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Programming for Social Development for Children with ASD or Intellectual Disability

December 1 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
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SSCY Centre, 1155 Notre Dame Ave.
Winnipeg, R3E 3G1 Canada

Social skills are one of the most commonly identified deficits in individuals with ASD, yet remain one of the hardest sets of skills to figure out how to teach. Many intervention approaches focus on imitation, modeling and reinforcement of discrete social skills however research indicates only marginal impact. With so many professionals studying social skills, why are we still getting it wrong? The first common mistake is looking at social skills as a rote list of skills to be taught. To be socially successful, one needs to know how to access and apply their social knowledge in constantly changing situations. To date the Relate Program has taught over 300 Manitoban Families some of these very same teaching techniques and ideas. We are now making this available to professionals. This professional workshop series is presented by the Relate Program of the Rehabilitation Centre for Children, and is based on Relationship Development […]

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1:00 pm

International Day of Persons with Disabilities

December 1 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Attitude Matters: Shared stories & performances of human rights Canadian Museum for Human Rights Friday, December 1, 1pm to 3pm Featuring: Journalist Donna Carreiro, Performer Angela Chalmers, Performer Debbie Patterson, and Comedian Dianna Rasing   Musical performances by Scott Tones, Jordan Phillips, FASD Life’s Journey Drum Group Free admission. ASL & note taking supports available • #IDPD Capacity is limited to 500 attendees. Call 204-945-7613 if you require other accommodations. Sponsored by: Manitoba Hydro Presented by: Abilities Manitoba, Barrier-Free Manitoba, Disabilities Issues Office, Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities Supported by: Connect Employment, DASCH, enVision Community Living, Epic Opportunities, ImagineAbility, Pulford Community Living, Red River College Disability And Community Support Program, SCE Lifeworks, St.Amant, Visions of Independence, Winnserv

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