Care Giver Training
Caregiver Training is a practical and culturally adaptable training program to foster the social and communication skills of children with autism and other developmental issues, with a special focus on families in underserved communities.
The program aligns with Autism Speaks’ mission to increase understanding and acceptance of autism, increase early-childhood screening and intervention, and ensure access to reliable information and service throughout life.
The program trains parents and other caregivers to use scientifically proven strategies for promoting child development, reducing disruptive behaviors, and strengthening their coping skills.
Aims & objective
- To provide therapeutic treatment including OT, PT, SLT, and others if needed.
- Patients assessment by scientific and evidence-based practice.
- Awareness program (Special training class) for mothers and caregivers.
- Special education provides for a special child.
- The assistive device provides an associate vocational training program.
The course duration of the care giver training is 15 days only. It can be residential and non-residential.
This course only applies to the mother, father and caregiver of an autistic and disabled child (not to anyone else). Age range between 18 to 45 years.