CARD, Philis – PAR proudly presents Good Autism Practice: Developing a Curriculum for Life. A conference borne from the Center’s mission to provide a full range of programs and services from childhood to adulthood needed by persons with autism, families and communities.
Highlights of the conference include full lenght discussions on Early Intervention, Home – School partnerhsip during the Early Childhood Years, Adolescents adn Adults across the autistic spectrum with focus on specific issues such as evidence-based interventions and programs, work problems and residential care. The third day will focus on Asperger Syndrome, a neurological disorder that is also part of the autism spectrum characterized by abnormalities of social interaction adn communication that pervade the induvidual’s funcitoning, with restricted and repetitive interests and behavior.
Conferecne Schedule January 29- 31 2009 32nd Street cor. University Parkway, Bonifacio Global City, Makati City.
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