Information Session for the WHO Caregiver Skills Training Program: Master Trainer Workshop

Wednesday, November 2, 2022 14:00to15:00



Information Session for the WHO Caregiver Skills Training (CST) Program: Master Trainer Workshop

Format: Virtual, with live Q&A 
Speaker: Lucia Murillo Chacko, Ed.D., Associate Director, Clinical Services and Inclusion, Autism Speaks 
Date/Time: November 2, 2022 at 2 p.m. EST (11 a.m. PST)
Price: FREE 
Language: Presentation in English; Question period in English and French



CST MT Workshop Information Session ft. Lucia Murillo Chacko, PhD

The Caregiver Skills Training was developed by the World Health Organization, with support from Autism Speaks, to help parents and caregivers of young children with neurodevelopmental conditions, including autism, use evidence-based strategies to promote development. The intervention offers nine family group sessions and three individual coaching visits and covers topics such as communication and daily living skills.

Interested in offering CST in your local organization? We will be offering a training for Canadian service providers starting in January 2023. This information session (November 2nd, 2022) will include a presentation on what it means to become a Master Trainer and to implement the Caregiver Skills Training in your local organization, followed by a live Q&A session on the Master Trainer Workshop and on CST Program.

Presentation in English; Question period in English or French.


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