AGENDA

You will find below the next training sessions and/or webinars to come.

Type: Workshop for children from 6 to 12 years old
Date: 05.01.2022
Hours: 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Location: Lausanne (to be defined)
Prerequisite: no

Objectives:
The purpose of the sibling group is to provide a space to understand autism, but also
to be able to express oneself freely and without judgment on the difficulty that can represent the
day-to-day living with a different sibling.
WHAT IS AUTISM?
You can speak in your own words, share and compare your experiences, or simply
listen to what others have to say. What is said in the group stays in the group.
We discover other buddies who live similar situations and who understand,
beautiful friendships are often born there!

Participate

Type: Workshop for children from 6 to 12 years old
Date: 26.01.2022
Hours: 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Location: Lausanne (to be defined)
Prerequisite: no

Objectives:
The purpose of the sibling group is to provide a space to understand autism, but also
to be able to express oneself freely and without judgment about how difficult it can be to
live daily with a different sibling.
There, one can speak in one's own words, share and compare experiences, or simply
listen to what others have to say. What is said in the group stays in the group.
You discover other buddies who are going through similar situations and who understand,
great friendships are often born there!

Participate

Type: Training
Date: 28.01.2022
Hours: 09h00 to 16h00
Location: Lausanne (to be defined)
Prerequisite: no

Objectives:
- How to recognize, understand and regulate emotions
- Working around context thus allows the person with autism to be given
clues to decode his or her own mental states and those of others
Program:
A first part of the course will provide information on two central
aspects concerning emotions: emotion regulation and emotion recognition.
The second part will offer workshops on emotions that can be put into
action.
The examples presented and discussed in the training concern children

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Type: Workshop for children from 6 to 12 years old
Date: 09.03.2022
Location: Lausanne (to be defined)
Prerequisite: no

Objectives:
The purpose of the sibling group is to provide a space to understand autism, but also
to be able to express oneself freely and without judgment about how difficult it can be to
live daily with a different sibling.
You can speak in your own words, share and compare experiences, or simply
listen to what others have to say. What is said in the group stays in the group.
You discover other buddies who are going through similar situations and who understand,
good friendships are often born there!

Participate

Type: Training
Date: 16.03.2022
Hours: 13h30 à 17h00
Location: La Chaux-de-Fonds
Prerequisite: no

Objectives:
- To learn a structured approach inspired by TEACCH

- To learn how to rehabilitate the environment and visual tools to improve the daily lives of the individuals being served

Program:

- Definition and basic concepts
- Structuring the environment/temporal/visual activities
- Work system
- Stages of instruction (individual then independent)
- Strategies by skill area (reading, math, graphics)

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Type: Workshop for children from 6 to 12 years old
Date: 08.06.2022
Location: Lausanne (to be defined)
Prerequisite: no

Objectives:
The purpose of the sibling group is to provide a space to understand autism, but also
to be able to express oneself freely and without judgment about how difficult it can be to
live with a different sibling on a daily basis.
There, one can speak in one's own words, share and compare one's experiences, or simply
listen to what others have to say. What is said in the group stays in the group.
You discover other buddies who are going through similar situations and who understand,
good friendships are often born there!

Participate

Type: Training
Date: 09.07.2022
Location: Lausanne (to be defined)
Prerequisite: no

Objectives:
- To address issues of sensory information processing from various aspects.
- How can we guide and help people with such difficulties in

perceptions in a world often well overloaded with stimuli?

Program:
People with autism perceive the world and their environment in ways
different from our own. Sensory experiences such as hypo sensitivity, hyper
sensitivity are recognized as symptoms of autism. You will receive tools
to begin the analysis of an individual's sensory needs. You will receive practical and concrete examples
for the implementation of certain adaptations and accommodations
in order to help people with autism to have a more harmonious state of self-regulation.

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