The Ziggurat Model
2-day Training Workshop
-Planning Comprehensive Behavioral Interventions for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder- -Winner of the 2008 Autism Society of America’s National Award for Literary Work of the year-
The online application was closed April 20th. Applications after the 20th will be accepted at the venue starting at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday with payment in cash only. We are sorry for any inconvenience. Please feel free to call the school (03-5730-1331) or a staff member (090-3512-1817) to check vacancies.
Saturday April 24 & Sunday April 25, 2010
Venue: Tokyo International Exchange Center
(3 minutes from Fune no Kagaku Kan station, Yurikamome Line) MAP Schedule for April 24-25 9:00a.m. Doors Open 9:30a.m. Workshop starts 5:00p.m. Workshop ends The social event is held from 5:30p.m. to 7:30p.m. on Saturday. ( Food booths will be available on site for a reasonable fee)
Registration Fee for two-day workshop
Regular(Parents/Professionals):22,000 yen /person Students(under 21 years old):12,000 yen/person *Student ID is required at the door. Social Event Fee on Saturday: 3,000 yen/person Please register early as seating is limited.
How to Register
( Individual and groups less than 5 members) Please access the online registration form for regular or students at the bottom of this page. ( Group of 5 members or more) Please access the Group Registration form at the bottom of this page. What is the Ziggurat Model? The Ziggurat Model is a system for designing meaningful comprehensive interventions for individuals of all ages with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The Ziggurat Model provides a unique framework to simplify a complex process while utilizing research and evidence based practices to build effective interventions. More information is available at http://www.texasautism.com/ What can you learn from this workshop? Parents, teachers, speech pathologists, psychologists, physicians, occupational therapist, counselors, school administrators, autism consultants, and others will benefit from this training. Emphasis is placed on working as an intervention team. Through hands-on exercises, participants will learn to: • Recognize strategies with empirical support • Select appropriate strategies for an individual • Address underlying needs through comprehensive interventions Presenters: Ruth Aspy, Ph.D and Barry G. Grossman, Ph.D Ruth Aspy, Ph.D. and Barry Grossman,Ph.D. are licensed psychologists who specialize in assessment and intervention for individuals with autism spectrum disorders in U.S. They co-authored The Ziggurat Model and present this model throughout the U.S. and internationally.