Objective: Learn about various types of interview questions and practice answering common interview questions. Suitable for: Participants who have little to no experience with interviews. Prerequisites: Confirmation of Young Adults […]
This group uses children’s books to help young children with a sibling diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder learn about, and embrace difference. The group consists of a storybook reading, a related activity, and a follow-up parent debrief to discuss the story, its themes, and how to respond to questions that may arise later on. The storybook this month will be The Boy with Big, Big Feelings.
This 4-session group will help participants become more independent by providing strategies related to time management, organization, motivation, and problem solving skills. Participants will leave the group with helpful ideas to use when studying or completing homework. This group includes a parent debrief at the end of each session to review the strategies discussed, and how to put these strategies into practice.
This 10-week group uses fun and interactive activities to help teens explore and celebrate characteristics and traits that make them both unique, and similar to others. Don’t let internet research be your family’s only tool for learning about ASD. Group members will learn about self-advocacy, gain insight into a supportive ASD community, and learn what it means to identify as neurodiverse.
This 2 ½-hour workshop introduces the various learning styles used by those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and strategies to support teaching a wide range of skills such as visual supports, prompting, and motivation. This workshop is intended for parents/caregivers and professionals supporting persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).