We are SO excited to announce that CFASA will be launching on-site PUF preschool & Kindergarten programs in YYC!
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CFASA Workshop: Behaviour & Communication – June 8, 2023
Learn your child’s communication strategies and build effective communication skills!
This workshop will help caregivers figure out what their child is trying to communicate with their behaviour.
Learn how to:
- uncover the message in your child’s behaviour
- teach safe and clear ways to get the message across
- explore practical ways to build language skills across everyday activities
Parents will leave with increased knowledge and tools to determine what their child is trying to communicate and how to encourage language skills.
This workshop would be an excellent resource for families with children ages 0 – 12, who are hoping to learn how to best communicate with their child and help their child develop effective communication and language skills.
Join us IN-PERSON hosted by the Centre for Autism Services Alberta, and presented by CFASA Board-Certified Behaviour Analyst Luisa Lui and Speech-Language Pathologist Annelie Thurler.
This workshop is FREE for members*** of the Centre | Non-members workshop fee – $25
***Members are individuals (or members of the immediate family of any such individual) who are currently using or have used the services of the Centre within the previous 24 months as of the Annual General Meeting held that year.
Bursaries may be available for non-members – please contact the Centre for more information.
Childcare is available for this workshop.
- Parents must let us know that they require childcare AT LEAST 2 weeks prior to the event or childcare cannot be provided.
- Registration is required to request childcare.
- Childcare will not be available for late registrations (registration less than 2 weeks before the start of the event.
About the Presenters
Louisa Lui is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst and has been working at the Centre since 2002 (board certified since 2019). She completed a Master of Professional Education in Educational Psychology and Inclusive/Special Education with a focus on Applied Behaviour Analysis at the University of Western Ontario in 2018. Louisa has a special interest in children’s play with peers.
Annelie Thurler has her Masters in Speech-Language Pathology. She works with children of all ages and believes that communication is more than words. She is also a slow knitter.