- November 28, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
All behaviours come from unmet needs. One of a child’s greatest and most fundamental needs is that of belonging. It is social nature to connect and attach to others. A child’s greatest fear is disconnection and they will initiate connection-seeking behaviours when they feel this disconnect. Come and learn more about these behaviours and some strategies to ensure a strong connection with your child or those in your class or care.
SUITABLE FOR ALL EARLY LEARNING AND CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS
Presenter: Pam Collins
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 and Youth Development Society. She is a recognized educational speaker for families and teaching staff of exceptional children. 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.