Practical Autism Treatment – From Theories to Realities A Case Management Survival Guide

5 minute preview of the presentation by Jill Calder, MD, Clinical Director of Rehabilitation Services, Thompson Cariboo, Shuswap Region recorded by ACT – Autism Community Training. (Recorded on August 27, 2008 – Vancouver) Practical Autism Treatment ACT has developed this webcast to give Dr. Calder the opportunity to provide parents across BC with a "big picture" look at the practical realities of autism treatment. Using video and programming examples from the life of her own son, now a teenager, Jill brings alive the reality of autism treatment and in the process provides a broad understanding of what treatment means to parents – whether their child is 2 or 18. Dr. Calder uses humour, research and her experience of the major treatment modalities, including Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Relationship Development Intervention (RDI), Speech and Occupational Therapy, Social Stories and Social Thinking, to inform and inspire the viewer. The result is a compelling presentation full of important insights into the special challenges of autism for parents and how they can be supported by community professionals to become active participants in their childs treatment. For more Autism Videos visit ACT – Autism Community Trainings video page

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