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The Art of Manding: skills & ideas to teach children with autism to request

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Pacific Autism Family Network

3688 Cessna Drive

Richmond, BC V7B 1C3

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This workshop is for parents and BIs who are working with young children with autism who are beginning stages of vocalizations - sounds to single words and want to learn about verbal manding.

During this workshop you will:
- Learn what manding is and why we need to teach it
- Learn how to create requesting opportunities throughout a child’s day to increase communication
- Create a tool box of reinforcers to take home with you
A basic understanding of the priniciples of Applied Behaviour Analysis is a pre-requite for this class. The Autism Support Network is sponsoring the event and including the the video class ABA 101: Basic ABA theory (value $20) by iTalk Autism (www.italkautism.com)

*New extended workshop will include more examples and learning opportunities!

Price is $25, includes bag of reinforcers, workbook and light refreshments.

**$20 early bird rate for registrations before September 6th

Space is limited so register now!!

This workshop is developed and facilitated by Amanda Raichelle Perry of iTalk Autism. About Amanda:
Amanda Raichelle Perry is passionate about all children with autism developing basic communication. Whether that's by speaking, signing, sharing a symbol or picture, or pressing buttons on an iPad. She has been working with children with special needs since 1995 and in the field of Applied Behaviour Anyalsis since 2000. She has worked as a behaviour interventionist, an ABA SW in schools and as an ECE In preschools. In 2017 she adopted her foster son who has autism and so understands both the professional and family side of autism.

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