Workshops & Professional Development for Schools & Staff

We provide a range of supportive virtual workshops and in-clinic programs for children, parents, teachers, and educational assistants.

Teachers, assistants, and other support staff can join us for ongoing learning sessions. See what we have coming up. Or you can schedule a separate workshops for your school or agency. Contact us to find out more!

Upcoming Workshops & Professional Development

Behavior Support Workshop

What supports positive behavior outcomes? This workshop will help educators better understand how to achieve increased compliance and attention to learning. Educators may share examples of behavior concerns and the context in which they occur.

Reading Interventions Level 2

Meet our Learning Consultant, Kathy Tyler, who will guide parents on how to support struggling readers. The focus will be strategies for complex learners and topics covered will include predictable chart writing and emergent literacy strategies. Parents may bring examples of how their child struggles with reading.

Executive Functioning Part 1

What is executive functioning and how can we support our students? Executive Functioning Skills facilitate the behaviors required to plan and achieve goals. This workshop will review the fundamental skills related to Executive Function including proficient adaptable thinking, planning, self monitoring, working memory, time management and organization.

Executive Functioning Part 2

Continued: What is executive functioning and how can we support our students? Executive Functioning Skills facilitate the behaviors required to plan and achieve goals. This workshop will review the fundamental skills related to Executive Function including proficient adaptable thinking, planning, self monitoring, working memory, time management and organization.

Khan Team Spotlight

Annika Hanson

Registered Speech-Language Pathologist Social Skills group Program Coordinator, Chatter leader

My first-hand experience in the Chatter Program™ strengthened not only my communication skills but also my ability to engage and develop positive social relationships with those who socialize and communicate differently.”

Annika HansonRegistered Speech-Language Pathologist Social Skills group Program Coordinator, Chatter leader

Through first-hand experience as a teenage peer in the Chatter Program™, Annika developed an appreciation for the role that a community can play in social success. Today, as a Speech-Language Pathologist and Chatter Program™ Coordinator, Annika works closely with group leaders to develop functional and meaningful goals designed for each group of children in the program.

Annika is passionate about providing volunteer peers with training on communication strategies, neurodiversity, and social differences, so that community members become thoughtful and accepting communication partners. Every Wednesday and Thursday in the Chatter Program™, she looks forward to seeing participants and volunteers having fun together, developing their skills, and forming supportive relationships.