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S$588.50 per participant
*S$323.68 per participant (S’porean or S’pore PR)
*S$411.38 per participant (Employment Pass Holder)
(*applicable to eligible NCSS Member/MCYS-funded VWO participants only)
(*Please note there is a limited allocation of training places)


Start Date: 2019-10-11
End Date: 2019-10-25
Time: 6pm to 8pm/9pm
Duration: 8 hr(s)

Programme Description

This is an application programme that is designed for Day Activity Centre (DAC) coaches and programme staff supporting adolescents and young adults on the Autism Spectrum in the DAC contexts.

This programme will begin with an introductory e-learning module on understanding Autism and its impact on everyday living and learning.

Participants will be introduced to an intervention philosophy and culture of support that will positively impact the quality of their daily decisions and practices.

The application component of this programme will focus on key elements of providing meaningful and respectful support as part of Positive Behaviour Support. Participants will learn key skills in using

  • Personal interests to engage and motivate
  • Giving instructions
  • Choice Making
  • Breaking Down Tasks
  • Prompting

It is anticipated that participants attending this workshop will learn key knowledge and skills to apply in their everyday work i.e.

  1. Coaches and programme staff providing direct services to young adults will learn:
    • Positive attitudes and values in autism support
    • What autism is and how it affects behaviour
    • Key positive active support strategies
  2. DAC Administrators and Managers involved with supporting frontline staff will learn:
    • An Autism perspective to facilitate planning and decision making
    • Positive Active Support

Learning Goals:

This training programme is designed to empower participants with the core competencies to:

  • Understand autism from the perspective of an individual
  • Understand how autism impacts the daily work routines and the role of positive support
  • Apply basic strategies as part of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS)

Targeted Audiences

Trainers, Programme Staff and other Professionals working with Adolescents and Young Adults on the Autism Spectrum in a Day Activity Centre

Additional Information:

11 Oct – 6pm to 8pm
18 & 25 Oct – 6pm to 9pm

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Special Notes

  • Pre-approval of VCF subsidy
  • Fees include GST, handout materials and refreshments
  • Registration closing date: 30 August 19

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Autism Resource Centre (Singapore)


 Ms Paula Teo,

Ms Paula Teo, Senior Manager for Programmes and Services, Autism Association (Singapore)

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  • About Autism Resource Centre

    Autism Resource Centre (Singapore) or ARC(S), was established in response to the growing concern that the needs of this diverse population of people with autism go beyond existing provision. ARC(S) aims to highlight the needs of these individuals and to increase understanding and awareness of autism in our community.


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