Autism – Strategies for Self-Regulation – Part 2 Webinar
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Kalyn is a gifted facilitator who brings a wealth of knowledge to her training from both her professional background and from her experience raising her 16-year old with profound autism. In university she majored in developmental studies, psychology and conflict resolution studies. Throughout the last fifteen years, Kalyn has worked with schools, government agencies and health care organizations to increase awareness and understanding of autism as an educational consultant, trainer and parent. She published her first book, “Mother of the Year and Other Elusive Awards: Misadventures in Autism,” in 2013. Kalyn teaches CTRI workshops related to autism and wellness strategies for caregivers. As a facilitator, Kalyn is a warm and engaging speaker who incorporates experiential learning into her presentations.
Helping professionals and educators are increasingly understanding the importance of self-regulation in dealing with anxiety and stress for any population. When helping people on the Autism spectrum, the method of teaching self-regulation may need to accommodate this population’s specific needs and learning styles. This webinar will look at emotional, physical and cognitive self-regulation strategies for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
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Learning ObjectivesUpon completion of this webinar participants should be able to
- Describe the role and experience of anxiety for people with ASD.
- Identify the circles of discomfort in the context of learning and self-regulation.
- Summarize the steps required to assist an individual in self-regulation.
- List a variety of strategies (physical, emotional and cognitive) that will increase self-regulation for people on the autism spectrum.