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The Importance of Sensory and Emotional Regulation When Looking at Behaviours
Starts: January 24, 2018 Ends: January 24, 2018
Do you ever wonder about those ‘behaviours’ that happen right out of the blue? They may not be so mysterious after all. Everyday we take information in from the world around us through our sensory systems: hearing, sight, smell, touch and our perceptions of motion, movement and gravity. How we process this information determines how we feel and respond to our social situations. Sensory and emotional regulation is the foundation for cognitive, communicative and other social skills! Come and learn about how to help our children learn to regulate and see if that helps some of those ‘challenging’ behaviours! This will be an interactive session with some opportunities to experience what some of our children experience in their bodies.

Pam is the very proud parent of two very different thinking young adult sons! She is also a Positive Behaviour Support Consultant/Parent Trainer for Reach Child & Youth Development Society. She is a recognized educational speaker for families and teaching staff of exceptional children and she is a co-founder of the Richmond Autism Interagency Committee - a group dedicated to increasing opportunities for people with autism to be accepted and celebrated in their communities.

Time: 6:30-8:30pm
Location: Langley CCRR - 20577 Fraser Hwy
Cost $10 Langley RLNR and Langley LFDC, $20 all others
Registration: 604 533 4425, register online

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