Many children with ASD demonstrate behaviors such as eye cornering, flapping their hands, walking on top toes, lining things up, singing or talking to themselves.
Self-stimulatory behaviors may seem harmless. But for children with autism who lack social and self-regulatory skills, these behaviors can interfere with learning at school or completing daily living activities at home. They can also be disruptive and upsetting to others, causing them to avoid or ostracize the individual in social settings.
In this 2-hour talk, we’ve invited Mr. Toby Mountjoy (Director of Autism Partnership), who will discuss the possible reasons behind these behaviours and what strategies can be helpful to families in dealing with these problems. With didactic presentation, role play and interactive Q&A session in real-time, this talk provides practical knowledges and effective methods that are beneficial for all parents.
Highlights of the talk:
- Innovative vivid element – Role Play will be displayed during the presentation
- Interactive Q&A enables parents, caregivers or professionals to engage with speaker in real-time
- Analysis on reasons behind self-stimulations behaviors
- Diversified and effective strategies in dealing with self-stimulation behaviors
- In-depths discussion with real life case studies to get a relatively more effective solutions to help kids with ASD at home
|Date:||May 29th, 2020 (Friday)|
|Time:||2:00pm – 4:00pm|
|Language:||English (with simultaneous translation in Mandarin)|
|Target:||Parents with kids with ASD, caregivers, therapists, teachers and other professionals|
|Fee:||200 HKD / approx. USD26|
How to be a part of case study：
If you are concerned and feel helpless with your child’s self-stimulation behavior problems, share us the situation in video format and it might be featured as a case study at the webinar! Our AP director, Mr. Toby Mountjoy will analyse the situation and, provide clinical advises using effective ABA treatment. Not only this will provide practical knowledges and advices to you, but also help other parents of children with ASD with similar problems to make progress together!
- Register the webinar first.
- Add Autism Partnership WhatsApp： +852 5399 5118 or email us via firstname.lastname@example.org with uploading the videos via shared google drive
- Upload your videos via WhatsApp or by email by May 20, 2020, and indicate the self-stimulation behavior problem that your child is facing.
- The content of submitted videos are limited to the topic of this webinar. Any videos that are not relevant to this topic will not be considered.
- Please make sure the video is taken in a well-lit environment, and the quality of video is relatively high and clear.
- To secure the privacy of each participants, all the videos played in the webinar will be face-blurred. All the videos are only used for this webinar, and will not be shared to any third party or other commercial use.
- AP will select and edit on the submitted videos. Appreciate your understanding on that.
Supported payment methods include Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Alipay and Bank transfer