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The Spirited Spectrum (Part 2): Success Tips to Teach & Parent Children with Autism

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On Tuesday, August 27th, Scholar's Choice was joined by Guest Expert Andrew Davis (of the Geneva Centre for Autism) for the second instalment of a very informative and educational series. "The Spirited Spectrum: Characteristics & Common Misconceptions about Autism", was a webinar delivered to give parents, grandparents and teachers a thorough understanding of the Autism Spectrum Disorder and served as a follow-up to "The Spirited Spectrum: Characteristics and Common Misconceptions about Autism"

During this 75-minute live call listeners:

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- About effective ASD support strategies for school and home in the following challenge areas: communication, social, sensory processing, cognitive processing and anxiety

- Had an opportunity to pose questions surrounding the use and implementation of support strategies that were personally answered by our Autism Expert 

And much more!

Missed the great event, or looking to share what you learned with friends, family and colleagues?

Included below is the full video recording of the live call, complete with the question-and-answer period!

Did you ask a question during the webinar but we didn't get a chance to get to it?

In the coming weeks, a blog will be posted that recaps the questions asked throughout this whole webinar series! Each question will be matched with a professional/personal response from Andrew Davis, Adriana Karka and their team at the Geneva Centre for Autism.

Press play to view:

About Our Guest Expert

Andrew Davis first became interested in Autism when completing his Bachelor of Science degree at Queen’s University, and also holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Disabilities Studies with a specialization in ABA. He began working for the Geneva Centre for Autism as an IBI therapist and has since been a Supervisor/Senior Therapist, a part of the Training Institute team, and has participated in the ministry funded initiative to deliver training in applied behaviour analysis and autism support strategies to childcare and school board educators across Ontario. Today he continues to work at Geneva Centre doing consultations and training engagements as a Training Institute Faculty.

Do you have any questions or comments about this specific webinar or topic? Ask below! 

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