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December 2023

Learning Services – Understanding the Emotional Regulation Continuum

December 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

This session will explore the developmental process known as Emotional Regulation that can be an area of high impact or support for those on the autism spectrum. Exploration of the factors that influence Emotional Regulation will lead to key strategies that may support individuals as they develop their skills in this area.

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January 2024

Rewatch (This is a prerecorded session that will be facilitated by a Children’s Autism Services staff member): Back to Sleep

January 18, 2024 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Beth Malow Inspired by raising two sons on the autism spectrum, who are now in college, Dr. Malow has published more than 120 peer-reviewed articles, along with multiple books, book chapters and review articles. This session showcases Dr. Beth Malow’s clinical and sleep research interests focus on improving health and quality of life for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities across the lifespan.   Followed by a guided Q&A session

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February 2024

16th Annual Autism Conference

February 1, 2024 @ 8:30 am - February 2, 2024 @ 4:30 pm

REGISTER NOW! We are pleased to share, we are hosting our 16th Annual Autism Conference on February 1st - 2nd, 2024 at the Fantasyland Hotel. With both live and virtual speakers, they will be showcasing important tools, strategies and resources. The talented speaker line-up includes; Ross Greene, Elaine Hall, Tony Attwood, Jessica Brian, Amy Laurent & Jacquelyn Fede, Michael McCreary, Amy Wetherby and more! Both in-person and virtual attendance options are available. For further conference information and the full list…

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March 2024

Rewatch (This is a prerecorded session that will be facilitated by a Children’s Autism Services staff member): Music-The Natural Language of Autism

March 18, 2024 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Adam Ockelford This presentation will explore the impact of autism on the way young children hear and process sound, and the potential implications of this for the development music and language abilities. Through the use of video examples, it will show how music can scaffold early language and, in some cases, serve as a proxy means of communication. The power of music as a medium for developing empathy and relationships with others will be discussed. Followed by a guided Q&A…

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