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Many children have a difficult time learning social communication skills. These children might behave in ways that challenge us. Some children might be diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. These children can be supported in ways that help them understand and learn social skills. This workshop is based on a range of projects and work that Dean has been involved in both at the University of Canterbury and also in various schools and preschools. In this workshop you will learn about and experience – how social communication develops in young children social communication difficulties children with Autism Spectrum Disorder the importance of partnership with families and whānau strategies that work in centres and classrooms a range of practical learning opportunities This workshop is for – Early Childhood staff who interact with children or young people who have difficulty with social communication or have Autism Spectrum Disorder Parents of children with social communication difficulties Anyone interested in learning more about the development of communication by young children VENUE: WELLINGTON - 13a Wall Place, Tawa 5028 AUCKLAND - 670 Manukau Rd, One Tree Hill, Auckland.