Providing Adaptations in Programming
for Individuals with Autism, ADHD, and Anxiety
March 5, 2019 | 11 am to 12 pm
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Presenter: Sheelah Rodriguez, Therapeutic Recreation graduate and certified yoga teacher
This webinar will help practitioners develop tools for individuals with autism, ADHD and anxiety to support their participation in recreation. An overview of each diagnosis will be given, followed by an explanation of how each diagnosis could impact participation in recreational activities. This webinar will outline difficulties in making transitions, understanding and recognizing social cues, developing emotional regulation and challenges adapting to new situations. Practical methods and ideas will be offered to use in program instruction and development. These tools are transferable and can be shared with other service delivery locations/organizations. Participants will learn how to implement the following adapting tools; i) timekeepers and schedules ii) comic strips/visual aids and communication techniques iii) zones of regulation and relaxation techniques iv) advance preparation and visual aids.
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