April is World Autism Awareness month and the OCDSB will be hosting an information night for parents/guardians. This is an amazing opportunity for parents/ guardians to learn more about Autism and the supports available through our Autism Spectrum Disorder Team.
Participants will have the opportunity to listen to keynote speaker Jennifer Krumins, attend two workshop sessions and explore partner information booths.
Jennifer Krumins helps parents, families and professionals deepen their understanding of Autism. She spent 26 years in Ontario classrooms helping special needs students achieve their personal best. She holds a Master of Education in Applied Psychology and she is a mother of three children (one of whom is an adult son with Autism). Jennifer is the proud founder/owner of Autism Aspirations and AutismAspirations Academy. autismaspirations.com
Workshop session topics include: What’s new in Autism?, Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), What is an IEP and IPRC?, The Autism Team at the OCDSB, Communication and Social Skills Strategies, and Planning for Successful Transitions.
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There is no cost or fee to participate in this event. Light refreshments will be provided. Free parking is available behind the school.