“Keys to the Treasure Chest” Autism Conference

Welcome Message

On behalf of the organizing committee of the 2010 Training Workshop “Keys to the Treasure Chest, Discover the Gems Within!”, I would like to extend an invitation to you to join us at this exciting two day event. The workshop will be taking place in Calgary, AB on November 22nd & 23rd 2010 at the MacEwan Conference and Event Centre.

We are proud to be bringing to you Dr. Temple Grandin, Dr. Stephen Shore and Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh, all of whom are leading experts on Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorders. They will focus on providing practical strategies for working with people with ASD in the areas of; behavior, social difficulties, emotions, relationships, and others.

The main focus of the conference is “Strategies for Behavioral Management for Autism Spectrum Disorders“. More details on course content to follow.

This workshop will provide great advice and strategies to assist parents, family members, caregivers, physicians, educators, therapists, social workers, nurses, and other professionals in assisting children and adolescents in overcoming challenges, improving behavior, social understanding and relationships for those with autism. This event will be very beneficial for parents and loved ones because not only will they get an incredible amount of information, they will be inspired. One of our main goals of this workshop is to give people hope.

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to meet Dr. Temple Grandin, Dr. Stephen Shore and Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh, network with other parents and professionals and gain the knowledge and skills to help individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders succeed.

We look forward to seeing you in Calgary.

Visit www.AutismCalgary.org

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