Relationships the Key to Progress – NYNJ 2018

$95.00

Webcasts in this Series

Treating the Complexity of Autism: Why Relationships and Mental Health Must Underlie all Intervention and Provide the Keys to Progress

Presenter Serena Wieder

Connecting Movement and Sensation to Developmental Challenges in ASD

Presenter Beth Osten

Emergence of a Hidden Child

Presenter Lauren Blaszak

Understanding the Developmental Foundations of Interpersonal Connectedness – From Movement to Meaning to Measurement

Presenter Joshua Feder
Beth Osten

Flying Solo: Connected and Independent

Presenter Griffin Doyle

Circles of Communication: An Integrative Developmental Language Learning Approach for Individuals with Autism and Other Neurodevelopmental Differences

Presenter Amy Pinder

From the Movement-Sensing Perspective to Advocacy

Presenter Monica Osgood

Autism and Safety! It’s Time for Awareness and Action!

Presenter John Donvan

Floreo Police Module - Immersive Virtual Reality as a Tool to Improve Police Safety in Adolescents and Adults with ASD

Presenter Rita Solorzano

Helping Developmentally Delayed Adolescents and Adults Improve the Executive Capacities Necessary for Functioning as a Self-reliant Adult

Presenter George McCloskey

The New DIR-FCD Goal Bank

Presenter Monica Osgood

Integrating the DIR-FCD model into a Public Preschool Setting - Lessons Learned, Evidence, and New Directions

Presenter Susan Smith-Foley
Deena Glassenberg
Aviva Katz

Training Floortime Players to Support Children in Interactions with Peers: A Model for Camps, Recess, and Social Groups

Presenter Rosemary White

More DIR-FCD Goal Bank Case Examples and Workshop

Presenter

The Profectum Parent Toolbox (PPT) and Apprentice Courses

Presenter Rosemary White

Praxis 101: Praxis for the Non-OT Professional

Presenter Kristin McNally
Rebecca Berg

Integrating Art Therapy and Floortime to Support Social & Emotional Development, Communication and Self-Expression in Autism Spectrum Disorders in an Educational Setting

Presenter Michele Havens
Faith Thayer

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This year the Profectum conference will cross the lifespan of autism, from infancy to young adulthood where relationships are the essential human experience that pave the way to a meaningful future. You will learn to anticipate the needs of the young children you work with now and what they will need in the future, as well as new methods to promote self-reliance when grown.

Webcast presentation titles that are included with this series are listed below

  • Treating the Complexity of Autism: Why Relationships and Mental Health Must Underlie all Intervention and Provide the Keys to Progress
  • Connecting Movement and Sensation to Developmental Challenges in ASD
  • Emergence of a Hidden Child & Panel Discussion
  • Understanding the Developmental Foundations of Interpersonal Connectedness – From Movement to Meaning to Measurement
  • Flying Solo: Connected and Independent
  • Circles of Communication: An Integrative Developmental Language Learning Approach for Individuals with Autism and Other Neurodevelopmental Differences
  • From the Movement-Sensing Perspective to Advocacy
  • Autism and Safety! It’s Time for Awareness and Action!
  • Floreo Police Module – Immersive Virtual Reality as a Tool to Improve Police Safety in Adolescents and Adults with ASD
  • Helping Developmentally Delayed Adolescents and Adults Improve the Executive Capacities Necessary for Functioning as a Self-reliant Adult & Panel Discussion
  • The New DIR-FCD Goal Bank
  • Integrating the DIR-FCD™ model into a Public Preschool Setting – Lessons Learned, Evidence, and New Directions
  • Training “Floortime Players” to Support Children in Interactions with Peers: A Model for Camps, Recess, and Social Groups
  • More DIR-FCD Goal Bank Case Examples and Workshop
  • The Profectum Parent Toolbox (PPT) and Apprentice Courses
  • Praxis 101: Praxis for the Non-OT Professional
  • Integrating Art Therapy and Floortime to Support Social & Emotional Development, Communication and Self-Expression in Autism Spectrum Disorders in an Educational Setting

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Although all providers in this directory have completed one or more of Profectum’s certificate training courses on the DIR-FCD model, the providers listed in this directory are independent contractors. Providers are not agents nor are they employees and nor are they under the control of Profectum Foundation. Providers are solely responsible for the quality of the services you receive.