Autism Workshop Prevents Brutal Teasing And Social Skills Deficits

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Does your autistic child lack appropriate social skills or get brutally teased? Autism Today is sponsoring world renowned author and speaker, Dr. Jed Baker, in a one day workshop, to solve social skill deficits, stop meltdowns and show you how to prevent your child from being brutally teased. You can register for the live workshop in Edmonton, Alberta Canada or watch, via live webcast from anywhere in the world at

One in 100 kids have autism, and millions act out, constantly having meltdowns, or get brutally teased because they don't have the appropriate social skills Dr. Jed Baker will present in his one day, live and live webcasted workshop, sponsored by Autism Today, on September 24th, at The Oasis Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Parents and professionals alike will attend Dr. Baker's live workshop and you can register to watch, from anywhere in the world, via live webcast.

Dr. Jed Baker is the author of numerous books, including No More Meltdowns, Positive Strategies for Managing and Preventing Out-Of-Control Behavior, Preparing For Life, and Social Skills Picture Book, widely recognized as the finest social skills training available.

Charles Gibson of ABC's World News, and many others have interviewed Dr. Baker for his insight, inspiration and practical strategies to help improve autistic children's social skills.

When you attend Dr. Baker's one day workshop, or watch on live webcast, you will learn to discover the reasons for social skill deficits and disruptive behaviour, learn how to prevent and manage meltdowns or tantrums, find out how to motivate verbal and non-verbal students to socialize, learn strategies to teach verbal and non-verbal students, gain skills in teaching peers to be more tolerant and supportive and much more.

To register for Dr. Baker's Social Skills Workshop, visit or call 780-416-4448. Those who can't attend the workshop may register for the live webcast.

About Autism Today: Autism Today is the premiere source for conferences, resources and information on autism and special needs. Visit them online at


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