Have you really stopped to think about what your child needs to know related to safety to be independent and safe in everyday life?
Does he know how to call for help?
Does he understand stranger danger?
Does he run away from you or others?
Does he know and truly understand internet safety?
How ready for independence is your child really?
How can you build these skills?
Join us for a workshop that will provide a safety assessment developed at Texas State University by the CARES Educational Clinic to identify risks that pose a threat to a child’s safety and well-being. Learn strategies to ensure that certain skill sets will be developed to keep children safe in everyday situations.
TEA Credit is available
$30 includes lunch
In addition, evidenced-based strategies for some of the more common challenging behaviors will be shared, brainstormed and discussed.
Katy Davenport, M.Ed., BCBA, the presenter, is the CARES Educational Clinic Director and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. In addition to a degree from the University of Texas at Austin, Katy has over 13 years of experience working with children with a range of developmental and intellectual disabilities in public schools, as a private in home behavior therapist, and for government service agencies providing early intervention. She also is a consultant to school districts
Registration will close on January 18th.