Rehabilitation Centre for Children: Full Day Seminars

Interested in having your school or daycare team learn more about the developmental approach used in the Relate Program (RDI)?

These workshops are open to all, register soon, as the first workshop is next week!

Parents may join, but are recommended to consider the 7-week evening series, Promoting Flexible Thinking with Your Child at Home. Next available session begins Tuesday Feb 16th at 7:00. If you are interested you can contact Yvonne Kash at Rehab Centre for Children, 204-453-9821

Relate Program Introductory Series: Please try to attend both sessions

Introduction to Dynamic Intelligence and the Guiding Relationship

Content:

This workshop introduces some of the core concepts used in The Relate Program at RCC, which is based on Relationship Development Intervention®. The workshop will probe the topic of dynamic intelligence, and explore the importance of dynamic thinking and communicating in real life situations. The workshop will also explore guided participation, a natural, time proven method of teaching children. When children with challenges in dynamic thinking are systematically guided through developmental stages of thinking and communicating, they can improve their social competency, communication and ability to participate flexibly in our dynamic world.

Participants:   This workshop is intended for educators, school teams and family members.

Cost:                     $30  (Full Day – 9:15 am-3:15 pm)

Location:             Rehabilitation Centre for Children (Auditorium)

633 Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg

Presented by:    Lianne Belton, Occupational Therapist, RDI® Program Consultant

 

Dates:                  September 24th, 2015

                              February 11th, 2016

 

Becoming an Effective Guide

Content:

In this second full day workshop, participants are introduced the essentials of guided participation. The workshop explores the concept of cognitive apprenticeship, and how the learning relationship between adult and child evolves. Topics covered include setting up active partnerships between guide and apprentice, programming in the zone of proximal development, becoming aware of our guiding actions, modifying the guide’s communication style and creating positive memories of learning.

Participants: This workshop is intended for educators, school teams and family members. Participation in Introduction to Dynamic Intelligence and the Guiding Relationship is a pre-requisite.

Cost:                     $30  (Full Day – 9:15 am -3:15 pm)

Location:             Rehabilitation Centre for Children (Auditorium)

633 Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg

Presented by:  Lianne Belton, Occupational Therapist, RDI® Program Consultant

 

Dates:                   October 1st, 2015

                              February 18th, 2016

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