This practical and interactive workshop focuses on supporting children with special needs, be it Autism Spectrum Disorders, developmental delays, intellectual and/or physical disabilities. Educators will be provided a range of hands-on, fun and engaging activities, as well as tools and strategies to support children to play and learn effectively, communicate their needs, and achieve their goals.
- Who are children with special needs
- What is sensory processing
- Communication needs
- Understanding behaviour
- Setting children up for success
- Who, how, and why seek specialist support
- Ability to recognise the additional needs of a child with a disability
- Skills and ability to create learning opportunities that encourage positive engagement and meaningful play
- Knowledge on specialist assessment and intervention
Educator’s toolkit – the nuts and bolts:
- We will arm you with a highly practical toolkit to ensure you can put everything you learn into practice.
Who should attend:
- This workshop is designed for educators from early education and care or school age care.
- This workshop will be presented by Jasmine Wallace, a psychologist who has extensive experience in the areas of child development, developmental delays, and transdisciplinary intervention.
What educators are saying:
- “This workshop helped me understand more not only about children with special needs but about all children’s needs.”
When & Where