Social skills training is one of the most critical components in the education for individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Individuals equipped with good social skills are often more successful in school and in the workplace. Having meaningful friendships also enhances greatly the quality of their lives. Recent research has demonstrated that teaching interactions can be very effective in teaching social skills. This technique is a conversational teaching technique that is systematic yet flexible. In this two day workshop, participants will learn about social skills curriculum and assessment and spend a day to have hands on practice in learning how to do a teaching interaction.
This workshop is designed to teach participants specific techniques in implementing Teaching Interactions. The workshop will include didactic presentation, clinical video review, role-play, discussion and hands-on practice. Teachers, social workers, counselors, psychologists, helping professionals and parents who are interested in treatment of ASD are welcome to participate.
A certificate of Attendance will be issued by Autism Partnership upon completion of the course.
Dr. Mitchell Taubman (Ph.D.)
Co-founder and Director of Autism Partnership
Mr. Toby Mountjoy (MSc, ABA)
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
Associate Director of Autism Partnership
Day1 - Didactic Session :
Day2 - Hands-on Sessions :
||4 September, 2016 (Sun)
||9:00am – 5:00pm
||Autism Partnership Centre [7/F, 633 King’s Road, North Point]
||Participants can select to join English group or Cantonese group
||HK$3,000 / person [for both DAY1 and DAY 2 - HK$1,200+HK$1,800]
|Early Bird Special:
||HK$2,500 / person [enroll and pay before August 5]
||DAY 2 is only open for applicants who have already registered for DAY 1 program
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Early Bird deadline: August 5, 2016
Registration deadline: August 19, 2016
Space is limited - Registration on a first come, first served basis!
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