DATE: Monday, August 17, 2020
TIME: 8 PM to 9 PM
PLATFORM: Google Hangouts
We strive to provide the best for our children and that involves utilising a variety of intervention of treatment methods for autism.
This workshop explores how, as parents, our experiences and beliefs influence our ability to advocate and make decisions about treatment for our children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our perceptions of support, ideas of attachment, feelings regarding the diagnosis, shift in expectations, consideration for the future, and need to find community all feed into how we move forward in caring for children with ASD.
Understanding how our decision-making is influenced by these factors prepares us to make more informed decisions on our child’s choice of treatment.
Parents can gain the following knowledge:
Roy is a regular speaker at schools and corporations to provide education on psychology. He last spoke at Goldman Sachs family forum in support of the continued development of social skills during COVID-19. Roy started his career as an autism therapist in school for children with moderate to severe autism in Singapore and worked with the ASD population for the past 8 years.