Teaching Kids to Play from a Safe
Justyna Balzar, MEd, BCBA
Meghan Cave, MEd, BCBA
June 9, 2020
4:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
As Connecticut begins to reopen, it is likely that certain safety precautions will remain in place. Options for summer programming remain uncertain, but no matter what this next season looks like, two things are clear. First, relationships matter and we must find ways to promote socialization for our children during these challenging times. Second, as “in real life” events slowly return to our calendars, social distancing will remain our best defense for the near future. So, how can we provide opportunities for our children to thrive socially while teaching them to maintain personal space?
In this webinar, board certified behavior analysts
Meghan Cave and Justyna Balzar will review behavior analytic strategies you can use to prepare for our new normal—hanging out from a safe social distance.
Materials: Playing from a Safe Distance (PDF Format)
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