Dealing with Challenging Behaviors Workshop

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November 30, 2013

The primary focus of this workshop is to equip parents and teachers with the critical skills needed in helping children with special needs incorporate into the community. This is probably an area in which parents and teachers of children with special needs experience a high degree of anxiety. This workshop focuses on teaching parents and teachers with skills that enable them to avoid behavior problems when taking their children to public places such as the supermarket, the movies, or the doctor’s office. Our children need and deserve the opportunity to participate fully in their community.
Some additional areas of focus for this workshop are:
  • Learning what issues affect our children’s behavior in the community.
  • Developing proven techniques to help your child learn and derive the most out of his/her environment
  • Confronting challenging behaviors at: Restaurants, church, travel, grocery store, movies, doctor’s office and the dentist.
  • Learn powerful problems solving strategies for challenging behavior

The presence of a diagnosis should not mean the absence of a full social life. Our children are a part of this world, and as part of this world, they deserve to derive the most from it.

This workshop will be held 9:00am – 12:00pm on the Focus on the Future Campus, 1717 W Plano Pkwy, Plano, Texas. Registration will start at 8:00am.

Dealing with Challenging Behaviors Workshop