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      April 18, 2019

      Thursday  10:30 AM

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      Understanding Autism with The Brain in Mind

      Autism Awareness, Intervention, & a Neuro-Relational Approach Significant work within the field of neuroscience has led to a better understanding of the brain functioning of young people who experience life on the AUTISM SPECTRUM. This remarkable research has allowed for more precise diagnosis and FACILITATED collaboration between disciplines. This in turn has lead to targeted treatment and compassionate approaches that designed to improving their lives and outcomes. In this dynamic presentation, Dr. Paul Bake, who in addition to being a developmental neuropsychologist, international speaker and author) is the PARENT of a young person with high functioning autism (formerly Asperger’s Syndrome) will share professional and personal experiences and explain how using The PersonBrain Model’s NeuroRelational Approach can help increase insight and improve quality of life for these individuals and those who live with and care tfor them. This event is open to and relevant to a anyone working with autistic children and young people, including:  Social Workers, Social Care staff, Foster Carers, Family Support staff, Educators, Psychologists / Counsellors, Mental Health Professionals, Youth Workers / After Care Workers, Residential Care Staff, School Resource / Educational Welfare Officers, Juvenile Justice staff. Including in the rate: Admission to Master Class, Handouts, Light lunch, Online resource, Certificate of Attendance. About the Presenter: Dr. Paul Baker is a developmental neuropsychologist who currently divides his residency between Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA where he is CEO of Accentra Behavioral and Educational Services and Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. He is the developer of The PersonBrain Model, a comprehensive, strength-based neurorelational support model, the co-author of The Hopeful Brain: NeuroRelational Repair for Disconnected Children and Youth, The Minded Brain: An Educational Curriculum to Enhance Social, Emotional and Cultural Experience and Better Behavior…Positively! Over the past twenty-eight years he has accumulated direct experiences a clinical director, special education administrator and foster and adoptive parent.

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