Arizona Early Childhood Workforce Registry

Supporting Children with Autism and Other Developmental Delays in Childcare and Preschool Settings - Yuma

September 22, 2017

This training opportunity will provide preschool staff, childcare staff and quality first coaches with a greater understanding of working with children with autism spectrum disorders. Topics discussed will include learning characteristics, behavioral strategies and simple activities to encourage social and language skill development. This workshop will provide specific examples of evidence-based practices that can be implemented immediately in the childcare setting.

All workshops are from 8:30am to 3:30pm

September 22, 2017 – Yuma, AZ
Arizona Desert Elementary School
1245 N. Main St.
San Luis, Arizona 85349


  • The characteristics of children with autism 

  • Evidence-based strategies for working with children with autism and other developmental delays 

  • Practical instructional supports to improve social and language skill development 

  • Activities, behavioral supports and visual supports that can be used to immediately support children in a preschool or childcare setting

Who Should Attend:

  • Preschool Development Grant participants, Quality First coaches, childcare center teachers, Head Start teachers, assistants, and other staff providing services to preschool-age children.

What You Will Receive:

  • Visual support bag, including behavior supports and social supports
  • Access to additional on-line training modules
  • Certificate of participation for 6 hours upon completion of the session
  • Six hours of continuing education units (CEUs)

To learn more or register, download our flyer here.

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