How to Work and Develop Skills of Your Child with Autism: A 3-Day Individualized and Interactive Parent Training
DATE AND TIME
How to Work and Develop Skills of Your Child with Autism:
A 3-Day Individualized and Interactive Parent Training
|Schedule:||March to July
Mon to Wednesday or Fri to Sunday (choose your preferred slot, minimum of 3 parents)
|Time:||9am – 3pm|
|Venue:||Aspire Center – 36 Tomas Morato Avenue, Quezon City|
|Facilitator:||Marian, Kim and Camille|
Early bird: Php 18,000 (until March 31, 2020 only)
Regular fee: Php 20,000
Couple fee: Php 35,000
|9am-10:30am||Workshop on Discrete Trial Teaching
Across this short course, we will discuss each component of DTT and improve your skills in effect and how DTT can be used to develop skills of your child.
|10:45am-12:00nn||Practical implementations of workshop key notes|
|1:00pm-2:15pm||Guided practice with your child|
Children with ASD can show inconsistent responses and behavior in their learning, which can be frustrating to parents because your child’s full potential is hindered by inconsistent responses and behaviors. In order to work with sustained attention, better self-control and motivation, this short program will help parents learn about their child, their learning challenges and how Discrete Trial Teaching can help a child be an effective learner.
Facilitator will introduce ways to teach a child be an effective learner and how parents can utilize Discrete Trial Teaching. The format of the course will be through workshop-discussion and guided practice with the child.
In this program, parents will get to practice skills with their child and with our staff to practice and perform the skills discussed in the morning. By the end of the program, parents can apply Discrete Trial Teaching in training, play and developing skills their child.
– The use of reinforcement to motivate learning
– How to work through challenging behaviors to get active learner in your child
– How to break down skills
– How to set goals, and teach your child variety of skills, using Discrete trial teaching.
– How to prompt your child when they are stuck in learning.
|Ms. Camille Lajara, RPm
Camille Lajara is currently enrolled in Masters in Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis at Endicott College, in Massachusetts, USA. She is earning credits, trainings and supervision hours to sit in the Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Examination. As a registered Psychometrician since 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Psychology from De La Salle Lipa, Philippines, she started as a therapist at Autism Partnership in 2016. She has been receiving ongoing training in Hong Kong and Philippines offices under the supervision and guidance of Board-Certified Behavior Analyst Consultants and Clinical Director, Raymond Fung.
She has 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 2 to adolescents.
At present, she is leading the supervision and training of staff, caregivers and other professionals to manage the consistency of the implementation of programs, provide ongoing support and make adjustments following the Consultant’s recommendation. In the past years, she has been representing Autism Partnership Philippines in clinical meetings, workshops and conferences conducted at the center and other allied agencies.
|Kim Marie Villanueva
Kim holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from San Beda College Alabang, Philippines. She started her teaching career in 2012 as a special education teacher for children ages 3-15 years old. She then joined Autism Partnership in 2017 and began working as a Program Specialist. Kim has experience in working directly with children with autism, providing intensive early behavioral intervention in one-on-one and group settings.
As a Program Coordinator, Kim provides continuous supervision and staff training, conduct workshops and training for parents, caregivers and other professionals. She also works with children on an individual basis. Kim is working closely with therapists, parents and consultants to ensure the provision of the best possible service for the students of Autism Partnership Manila. She receives ongoing training and development under the supervision of Board-Certified Behavior Analyst Consultants and Clinical Director of the Philippines, Raymond Fung.
Senior Behavior Therapist
Marian Mationg is a registered psychometrician and holds a degree in Bachelor of Science in Psychology from De La Salle University-Manila. She has been working with Autism Partnership Manila since 2017 – teaching learners from ages 2 to 18 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 senior behavioral therapist of the Aspire Program, AP Manila’s program for learners 7-18 years old. As the lead therapist, she supervises the daily running of the program to ensure the effectiveness of teaching and therapy while regularly providing staff training. She also receives ongoing training from our Hong Kong consultants, Suzanne Law (Board-Certified Behavioral Analyst and Behavioral Consultant of Aoi Pui School) and Kathleen Man (Former Principal of Aoi Pui School and Behavioral Consultant of AP). Together with our consultants, 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 more information, please contact Liezl or Myra:
Telephone No. (632) 8655-3094, 7717-2643
Mobile No. (0998) 997-4171, (0917) 5046465, (0917) 6552552