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PLAY Project: Early Intervention for Children with ASD

Description

In this presentation, you will learn to use early intervention evidence-based play principles, methods, techniques and activities in order to achieve increased social communication, behavior, and sensory outcomes for children with ASD. Practical techniques to reduce negative behaviors and overcome various sensory challenges will also be presented. Participants will learn to implement a play-based system to assess and treat children according to their functional development levels, interests, and sensory profile during daily home, school, and community interactions. Participants will leave this presentation with play-based intervention strategies that are practical and sufficient for everyday use to support children’s growth and development.


About the Presenter(s)

Sheryl Rosin

Sheryl Rosin

Sheryl Rosin Ph.D., CCC-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist and Certified autism specialist with 20 years of experience in the field. Dr. Rosin has presented nationally and internationally on topics related to evidence-based practices in assessment and intervention for individuals with ASD. She is currently the program director for an international autism project with the Ministry of Education and the University of Medicine and Health Sciences-St. Kitts. Dr. Rosin is currently the owner and director of Palm Beach Speech-Language Specialists, a professional education instructor with Summit Professional Education, a PLAY Project consultant, supervisor, and trainer, an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University, an adjunct research fellow at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Vermont, the chair of the tele-practice committee and the VP for Continuing Education for the Florida Speech-Language Hearing Association.