Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) – 4 Series Webinar presented by Dr. Susan Crawford. This is a comprehensive online ASD and Movement training series.
The 4 webinars culminate in a core ASD and Fundamental Movement Skill programme which is currently essential as both a regulatory and behaviour management strategy for children, young people and adults with autism.
This training opportunity is provided through the Sports Inclusion Programme which aims to increase opportunities for children with disabilities to be active.
Webinar 1 Online: Introduction to ASD – This webinar explores diagnosis, issues in the world of Autism Spectrum Disorder, theories, prevalence, associated conditions and evidence based teaching and learning interventions.
Webinar 2 Online: Introduction to Fundamental Movement Skills and Sensory Integration – This webinar explores what fundamental movement skills and sensory integration are, why they are important, how they are developed, programme planning and delivery, and the successful use of demonstration and feedback in the world of FMS.
Webinar 3 Online: Promoting and Maintaining participation in FMS programmes for students with ASD – This webinar explores how to maximise participation in FMS for students or players with Autism.
Workshop 4 Online: Exploring The Get Autism Active programme – This webinar brings it all together in The Get Autism Active Online Resource Kit which is a teaching and learning tool developed and refined over years of research and innovation. It includes the 19 skills of movement i.e. running, jumping, kicking, dodging etc. Each skill comes with a video demo, a checklist of how the skill is broken down into steps, a voice over prompt with key cues and much more!