STRUCTURING FOR SUCCESS: Autism, Behavior, & Unique Learning StylesMay 6, 2014
Ms. Landa A. Bautista, M.A.Ed., Executive Director of The Learning Center, Inc. (TLC) invites you to “STRUCTURING FOR SUCCESS: Autism, Behavior, & Unique Learning Styles”, a Training-Workshop by Marlou De Vera. The workshop will be held on July 18 and 19, 2014 from 8 am – 4 pm at Assumption College in Makati City in celebration of the Disability Month.
ABOUT THE TRAINING-WORKSHOP
“Structuring for Success” is a two-day training-workshop that aims to provide valuable information, visual strategies, and tools to address behavior and unique learning styles of students with autism and other challenges at home and in school. Day 1 will focus on Home Training while Day 2 will focus on School Training. The training-workshop will emphasize solution-oriented strategies as parents, professionals, and related support personnel lay the groundwork toward success for these individuals. More importantly, it will provide hands-on experience in creating meaningful and individualized visual structure and implementing structured tools to facilitate skills in different developmental areas. The ultimate goal is to identify behaviors, utilize appropriate visual strategies, and pave the way for the individual with special needs to thrive, not just survive!
ABOUT THE RESOURCE PERSON
Marlou de Vera currently works as an Exceptional Children’s Curriculum Specialist for elementary schools in the public school system in Asheville, North Carolina. She has over 20 years of experience in working with individuals with special needs as a special education teacher, educational consultant, job coach, and Program Director in North Carolina, as well as in the Philippines. Marlou has a graduate degree in Education (Curriculum and Instruction) from the University of the Philippines. Best of all, Marlou is a proud mom of a young adult with autism who enjoys drawing and currently works at Chili’s Restaurant in Asheville, North Carolina.
FEES (inclusive of handouts and a booklet of ready to use visuals; exclusive of lunch)
* Note: ALL participants must pre-register to attend the training-workshop. Walk-in participants will not be accepted.
TO REGISTER, please visit http://goo.gl/fZ8PtO.
TO INQUIRE, please contact:
- Assumption College c/o Ms. Charity Orense, RGC at (632) 817-0757 loc. 2120/2081 firstname.lastname@example.org
• The Learning Center, Inc. (TLC) c/o Ms. Landa Bautista, M.A.Ed. at (632) 828-4918 email@example.com
This project by the Assumption College Psychology Department is for the benefit of The Learning Center, Inc. (TLC)’s Financial Assistance Program for special needs students from low income families.