May 10, 2023, 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Tweens, teens, and young adults are expected to naturally develop social and organizational competencies needed in school and across one’s life. However, students with social learning and organizational learning differences (e.g. ASD Levels 1 and 2, ADHD, Twice Exceptional, Expressive Receptive Language, Sensory processing, etc.), may not intuitively learn these concepts and skills. This short course will explore 5 areas of social-emotional and organizational learning that can and should be directly addressed in our homes, schools, and clinics.
Presented by Michelle Garcia Winner
Michelle Garcia Winner, MA, CCC-SLP; CEO & Founder of Social Thinking’s ® Methodology, which provides treatment frameworks and practical strategies for individuals with social learning challenges. She is a prolific author, speaks internationally, and is a creative clinician specializing in the needs of tweens, teens, and adults.
This is a Connections California event. Connections California, a project of Parents Helping Parents – Silicon Valley, is made possible thanks to generous support from Santa Clara Family Health Plan.