Simon Miller: Principles of Social Interaction

length: 
12:30
Interviewer-Presenter: 
Lynn Savoie
Interviewee: 
Simon Miller

Simon Miller is a teacher in a large urban high school in Surrey, BC. Simon, with the help of District and Provincial staff, developed a Social Skills program called PSI (Principles of Social Interaction) for students with an autism spectrum disorder or some social deficits.

This eLearning lesson is presented by POPARD Education and Behaviour Consultant, Lynn Savoie.

type: 
Social Skills

Jackie's Story, Part 3: Strategies for a Successful Kindergarten Year

length: 
8 minutes
Interviewer-Presenter: 
Lynn Savoie

Jackie lives in a small town in the Kootenays with her son, Hayden, who's been diagnosed with high-functioning autism. She agreed to be interviewed by POPARD to help other parents prepare their children for the school system.

type: 
for Parents
Personal Stories

Jackie's Story, Part 2: Preparing for Kindergarten

length: 
6:30
Interviewer-Presenter: 
Lynn Savoie

Jackie lives in a small town in the Kootenays with her son, Hayden, who's been diagnosed with high-functioning autism. She agreed to be interviewed by POPARD to help other parents with their own journey.

Jackie's experiences are unique to her family and to her son, but the strategies she uses can be used by parents everywhere.

In the second part of this 3-part series, Jackie describes how she prepares her son Hayden for his first year in school.

This eLearning lesson is presented by POPARD Education and Behaviour Consultant, Lynn Savoie.

type: 
for Parents

Creating a Visual Calendar

length: 
6:30
Interviewer-Presenter: 
Lynn Savoie

Something any parent can do to help their child prepare for school is to create a Visual Schedule. Jackie, whom we met in the Jackie's Story series, explains how she created and used visual schedules for her son, Hayden.
This eLearning lesson is presented by POPARD Education and Behaviour Consultant, Lynn Savoie.

type: 
for Parents
Personal Stories

Jackie's Story, Part 1: Birth to Diagnosis

length: 
12 minutes
Interviewer-Presenter: 
Lynn Savoie

This is the first in a three-part series presented by POPARD Education and Behaviour Consultant, Lynn Savoie.

type: 
for Parents
Personal Stories

Adaptive Program Techniques

length: 
9 minutes
Interviewer-Presenter: 
Lynn Savoie

Within this presentation, Lynn Savoie (POPARD Education and Behaviour Consultant) discusses seven different adaptive program techniques educators can use to help children with an austism spectrum disorder to meet standard curriculum objectives.

type: 
Team Training