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Redirection can be an effective strategy for preventing challenging behavior, but it must be used at the right time. Learning a child’s signs and signals is key to stopping a challenging behavior before it begins. Join us to learn how to recognize those signs and signals, as well as the different types of redirection that can be used in your program. Please note that in order to receive a certificate, you will need to watch and view the resources, engage with the materials (click), pass the quiz, and complete the survey. Read more

IEP, what is that and how can it help you support children in your program? This webinar will explain how an Individualized Education Plan provides important information you can use to help children thrive in your school age program. Read more

The ability to resolve conflicts, especially with peers is a core component of social competence during childhood (Joshi, 2008). Everyday conflicts can be turned into teachable moments and we can be intentional about developing skills in ways that are playful and engaging. This webinar will highlight the importance of developing mindfulness skills in the children you serve as the first step towards conflict resolution. Then you will be introduced to several activities that you will be able to facilitate in your program to improve conflict resolution skills. Please note that in order to receive a certificate, you will need to watch and view the resources, engage with the materials (click), pass the quiz, and complete the survey. Read more

Does the thought of developing a support plan feel intimidating? This webinar will empower you to take the reins to create and implement SMART support plans to meet children’s individual needs in your school-age program. Read more

Do youth seem disconnected, disinterested, or discouraged? Are you searching for meaningful and engaging ways to support them? This webinar explains how to use the pyramid model to develop realistic and individualized supports for youth in school-age programs. Read more

We all want to create welcoming environments where disabilities are viewed as a natural part of life. When your program says that it is “for all,” what does that mean and what does it look like? To create welcoming programs, we first need to assess what respect for disabilities looks like. We can then explore ways that we can teach children and youth in our programs to respect disability as a form of diversity. In this webinar, we will look at how we can use language and our interactions to model respect, and how we can use targeted activities to build a community that respects disabilities. Please note that in order to receive a certificate, you will need to watch and view the resources, engage with the materials (click), pass the quiz, and complete the survey. Read more

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