The Canuck Autism Network training program will once again share knowledge and proven strategies for support of individuals with autism, covering a range of areas from the classroom, home and community settings.
The training program for next week will also provide crucial training for First Responders that will help them to identify autism, in order to safely and effectively respond to situations that arise that relate to individuals on the spectrum.
|Charles Hays Secondary will host a Wednesday evening training session|
from the Canucks Autism Network
The Prince Rupert Session will take place Wednesday, February 7th from 6:30 to 8:30 at Charles Hays Secondary School, it is sponsored by the Friendship House and School District 52.
Cost of the session is five dollars and you can get more registration information about the Wednesday program from Christine Danroth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Among some of the themes to be reviewed at the Prince Rupert session are:
Autism 101: Challenges faced by individuals with autism in community settings
Motivation and Behaviour Support Strategies
Tips for Successful Inclusion
In addition to the stop in Prince Rupert, the Canucks Autism Network will host sessions around the Northwest as follows:
February 5 -- Kitimat -- Kitimat General Hospital (6:30-9:00 PM)
February 6 -- Terrace -- Northwest Community College (1-4 PM)
February 6 -- Terrace -- Northwest Community College (7-9 PM)
February 8 -- Kitimat -- Kitimat General Hospital (6:30-8 PM)
February 9 -- Kildala -- Kildala Elementary School ( 9AM to Noon)
More information related to the Northwest Tour is available here.
A guide to the training programs offered by the Canucks Autism Network can be reviewed here.
For more items related to School District 52 see our archive page here.
Our notes on Community Events is available for review here.
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