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Have you been wondering how to meet the needs of children and youth who need individual accommodations with COVID-19 guidelines? We have some ideas for you! Join us for a panel discussion with four KIT professionals to learn practical strategies to support youth who need a little more to thrive in your program. Read More

Participating in group games affords opportunities for growth in social-emotional, physical and cognitive domains. This webinar will teach you how to use available resources to determine modifications you can make to games to include children and youth of varied abilities. Read More

“Bullying” is a word used to describe a variety of situations, often inaccurately. This webinar will begin by providing an accurate definition of the term bullying, then explore how to prevent bullying by creating a culture of acceptance. We will also discuss how to respond to bullying and how you can support children and youth to be effective by-standers. Read More

What do you get when you mix a child with ADHD, a zip line, and cold lake water? Find out the answer to this question (hint: it includes an ambulance) and others during this frank and often humorous presentation by a parent of a child with ADHD. Learn how different out-of-school time programs have successfully supported the challenges of disorganization, distractibility and impulsivity while celebrating the unique creativity and charismatic personality through the experience of one child. You will leave the webinar with a greater understanding of what a child with ADHD may need in your program and specific strategies on how to provide them. Read More

This webinar will give participants insight into the myths about children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). We will not only explore each myth but also give the actual fact regarding the concept. So many children are disciplined because of what people perceive to be true. View this webinar to find out the truth and how children with ADHD can be supported in your program. Read More

Stephen Hinkle, advocate and national speaker, re-joins the KIT audience to address questions he often hears about autism. Many of these questions relate to what Stephen calls the Hidden Curriculum, or the social skills every child and youth needs to hone in order to make friends and develop lasting relationships. Stephen will also answer questions from the audience. Please note there are no CEUs provided for this course. Read More

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