Time Start/End: 09:00/05:00Communication in Autism - Differences & Support Strategies


Communication in Autism - Differences & Support Strategies
By Amanda Reed
Dates: 15 June 2021 (Tuesday)
Time: 9:00 am – 05:00 pm (Singapore Standard Time GMT+0800)
Venue: Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium 317 Outram Road Singapore 169075
Early Bird (Closing date: 31 March 2021): SGD$370
Normal (Till Full): SGD$420

Course Outline
1. Definition of communication
2. Components of communication
3. Types of communication
4. The spectrum of communication profiles observed in individuals with autism
5. Supporting receptive communication
6. Supporting expressive communication
7. Teaching new communication skills
8. Q & A

Course Objectives
On completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:
• Define functional communication
• Differentiate between receptive and expressive communication
• Describe the distinction between verbal and non-verbal communication
• List the areas of communication in which differences occur in individuals with autism
• Identify and prioritise areas in which communication supports are needed
• List several evidence-informed communication support systems commonly used in autism 
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Time Start/End: 09:00/17:00Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing® (LiPS®) Program for Reading, Spelling, and Speech


Dates:  14 - 16 June 2021 (Mon - Wed)
Time:   9:00 am – 5:00 pm (Singapore Standard Time GMT +0800)
Venue: Live Online 


This course explores the sensory-cognitive processes basic to phonemic processing, decoding, spelling, and reading in context. Class members will learn the role of phonemic awareness in 1) tracking sounds and letters within words, 2) decoding, 3) spelling and 4) development of fluency in contextual reading. The class will learn to develop phoneme awareness for all ages of students. Study and supervised practice will allow class members to learn to respond to the response to develop the sensory-cognitive function of phonemic awareness and apply that to improved reading and spelling. In addition to demonstration and practice in developmental techniques, class members participate in evaluating their own phonemic awareness—an individual's own phonemic processing is basic to a full understanding and use of the assessment and instructional techniques presented. Discussion, demonstration, and supervised practice in techniques are utilized to teach class members questioning techniques to stimulate the integration of auditory, visual, and articulatory cues. Application of this processing is applied to decoding and spelling. Information and techniques are gained through discussion, demonstration, video, reading, and supervised practice.

Course Fee:

Early Bird (by 31 March 2021): S$2500 

Normal (Till Full): S$2700





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Time Start/End: 09:00/12:31Dyslexia: Research and Practice - Learning Strategies and Classroom Approaches


Dates: 14 and 15 June 2021 (Mon and Tue)
Time: 9.00am – 12.30pm (Singapore Standard Time GMT+0800)
Venue: Live Online


The aim of this course is to enhance participants' understanding of key issues and interventions in learning and teaching for children with dyslexia. The course will discuss the research and then focus on learning about the child with dyslexia. This will be relevant to both primary and secondary teachers and to parents and all professionals working in this area. There will be an emphasis on equipping the student with the learning skills to develop independence, reflective learning and autonomy in learning.

Course Fee:

Early Bird (By 31 Mar 2021): S$350

Normal (Till Full): S$400

For more and registration: https://mcusercontent.com/01bbcaa6e81a377c662c1f8c1/files/cda592c2-44cd-4146-a5bb-6adf8c0b85dd/2021_Emailer_Dr_Gavin_Reid_Dyslexia_Research_and_Practice_Learning_Strategies_and_Classroom_Approaches_June_2021.01.pdf




 
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Time Start/End: 09:00/13:00Making Friends: Strategies To Improve Social Understanding And Friendship Skills (ASD- LEVEL 1 & 2)


Dates: 15 Jun 2021 (Tue)
Time: 9.00am - 1.00pm (Singapore Standard Time GMT+0800)
Venue: Live Online Training
 
The presentation explains the four stages in the development of friendship and strategies to encourage the development of friendship skills and social integration from children as young as three years to young adults.  The activities can be applied in the classroom, playground and at home.

For more information and registration, http://bridgingtalents.com/2021_Prof_Tony_Attwood_Making_Friends-Strategies_to_Improve_Social_Understanding_and_Friendship_Skills.aspx
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