Assisting children with autism to practice appropriate behavior can be quite challenging, especially when unexpected environmental factors play a significant part. We can not always control what others do in public, like at school, the grocery store, or in a store, etc. But there are techniques that parents, educators, health professionals and literally anyone involved with children with autism can employ.
Educational interventions include sensory, communication, and social skills, and appropriate behavior. Knowing exactly how to employ these techniques is attainable, given the right resources.
The resources are the experts that make attaining this knowledge simple and crystal clear. People like Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh (founder of C.A.R.D), Dr. Stephen Shore, Keri Bowers, and many others are just a few of the experts (over 18 speakers) that will be speaking at the upcoming conference in Vancouver this April 7 – 9th, 2011! This is THE conference to attend this year!
By doing so, you will gain valuable knowledge not only in learning behavioral strategies, but you will also learn about the best possible nutrition and up-to-date health interventions for optimal quality of life! All of these elements are KEY for optimal success of your child with autism, as well as setting the stage for a happier, more harmonious family life!
Also, meet Jerry Newport, Stephen Shore, Sheila Wagner, Eustacia Cutler (Temple Grandin’s Mom), and Kelly LeBrock in person!
Visit http://autismvancouver.com/ for details!