1 Day Parent Hands-on Workshop: Establishing Appropriate Readiness Skills for Children with ASD
DATE AND TIME
1 Day Parent Hands-on Workshop:
Establishing Appropriate Readiness Skills for Children with ASD
Parent education and skills training are integral parts of Autism Partnership’s model of service and we believe that parent involvement and ability to help their child are essential for obtaining the best long-term outcome for a child.
On Saturday, June 25, AP will be conducting a hands-on practical workshop for parents with children with ASD. Conducted by our experienced Supervisors, the 1-day workshop will be organized with information and small group practical experience with our Supervisors, so that parents can get feedback to learn how to engage with their child, and get their child ready to sit, engage, play and be motivated to initiate communication, through the use of toys and play.
A 1 hour Zoom consultation with AP supervisor will be offered after the workshop for the registered parents to apply their learning to how skills to get their child to sit, engage, play and motivated to initiate communication, using toys and play.
|Date:||June 25, 2022 (Saturday)|
|Time:||9:30am – 12:30pm & 1:30pm – 4:30pm|
|Venue:||AP Center (36 Tomas Morato Ave., Quezon City, Philippines)|
o PHP5000 for 1 parent
o PHP8000 for 2 parents (of the same family)
Each registered family will receive a complementary publication set, including
|• “A Work in Progress” book x 1|
|• Token Economy Set x 1|
Suitable for parents of ASD children
– Children with ASD aged 2-5years old
– With emerging non-verbal communication (i.e. points, pulls hands to objects), or 1-2 word utterance
– Primary language of caregivers at home is English or Tagalog.
Content and Rundown:
|9:30 – 12:30||
– How to get your child ready to engage with you?
– Establishing appropriate readiness skills
– How to increase appropriate learning behaviour?
– How to use toys to increase listening, engagement, and communication
– The use of positive feedback and corrective feedback
Hands-on: Role play
|12:30 – 1:30||
Lunch break (No lunch included)
Due to COVID restrictions, eating and removing face covering is not advised
*Please make arrangements to eat outside or in nearby eateries
|1:30 – 4:30||
Hands-on: Role play
– Identifying what your child likes
– Developing toys and activities to increase engagement and communication
– Trouble shooting i.e. not interested, control issues, difficulty with moving onto another item etc
– Identifying practises for communication initiations
* Please note this workshop is to empower parents with ABA skills. This is not a consultation or training session for your children.
* Parents are requested to attend the whole day workshop.
AP offers a 1 hour Zoom Consultation for the registered parents to apply their learning to how skills to get their child to sit, engage, play and motivated to initiate communication, using toys and play.
|Camille Lajara, RPm
B.S. Psychology, M.S. ABA, BCBA (Candidate)
Camille is a current Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Camille earned her Master’s in Education, with an emphasis on Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis at Endicott College, in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. In 2022, she presented her thesis in the Applied Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) 48th annual conference in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Camille have an extensive experience in providing Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis for Children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder from ages 16 months old to adolescents.
Camille is receiving ongoing training from Hong Kong and Philippines offices under the supervision of Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Behavior Consultants. She is currently leading the supervision and training to staff, caregivers and other professionals to manage the consistency of the implementation of programs, provide ongoing support and design an individualized intervention plan for their clients.
|Marian Mationg, RPm
Ms. Marian Mationg is a registered Psychometrician and holds a degree in Bachelor of Science in Psychology from De La Salle University-Manila. She is currently taking up her Masters in Clinical Psychology from the same university. She has been working with Autism Partnership Manila since 2017 – teaching learners from toddlers to young adults in one-on-one and group settings. While teaching, she was trained and supervised by behavioral consultants of AP while collaborating with other therapists to maximize the progress of our students.
She is now the Case Supervisor of the Aspire Program, AP Manila’s program for learners 7-18 years old founded in 2019. In this role, she supervises the daily running of the program to ensure the effectiveness of teaching and therapy while regularly providing staff training. She also provides parent training to our families while working with schools so that our learners may easily generalize the skills learned beyond our program. She receives ongoing training from our Hong Kong consultant, Kathleen Man (Behavioral Consultant of AP and Clinical Director of AP Manila). Together with our consultant, she is responsible for designing highly individualized goal plans to create well-rounded programs including, but are not limited to, emotional regulation, self-help, social skills, functional academics, and pre-vocational skills for our students, while working closely with their families.
For inquiries, contact us at
Telephone No. (632) 8655-3094, 7717-2643
Mobile No. (0998) 997-4171, (0917) 5046465, (0917) 6552552