PECS is an evidence-based, functional communication system often implemented with individuals who are nonverbal, or who have limited speech.

  • Part One of this 2-part series provides caregivers with an overview of the PECS system; the supporting evidence and summary of the various phases.
  • Part Two, caregivers will learn how to recognize motivation, identify preferred items and practice the communication exchange. 

After completing the 2-part series caregivers are eligible for consultation to assist with individual questions. Assistance with material prep may also be provided.

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* 1. Child & Community Resources is offering a wide range of services to support children, youth and families. 

It is not clinically recommended to be engaged in more than one consultative-type service at a time.  Being actively involved in another consultative-type service may impact clinical integrity and negatively affect outcomes for your child or youth.

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* 2. Eligibility Requirements:
 
Caregivers of children and youth with a confirmed diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.

By checking the box below, you are confirming that you have reviewed eligibility requirements for this session.

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* 3. Please select the group you would like to attend:  Please note - Caregivers must attend both sessions

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* 4. Please tell us a little bit about yourself:

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* 5. Child & Community Resources has a limited amount of tablets, which we can loan to families who require them.

Do you require a tablet? 

Your information will be sent to Child & Community Resources' Administrative Support Team, as well as to the session facilitator.  We will contact you prior to the event to answer any questions you may have, and to discuss technical requirements for attending the virtual session.

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