Introducing the first workshop in Eden’s Infant-Toddler Training Series for Parents and Professionals

Joint Attention & Meaningful Play

Presented by Laura Senf-Shagon, M.S., BCBA

What is joint attention, and why is it so important? In this session we’ll focus on how to facilitate joint attention, eye contact, and increased social interaction during play. Learn how to choose toys to encourage meaningful play – and how to incorporate imaginative, cooperative, and role play into everyday activities – in order to foster social and emotional development, imagination, and language.

This workshop is the first of a 4-part series of workshops designed for parents and caregivers of young children with Autism, behavioral concerns, communication deficits, and/or other developmental delays. Early Childhood professionals are also welcome.

Cost: $35
Pre-registration is required.

Save your seat today! Contact Lauren McAllister, Outreach Manager at 609-987-0099 ext. 4015 or email outreach.