This workshop and consultation is designed to support a structure for appropriate sexual behaviour based on ABA strategies and offer opportunities for teaching their teens social integration and healthy sexuality.

Parents play an important role in the sex education of their children.
 
Every day, they serve as models of sexual health while also conveying their own values and beliefs. It is reassuring for teens to know there are trusting adults to support, guide and act as non-judgemental sources of information and education. 
 
The goal of the consultation is to provide parents and caregivers the information needed to support a structure for appropriate sexual behaviour based on ABA strategies and offer opportunities for teaching their teens social integration and healthy sexuality.
 
Virtual brainstorming ABA strategies and sexuality with families on an individual basis.
 
One follow up session to ensure good practice and application of ABA strategies.
 
Parents should come prepared with their questions and concerns. If further evaluation is required, parents will be encouraged to contact a BCBA for clinical treatment.

10 participants maximum

Dates:  Sunday December 13 2020 OR Saturday March 20, 2021.

Duration of workshop : 2 hour webinar

3 one hour Virtual  Individual sessions scheduled in accordance with family availability. 

Population; parents, working with a child or adolescent with an ASD diagnosis or behaviour challenges.   

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* 1. Please advise which Session you would like to attend

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* 2. 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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* 3. Eligibility Requirements:
 
Parents and caregivers with children whom have 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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* 4. Please tell us a little bit about yourself:

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* 5. The Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services requires Child & Community Resources to collect each child’s Ontario Autism Program Client Information Reference Number.  This number is required in order to complete your registration, and to receive services. 

This number is provided to families following registration for the Ontario Autism Program, and can be found on correspondence you have received from the Ministry.  If you do not have this number, please contact the OAP Central Intake and Registration Team at 1-888-444-4530, or email oap@ontario.ca

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* 6. I do not know or have my OAP Child Reference Number. I consent to Child & Community Resources contacting the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services, on my behalf, to obtain the number.

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* 7. 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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