DESCRIPTION
In this interactive and engaging workshop, attendees will be given tips on how to provide social coaching using concrete rules and steps of social behavior derived from the internationally renowned PEERS® program, one of the only evidence-based social skills interventions for autistic youth and adults.

Within the framework of solid research evidence about what works and does not work socially, attendees will be given easy-to-use strategies for making and keeping friends and handling bullying and rejection.

The webinar will be led by the developer of PEERS®, Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson, who has trained tens of thousands of professionals, educators, and families from across the globe.

LEARNING GOALS
  • Implement evidence-based strategies for helping autistic youth make and keep friends
  • Provide tips to assist youth in handling teasing and bullying
  • Be familiar with proven strategies for teaching social skills

MODE OF DELIVERY
Online, Zoom

TARGET AUDIENCE
  • Parents/Caregivers
  • Teachers/Educators, Therapists and other Professionals
working with/caring for Youths and Adults on the Autism Spectrum

FEES AND SUBSIDIES
Full fee: S$98.90 per participant
(Prices inclusive of GST)

For group registration of 10 pax and above, please email to Tan Qiu Quan (qiuquan.tan@autism.org.sg).

REGISTRATION LINK
https://learningacademy.autism.org.sg/course-detail.php?eventtemplate=65-the-abcs-of-teaching-social-skills-to-youths-and-adults-on-the-autism-spectrum-a-peers%C2%AE-workshop&event=708