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Decoding Autism

  • Mary Winspear Center Sidney, BC Canada (map)
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A presentation of pioneering research in the neurobiology of autism with treatment strategies supporting people who work with individuals on the autism spectrum. Topics explored will include epigenetics, the immune system, sensory contributions, functional movement, complex behaviour and co-regulation. Whether you are an educator, therapist of any kind, psychologist, physician, caregiver, or keen parent, you will develop a deeper understanding of the brain-body science of ASD, and develop evidence informed treatment and holistic therapy choices across a wide range of possibilities.

Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of the workshop participants will:

  • Have an introductory understanding of the current science of genetic and environmental interaction of ASD

  • Have an introductory appreciation of the immune systems affect on the brain and the behaviour of individuals with autism

  • Understand how the neurological wiring of autism impacts attention span, self-regulation, learning and behaviour

  • Appreciate the sensory contributions to challenges experienced by individuals with ASD

  • Appreciate the functional movement challenges experienced by individuals with ASD

  • Discuss affective and sustainable teaching, therapy and day-to-day strategies that support individuals with ASD to their best selves through a relational sensory and motor lens


Early Bird - $375 + booking fee
After July 31 - $425 + booking fee

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