Ernie Els Centre for Autism
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||Monday-Thursday from 8:00-16:00
Fridays from 8:00-15:00
|| From 1 years - 15 years old
Free support & training for parents of kids with autism
The Ernie Els Centre for Autism believes that every child with autism can learn and deserves access to effective education. We recognize that every parent and family member plays an important role in helping their child reach his or her fullest potential. The Ernie Els Centre for Autism provides families of children on the autism spectrum with comprehensive training on how to use best practices in education and autism treatment to teach their child. All participants will receive free access to an online treatment tool called Rethink Autism as well as monthly group and one-on-one sessions with a trained facilitator. Sessions include the following: child assessment,
training, and curriculum development in the eight categories of Pre-academic, Academic, Motor, Play/Leisure, Social/Emotional, Daily Living, Expressive and Receptive Language Skills.
Rethink Autism for parents of kids with autism
Rethink Autism is a video-based treatment tool that shows parents, caregivers and educators how to teach a child with autism using Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). ABA treatments have the most scientific evidence proving their effectiveness and are based on breaking skills down into small teachable steps, using effective ways to help a child learn successfully and positive rewards and motivation. Rethink Autism provides you with a customized learning plan for your child, hundreds of easy-to follow, step-by-step video lessons and lesson plans that show you exactly how to teach your child and automated progress tracking so you can measure your child’s progress.
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