ACS014 - Teaching Play Skills to Individuals with Autism

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Subject Title
Teaching Play Skills to Individuals with Autism

Subject Description
Develop insight into the world of play and how it effects individuals with autism. Emphasis is on strategies for developing play skills, peer interactions and promoting social skills.

Credit Status
At the conclusion of the Workshop, participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Describe the underlying characteristics of autism and how to apply them to the development of play and interaction skills in children with ASD.
2. Discuss and identify strategies that can apply to their work with children with ASD.
3. Reflect on how the underlying characteristics of autism impact children with ASD in play and interaction.

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