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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

Learn to identify ‘why’ certain repetitive behaviors occur, and ‘what’ you can do to guide the child to make a change. Participants will review a simple ABC (Antecedent, Behavior, and Consequence) assessment, in order to discover the function of a behavior, and finally, identify strategies for redirecting both attention-seeking and avoidance-maintained behaviors. Read More

Biting is one of the top challenges teachers identify to KIT. In this webinar, participants will learn why they should expect young children to sometimes bite, with some focus on why older children may bite, as well as how to reduce biting and how to respond once a bite has occurred. Read More

Adults who take care of themselves can better respond to the diverse needs of children with and without disabilities. View this previously recorded webinar to learn techniques to calm and re-center yourself. Read More

Inclusive programs provide opportunities for all children and youth to assume social roles and responsibilities and reflect individual differences in positive ways. Adults in inclusive programs should demonstrate an understanding for individual differences and model how to accept and celebrate those differences. This webinar will present strategies for creating opportunities for everyone to contribute meaningfully, reflecting differences positively in a program environment, and modeling respect for differences. Read More

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