April 2, 2011
ASEAN AUTISM NETWORK Theme ?ACT FOR AUTISM NOW?
Autism is now considered the fastest rising developmental disability in the world, autism prevalence in children rose from 1:150 to 1:110. (Released by Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network in 2009). More will be diagnosed with autism than diabetes, cancer and AIDS combined in the coming years.
Different cultures hold different views about life and the world. But how do people from different cultures see Autism? How autism is viewed in a society impacts how people with autism are integrated, what services are available for families and whether or not families use those services.
Learn the basic sensory processing and principles of Sensory Integration, the common sensory processing problems and the reasons underlying it. Know also the environmental modification techniques or adapting the home or space and the importance of play and self-care tasks in sensory processing/ integration.
Understanding the Picky Eater
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Date: March 19, 2011, Saturday Time: 1:00 ? 5:00 PM
Venue: ASP Office, Room 307, ML Bldg., #47 Kamias Road, Quezon City
THE WORKSHOP: EXPLORING PLAY WITH PARENTS AND CHILDREN A ? DAY HANDS ON WORKSHOP (for parents and children up to the age of 5)Submitted by webmaster on Mon, 03/14/2011 - 13:41
This workshop will explore children?s play behaviour from infants to preschoolers. Parents will get to share their own play experience with the group and develop positive play guidance skills with their children.
During the workshop besides focussing on the parent-child interaction in both verbal and non-verbal behaviours, the Facilitator will also provide and insight on children?s development and play behaviours.