All workshops will be held at Children’s Autism Services of Edmonton South Site Location unless otherwise specified:
9765 54 Avenue Edmonton AB T6E 5J4





2019 Parent Education Brochure


what happens after puf?

Entering the school system after receiving Program Unit Funding can look different for each child. This workshop provides information on common school options for children with ASD and the levels of support provided, and also explores some strategies to help families and schools with transitions into new programs, new schools, new classrooms, etc.
Maier Centre South

february 12 , 2019
6:00pm – 8:00pm



Many children with ASD experience anxiety. Children who are not able to effectively communicate their anxiety may resort to other challenging behaviours. This workshop explores resources to support children to understand their own anxiety, and will discuss strategies that parents or other professionals can implement on a daily basis to help reduce anxiety.
Maier Centre South

february 26, 2019
6:00pm – 8:00pm

the building blocks of regulation

Why does everyone keep talking about Emotional Regulation‟?
What does this term mean? This workshop explores the basics of
Emotional Regulation and provides families and professionals with
some ideas to try to help their child stay calm and happy throughout
their day.
Location: Maier Centre South

april 10, 2019
6:00pm – 8:00pm


adapted play tubs

Play and physical activity have numerous benefits for children including those associated with physical, social, and cognitive development. PlayTubs draw attention to these benefits by showcasing fun and easy ways to construct and enhance movement experiences for children. In this session, you will learn ways to help build your child‟s movement vocabulary through using the familiar and affordable play and household items found in PlayTubs. The overall benefits of physical activity for children with autism spectrum disorders, as well as tips for parents and caregivers on how to foster activity engagement while enhancing a child’s physical literacy will be discussed.
Maier South

april 24, 2019
6:00pm – 8:00pm


sibling support

Having a sibling with special needs is a very different and unique experience. This workshop will provide siblings an opportunity to connect with their peers, share their successes and challenges, learn new information, ask questions, and most importantly, have fun! This workshop is best suited for children ages 8-12, and is for kids only!

*Note: If your child is outside of this age range, please contact to discuss if this workshop would be a good fit for your child.


may 28, 2019
6:00pm – 8:00pm




All workshops are available via webcast.

For more information and to register please contact:

or call 780-495-9235

*A minimum of 5 participants are required  in order for WORKSHOPS to be running (not including webcast participants)