud achievements. The first Social Stories supported secondary students with autism in vocational experiences in the community with a sound philosophy and personalized practicality. Today, Social Stories are a respected evidence-based practice that is employed most frequently with individuals diagnosed with social communication disorders or other disabilities, as well as typically developing children. Each Story addresses a personalized topic via a process and document characteristics that adhere to ten defining criteria that ensure the integrity and safety of the approach.
Using lecture, discussion, and activities, this presentation covers Social Stories throughout the lifespan. Participants will learn the state of the Social Story art and science, and the ten criteria that define what is and is not a Social Story. In addition to a PowerPoint® handout, each participant will receive a workbook with short one-to-three-minute exercises to apply concepts and practice skills as they are presented.
At the conclusion of this workshop, each participant will be able to:
Time Ordered Agenda
This online workshop is complete in three two-hour sessions.
|Course Date||26-01-2022 7:00 pm|
|Course End Date||26-01-2022 9:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||06-01-2022|
|Individual Price||Registration Fee €5|