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Autism Training Workshops

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Video DVD - Autism Training Workshops

by: Model Me Kids


Concept:

Practical Strategies for Using Video Modeling for Teaching Social Skills to Children with Autism. This recorded video of our live professional training workshop is now available. 2-DVD Set. For teachers, therapists, paraprofessionals, speech language pathologists, and Autism service providers. Model Me Kidse( videos demonstrate social skills by modeling peer behavior at school, on a playdate, at a birthday party, on the playground, at a library, at the dentist, restaurant, and more. Designed as a teaching tool for children, adolescents, and teenagers with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, and developmental delays, the videos are used by teachers, parents, and therapists. Real children model each skill.

Description:

This workshop examines video modeling as an evidence-based method of improving social skills in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Children with ASD often have social skills deficits that interfere with success. Video modeling has been found to be an efficient and effective method of teaching social skills to children with ASD. We address how to implement a video modeling program, pairing video modeling with other social skills training approaches, and strategies for generalization of skills.
– Jennifer Cerbasi, M.S.Ed
Jennifer holds a B.A. in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Special Education. Trained in Applied Behavior Analysis, she has incorporated those techniques as a classroom teacher of students with Autism in Northern New Jersey. Jennifer continues to apply those principles in her current work as an Educational Consultant with families working on in-home behavior strategies.
– Liz Delsandro, M.S., CCC-SLP
Liz is a consultant, public speaker, and speech-language pathologist. She has been a clinical assitant professor in speech-language pathology, an adjunct faculty member at several universities, a direct service provider, an Autism consultant, and an assistive technology trainer in the public schools. Liz is also the author of the book entitled We Can Make it Better! A Strategy to Motivate and Engage Young Learners in Social Problem-Solving Through Flexible Stories.

 

Contents:

Chapters in DVD 1: Elizabeth Delsandro
Introduction
Social Interaction
Social Challenges
Social Theories
Learning Styles
Types of Video Modeling
Uses of Video Modeling
Getting Started
Group Instruction
Evidence-Based Practices
Pairing With Other Strategies

Chapters in DVD 2: Jennifer Cerbasi
Introduction
Approach to Instruction
Selecting Lessons
Preparation
Reinforcement
Attending
Behavior
Modifications
Repetition
Transitions
Generalization
Peer Models
Teens

PowerPoint Presentations from the Workshop

 

Reviews:

“Model Me Kids provides a valuable resource for teaching children appropriate behaviors that will serve them well in school and other group situations. I can imagine teachers making use of these video vignettes as part of their planned social skills instruction, or in a spontaneous manner during a teachable moment.”
– Tom McIntyre, Professor, Dept. of Special Education, Hunter College

 

http://www.modelmekids.com/autism_training_workshops.html

 

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