2017 How to Support Early Play Development
Target AudienceParents & Caregivers
Full fee: S$78 per participant
CTG Co-Payment: S$10 per caregiver
(inclusive of GST, handout materials and refreshments)
Play is predominantly a social /thinking act that involves looking, imitation, problem solving and imagination. All of these things are challenging for learners on the spectrum.
Generally, young learners with autism do not just ‘pick-up’ play skills by being amongst other children in preschool. Play skills must be taught like any other skill. Learning how to play has a significant impact on the development of later language and social communication skills.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be empowered with the following:
- Understand how autism impacts play development
- Understand Levels of Toy and People Play
- Match Play Approaches to Different Levels of Play
- Key Resources for Play Development
Parents/Caregivers caring for young child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (Preschool or Special Education Schools)
CTG Application Form (Click to download the form)
Mr Tan Qiu Quan, Ms Lina Kam, Training Coordinator