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Reach Inclusion and Integration Training: Level 1 (SW Ontario)

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Community Living London

190 Adelaide St. South

London, Ont N5Z 3L1

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Regional Inclusion and Integration Training Level 1

This 3 hour training gives an overall for best strategies in the Reach framework

Inclusion Module discusses what Reach does and how we partner with existing recreation programs. It discusses AODA standards and addresses how to break through barriers (attitudinal, physical, and systemic) to support inclusion. Programs are tasked with looking at their existing programs and seeing where they need to go. Strategies are given for program staff to help them become more inclusive.

Differing Abilities Module looks at some of the characteristics of Developmental disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder-ASD. It then delves deeper into an understanding of what sensory needs are and how they can affect behavior. We then look at some of the characteristics of Physical disabilities such as Cerebral Palsy (mobility, vision, hearing) and follow through with tips on safe lifting practices.

Communication Module focusses on expressive and receptive language needs and the important strategies for coaches/instructors/teachers to use for maximum understanding and participation. We look at how to use visual schedules and transition supports to create routine, predictability and reduce anxiety.

Behaviour Module looks at behaviour as communication. We delve into the early signs of frustration and offer pro-active strategies to deal with that frustration to reduce behavior before it becomes a crisis. We will look at what a crisis situation look like and how staff, participant and peers can remain safe during a crisis.

Personal Care Module will focus on personal care strategies to meet the needs of each participant such as health needs, toileting, showering, dressing, mealtimes and sleeping. We will then look at seizure protocols as outline by Epilepsy Toronto.

Dress Code: Casual

Accommodations: Should you require any accommodations or information in an accessible and/or alternative format, please let us know two (2) weeks in advance of the training.

Refund Policy: All sales are final. If you foresee or experience any issues with registration and/or attendance, please contact Reach directly.

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190 Adelaide St. South

London, Ont N5Z 3L1

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