International Autism Researcher and Author to Present All-Day Workshop in Kansas City—Strategies for Success: Autism as Context Blindness Presented by AAPC Publishing

Anyone wanting to support people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) needs to understand how people on the spectrum perceive and understand the world. By seeing beyond their behavior, we are better able to understand from where that behavior comes.

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Olathe, KS (PRWEB) March 22, 2014

Join AAPC on April 4, 2014 at the Olathe, Kansas Hilton Garden Inn for a special workshop by world-renowned autism researcher and co-director of the Education Center in Belgium, Dr. Peter Vermeulen.
Dr. Vermeulen’s insights regarding context blindness deliver a fresh perspective on how individuals with an ASD perceive and respond to their environment. Using examples from his clinical practice, Dr. Vermeulen shares his theory of how context blindness directly impacts an individual’s cognitive abilities, thus impacting communication, social cognition, and behavior.

Major Topics for This All-Day Workshop:

  •     Why Autism Is Like an Iceberg and Why a Rabbit Can Also Be a Duck
  •     Why We Don’t Need Faces to Recognize Emotions and Why Some People Put a Parrot on Their Head
  •     Why People Never Say What They Mean, Why You Never Know When “Later” Is, and Why Even Pictures Can Be Confusing
  •     Why Pushing the Context Button Is the Cornerstone of Autism-Friendly Behavior and Support

For more information about Dr. Vermeulen or to register for the workshop, visit http://www.aapcpublishing.net or call AAPC Publishing at 913-897-1004.

About the Presenter:
Peter Vermeulen, PhD, is a psychologist and co-director of the Centre for Concrete Communication, a training and education center specializing in autism spectrum disorders in Belgium.

About the Sponsor:
Established in 1999, the mission of AAPC Publishing is to be the first source for practical solutions related to autism spectrum and related disorders. We are an independent publisher, targeting professionals and parents alike. We strive to offer publications at affordable prices so that important resources will be accessible to anyone with an interest in the autism spectrum.


Contact

  • Clyde Hoggatt
    AAPC Publishing
    +1 (913) 897-1004
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