LIVE TRAINING – in person, at your location

SPECIALIZED MODULES



KIT's Live Trainings involve one of our Education & Training Specialists leading a workshop in person for you
and your staff at your site. Each training is typically 2 hours in length. It is a cost–effective way to train your staff on inclusion!

For more information or to request and schedule a live training for your site, email support@KITtonline.org
or call (858)225-5680.

Please include the following information in your email:

  1. Your name and title
  2. The address of your site
  3. Which module(s) you are interested in


To view KIT's Four Core Inclusion Modules, click HERE.


Introduction to Inclusion   Accommodations for Children with Autism

This session will equip professionals with strategies to facilitate inclusion for children with autism spectrum disorders. Participants will address common assumptions about autism, and learn how to provide environmental and interpersonal accommodations. The workshop also presents strategies that support positive behavior, communication and sensory need.
       
Introduction to Inclusion   Accommodations for Children with
Developmental Disabilities


This workshop uses two case studies to infuse real life examples to share the information early childhood and school-age care providers need to support children with developmental disabilities in inclusive programs. Workshop participants will explore asking parents the right questions, areas where a child with a developmental disability may need support, and accommodations to promote communication and behavior through group activities.

       
Introduction to Inclusion  

Behavior Support Techniques

Throughout this session, participants will learn strategies for addressing challenging behavior. Guidelines for responding to behavior will be presented. Participants will discuss how to identify influences on behavior, define behavior problems, and develop plans to teach skills. The session concludes with a discussion of appropriate behavior support tools.

       
Introduction to Inclusion

Making Connections:
Fostering Friendships for Children with and without Disabilities


The best thing that a child can gain from your program is a quality friendship. Many times, children with disabilities struggle with initiating and maintaining friendships. In this workshop, participants will learn how to help all children develop their friendship skills.

       
Supporting Positive Behavior

Promoting Communication with Children and Youth

This module explains the concept of responsive communication and covers staff responsibilities in helping children and youth send and receive communication messages. Learners will have opportunities to explore their learning styles and get hands-on practice using verbal and non-verbal support strategies.

       
Supporting Positive Behavior

Ready, Set, Summer

A powerful introduction to inclusion for summer camp staff, this workshop provides the basic skills necessary in a “top tips for inclusion” format. Topics covered include accommodations for day camp settings, confidentiality and working with families, positive behavior supports and strategies for supporting friendships

 
Introduction to Inclusion  

Responding to Aggressive Behavior

This module highlights how perceptions influence responses to aggressive behavior. Learners explore different characteristics of children who use aggression and the underlying influences on aggressive behavior. A course of action for responding to aggressive behavior is presented, with an in-depth focus on how to develop environmental supports.

       
Supporting Positive Behavior  

Success with Challenging Behavior: ADHD

Chances are you serve children with ADHD every day in your existing programs. Explore myths about children with ADHD and discover what to look for as you design accommodations for children with ADHD in your program. Learn to prevent challenging behaviors with positive support strategies to help all children be successful.

       
Supporting Positive Behavior

Supporting Social Emotional Needs

Children with social-emotional disorders often experience instability in their moods, energy, thinking and behavior. Early childhood and out-of-school time settings are an ideal place to implement stress, relaxation, & behavior support techniques. Specific techniques for teaching social & coping skills will be discussed.

       
Supporting Positive Behavior

Using Group Process to Include School Age Children and Youth in Planning Programs

This workshop will assist participants to learn strategies to use group process to involve children/youth in planning the program and to gain experience in activity planning to meet the needs and interests of their children/youth.