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Gruppetrening med lek og sosiale ferdigheter. Hybrid konferanse 29. januar 2025

De regionale enhetene for autisme, ADHD, Tourettes syndrom i Helse Vest, i Midt- Norge, Helse Nord og i Helse Sør-Øst har gleden av å komme med tidlig annonsering av hybrid konferanse – fysisk og digital

29.
januar
2025
  1. 29. jan. 2025

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  1. 29. jan. 2025

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Gruppetrening med lek og sosiale ferdigheter på nybegynner, viderekommende og avansert nivå for barn med autisme (3-8 år):

Kartlegging, målvalg, opplæringsprogrammer og opplæringsprosedyrer
Et grunnleggende og praktisk foredrag for pedagoger, foreldre, støttepersonell og veiledere

Foredraget foregår på engelsk

Ashley Rose, Mission Cognition

Advocating for more equitable access to fun, friendship, and active and experiential learning opportunities for disabled students, with an emphasis on relationship building. acceptance & understanding to achieve shared goals.

Ashley Rose is founder and clinical director of Mission Cognition Social Interaction and Engagement Programs, providing direct service behavior analytic, group based programing to preschoolers through adults with varying disabilities. Ashley has worked in the fields of applied behavior analysis and special education for 20 years in roles such as a paraprofessional, in home ABA provider, inclusion teacher, parent trainer, IEP advocate, and school district behavior specialist. In 2013, Ashley opened Mission Cognition Social Skills Centers to meet the needs of a growing population of learners who did not have equitable access to fun and friendships. Since opening, the program has become an established U.S and international model for trauma informed, naturalistic, relationship based ABA. Ashley specializes in the development of play and social behaviors, disseminates information via multiple invited professional development trainings yearly, and provides ongoing professional consultation and training to parents, providers and organizations domestically, as well as internationally.