CES Sessions
All sessions are offered at no cost.

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12 Sep 2017

Rage Age: How to Reach and Connect with Angry Adolescent Girls

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Aggressive angry adolescent girls are an increasing fallacy of female empowerment in our schools requiring intensive services and monopolizing crucial amounts of time by school staff. Gain insight and understanding of their provocative, self-destructive and conflicting behavior. Learn how to be a champion and create a dream team for these girls within your setting. Gain and practice tools on how to relate to and intervene with this hard to reach population to help them develop into resilient, competent young women.

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14 Sep 2017

Part 1 - "Changing Roles": Successful Strategies for Promoting Independence for Individuals with Autism in the Transition to Adulthood

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

We will share strategies to help your son or daughter navigate the transition to adulthood including post-secondary school/training and employment. Topics discussed include:
- Post-secondary/Vocational Training/Employment programs
- Addressing disclosure
- Breaking down potential barriers, including anxiety
- The parents' changing role
- Promoting independence in your son or daughter
- Ready, Willing and Able
- Community Resources
And More........

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21 Sep 2017

Part 2 - "Please get my Child off the Couch": Successful Strategies for Promoting Independence and Self-Advocacy within Individuals with Autism

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

We will share strategies to increase your son or daughter's motivation to become independent in all aspects of life including daily living, post-secondary school or training, and employment. Topics discussed will include:
- Independence
- Self-advocacy
- The parents' changing role
- Using reinforcement to increase motivation
- Community Resources
And more........

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02 Oct 2017

ADHD is Awesome!

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

ADHD is often thought of in terms of its symptoms and associated problems. Unfortunately, a deficit-based approach, focusing on what is wrong, can be very impairing for children and their families. However, there are so many positive qualities of ADHD that need to be celebrated! In this session, you will learn about why ADHD is awesome and the assets children with ADHD possess. Importantly, you will also learn how to help children learn to embrace their awesomeness and boost them to success.

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