Helping Kids With Autism Regulate & Connect
A Themed Bundle of Expert Sessions from the 2018 Parenting Autism Summit
In 2018, we brought together 32 of the world’s experts on autism and parenting for the Parenting Autism Summit. They shared the most effective approaches and strategies to help kids with autism and their parents. This is a portion of that summit.
In this bundle, our experts share information about how to manage a meltdown and avoid rages, how to teach social-emotional concepts to kids with autism, ways to manage and resolve challenging behaviors, the importance of the parent-child guiding relationship, communication strategies that build connections, how to help siblings feel loved and important, and how to help your kids navigate the world of neurotypicals.
Autism is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder. Understanding how to build strong relationships between your family, your child, and their friends will help your child succeed.
If you want to better understand how to help your child with self-regulation and improve their relationships, you need this Parenting Autism Summit Bundle.
"Thank you, thank you, thank you for this summit. It has been SO eye opening. I am seriously in tears because it is the perfect message at the perfect time. I've passed the link on to all of my fellow Autism mom friends. All of your efforts in organizing this are appreciated." — Bethany, U.S
StartUnderstanding the Rumble & Rage and Managing the Cycle of Meltdowns, with Brenda Smith Myles, PhD (49:45)
StartTeaching Social and Emotional Concepts to Kids with Autism, with Kari Dunn Buron (45:10)
StartManaging and Resolving Challenging Behavior, with Holly Moses, MS, BCBA, LPC, LPA (52:15)
StartThe Importance of the Parent-Child Guiding Relationship, with Rachelle Sheely, PhD (39:36)
StartCommunication Strategies to Build Connections, with Dr. Alisha Griffith, Au. D, CCC SLP, CPC (27:21)
StartEnsuring Siblings Feel Loved & Important, Too, with Jackie Flynn, EDS, LMHC, RPT (24:27)
StartBe Different: Navigating the World of Neurotypicals, with John Elder Robison (47:14)
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"This was the type of training is what I have been looking for since my children were diagnosed. It's so helpful to know about the challenges that others have gone through and the options available out there for me to prepare my kids for the future — in school, work, and social development. Thank you soooooo much for offering this summit!" — An, US