AUTISM WORKSHOP: PRACTICAL THINGS YOU CAN DO TO HELP YOUR CHILD
THE NEURODEVELOPMENTAL APPROACH
WHO WILL BENEFIT: PARENTS, TEACHERS & OTHERS WORKING WITH CHILDREN WITH AUTISM
WHAT WILL BE LEARNED: HOW TO ADDRESS TACTILE, VISUAL AND AUDITORY SENSORY ISSUES, GROSS AND FINE MOTOR SKILL IMPROVEMENT, VISUAL AND AUDITORY PROCESSING EVALUATION AND REMEDIATION, SPEECH AND LANGUAGE IMPROVEMENTS, EVALUATION OF LEARNING METHODS AND HOW TO TEACH READING AND MATH. WE WILL ALSO DISCUSS EATING, BEHAVIOR AND BIOMEDICAL APPROACHES THAT HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFULLY USED BY THE FAMILIES WITH WHOM WE HAVE WORKED.
PRESENTED BY: KAY NESS, CERTIFIED NEURODEVELOPMENTALIST WITH ICAN - INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF NEURODEVELOPMENTALISTS - ICANDO.ORG, SENC.US
WHEN: SATURDAY, MAY 22, 2010
10 am to 12 with a 1 hour lunch break.
1 to 3 pm with plenty of time for questions.
Hangout Bookstore, 162 Marietta St, Alpharetta, GA 30004
Phone: (770) 569-4977
COST: $60 / individual, $75 / couple ($45/individual and $60/couple if received by May 17 - 4920 Hwy 9, PMB 351, Alpharetta, Ga. 30004)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 770 619 9843 or see: www.senc.us www.icando.org
Kay Ness has worked with hundreds of families of children with developmental issues since 1985. She has evaluated and designed home programs to remediate sensory, speech and language, auditory and visual processing, speech and language, gross and fine motor and learning issues with great success. ICAN neurodevelopmentalists are trained in neurodevelopmental evaluations, Samonas Sound Therapy, oral motor therapy, reflex integration and many other areas. Join us for this very practical and informative workshop.