This topic contains 3,669 replies, has 574 voices, and was last updated by  Sarah Pastrana 2 days, 22 hours ago.

  • Creator
    Topic
  • #69

    FEAT BC Admin
    Keymaster

    Please use this section to advertise for things that are needed or are available for sale (or free). For example, ads for specific A.B.A. therapy materials, therapists, & baby-sitters are welcome. Your message will be distributed to members of the Discussion Group.

Viewing 10 replies - 3,571 through 3,580 (of 3,669 total)
  • Author
    Replies
  • #8976

    Do you want to gain valuable and hard to find work experience in the classroom?

    We are currently recruiting for our son’s school position for September 2006. The position will begin with extensive training on our home program, followed by training and work-experience assisting our son in various community activities and finally, training with our current Educational Assistant within the school setting.

    You will receive extensive and ongoing 1:1 training from our Behavior Consultant and Senior Instructor (estimated M.A, and BCBA completion Fall 2006), making this an excellent opportunity for those who wish to continue on this field and receive BCBA supervision. For those who plan to pursue their PDP, a year of experience within a classroom is excellent experience for your CV.

    The Candidate:
    • able to work independently and as a team
    • reliable, eager to learn, able to take constructive feedback and implement it immediately
    • FUN!
    • Sports experience an asset but not required

    The Position:
    • A 34 hour position (5x 6.0 hr school days + 2x 2 hour afterschool shifts); Pay determined and provided through our school; home based program pay determined by experience
    • Attending a bi-weekly staff meetings and home consults
    • Producing data based reports for analysis by our Behavior Consultant
    • Working within the classroom to assist our son where necessary
    • REQUIREMENT: a commitment until July 2007
    • Two weekly shifts within our home, running playdates, academic programs and assisting as necessary in various sports

    The Location:
    • In Maple Ridge, start time 8:15 a.m.
    • School position takes place at a Private Christian School
    • Our IEP is designed by our Consultant and fully supported by our school
    • Additional shift hours occur in our home and in the community

    Part time training to occur as soon as possible, based on your schedule. Hours will increase in May/June and again in July.

    Please send a resume and cover letter discussing your qualifications to himright@telus.net. We welcome all applicants, including those with little or no training in the field! We are looking for just the right person, experience is not required as training is provided.

    #8977

    Deleted User
    Member

    New Library Resource Materials & Recommended Reads:

    We’ve been busy in our library over the past few months and here is a list of new materials now available for loan to you, as well as some items to add to your Christmas wish-list!

    To request materials via mail please email tleger@autismbc.ca , or call us at 604-434-0880 or 1-888-437-0880 to make your request via phone. Of course you are always welcome to come in and check out the materials yourself! Please remember that you must have a current membership in order to be able to borrow ASBC materials.

    Lindy, Jennifer and myself are always happy to hear from our members, so please call with any questions, or recommendations for new materials, that you may have.

    We look forward to hearing from you.

    Regards,
    Tamara Leger

    DVDs and Videos and CD-ROMs:
    1. Fitting In Having Fun: Social Skills Training Video Series from http://www.tdsocialskills.com
    Volume 1: 13 lessons that include dares, embarrassing situations, talking too loud, interrupting, accepting criticism, ending a conversation, being bossy, taking a joke too far, dealing with disappointment and being a tattletale.
    Volume 2: Moving on to Middle School: 11 lessons that include completing homework, flirting, the cafeteria, teasing and bullying, phys Ed class, staying organized, paying attention, making friends, hallway safety, getting along and how to handle the first day.

    2. Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day by Michelle Garcia Winner: 2 DVD set that includes her workshop and clips from live therapy demo sessions clips that cover material and programming ideas from her books Thinking About You Thinking About Me and Inside Out: What Makes kids with Social Deficits Tick?

    3. CD-ROM: Map It Out: Customizable Work Maps
    4. CD-ROM: Say and Do: Social Scenes for Home, School and Community
    5. CD-ROM: Say and Do: Early Social Scenes for School

    Super Duper Card Sets :
    1. Understanding Inferences Card Deck
    2. Famous Words and Proverbs Fun Deck
    3. Idioms Fun Deck
    4. Metaphors and Similes Fun Deck
    5. Let’s Predict Fun Deck
    6. Rags to Riches More Idioms Fun Deck

    Books and Manuals and Programming Materials:

    1. Can You Listen with Your Eyes? By Nita Everly
    2. La Grammaire, C’est Mon Affaire (basic Grade 2 level intro to French Grammar book)
    3. Le carnet de Mes Mots (basic primary French vocabulary and simple sentence structure)
    4. The Language of Math for Young Learners by Marilyn Toomey
    5. Mini Mysteries: 26 intriguing mystery stories sure to improve reading comprehension, listening skills and critical thinking (Grade 3-6)
    6. More Mini Mysteries: 22 intriguing mystery stories sure to improve reading comprehension, listening skills and critical thinking (Grade 3-6)
    7. Finding the Main Idea: High interest comprehensive activities to help students identify, locate and write main ideas.
    8. Map It Out: Visual Tools for thinking, Organizing and Communicating by Elizabeth Wiig and Carolyn Wilson
    9. Don’t Take it So Literally by Danielle Legler
    10. Logic, Anyone? 165 Brian Stretching Logic Problems (Grade 5 and Up) include analogies, matrix logic, table logic, circle logic, syllogisms, Venn diagrams
    11. List of Leveled Picture books for Grade K-8 (Great for matching and gauging your child’s reading level)
    12. Study Strategies Made Easy: Includes Organization, Learning Style, reading comprehension, communication, note-taking, homework, stress management, memorization and test-taking
    13. The Study Skills Handbook: More than 75 strategies for Better Learning by Judith Dodge
    14. Start Them Thinking: A Handbook for Classroom strategies for the early years (K-3)
    15. Comic Strip Math: Grade 3-6
    16. Comic Strip Grammar: Grade 3-6
    17. Making Critical Thinking Intuitive by Richard W. Paul
    18. The Logic of Creative and Critical Thinking by Richard Paul
    19. Critical Thinking: Identifying the Targets by Richard Paul
    20. How to Give a Presentation (Grade 4-6)
    21. Teaching with Favorite Magic Treehouse Books: engaging, skill-building activities for exploring fiction and nonfiction using these popular chapter books (Grade 2-3)
    22. Reading with Robert Munsch (Grade 1-3)
    23. Critical Thinking: Problem Solving, Reasoning, Logic, Arguments Book One by Anita Harndek
    24. Algebra Readiness (Grade 4-8): 50 independent practice pages that help kids master essential math skills by Judith Muschla and Gary Robert Muschla
    25. Math Exercises for Non-Readers by Anne Marie Johnson
    26. Math Work Problems Made Easy (Grade 2) by Bob Krech
    27. Algebra Math Skills Workbook (Grade 4-6)
    28. MEER 1 & MEER 2

    Peer Play Activity Ideas and Curriculums:
    Science Based Activities
    1. Bouncing Into Science by Marianne Croil
    2. Mysteries and Codes by Karen Rogers
    3. Inventions: Ideas in Motion
    4. Machines Theme Unit
    5. Spell Binding Bones Theme Unit
    6. Planet X: a problem-based science curriculum for teaching systems (Grade 2) Theme Unit
    7. Robots, Sharks, Monsters and Whales Theme Unit

    Language Arts/Art Activities
    1. I Still Believe in Unicorns (Grade 2-8)
    2. The Middle Ages: Castles, Kings and Knights in Shining Armor (Grade 4-8)
    3. Fun with Food Theme Unit
    4. Quickly and Quietly Theme Unit
    5. Hand in Hand Theme Unit
    6. Cats Theme Unit
    7. Dinosaurs Theme Unit
    8. Sports Theme Unit
    9. Jungles Theme Unit
    10. Great Food Adventures Theme Unit
    11. Shopping Centres Theme Unit
    12. Bears Theme Unit
    13. Pizza and Popcorn Theme Unit
    14. Ancient Egypt Theme Unit
    15. Rain Theme Unit
    16. Hats Theme Unit
    17. Make Believe Theme Unit

    Other Recommended “In House” Reads:

    1. Perfect Targets
    2. Social Skills Training
    3. Skillstreaming
    4. Thinking About YOU Thinking About ME
    5. Solving the Relationship Puzzle
    6. Teaching Your Child the Language of Social Success
    7. The Hidden Curriculum

    Buy IT!:

    Teaching Your Child the Language of Social Success by Marshall P. Duke, Elisabeth A. Martin, Stephen Nowicki Jr.

    This book breaks down and provides programming ideas for teaching non-verbal communication components such as: paralanguage, facial expressions, postures and gestures, interpersonal distance (space & time ) and touch, rhythm and time and objectics. And it is reasonably priced at http://www.Amazon.com!

    Einstein Never Used Flashcards by Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Diane Eyer, Roberta Michnick Golinkoff

    This book is a great clinical psychological reference guide that synthesizes all the hardcore psychological and developmental studies that your psychologist, behavioural consultant and SLP may have referred to. This book will also give you the long view in terms of what develops when, how it emerges and how it all comes together. This is the book that I wish we had when we started our program!

    #8978

    We are looking for someone who has good behavioral management skill to work with our 7-year-old boy who is high functioning diagnosed Autism Spectrum Disorder. If you like to interact with kids and have good play skills, and you think you are patient, fun, creative and interested in this position, please e-mail me at hazel.yin@gmail.com
    Thank you!

    #8979

    Deleted User
    Member

    New Library Resource Materials & Recommended Reads:

    We’ve been busy in our library over the past few months and here is a list of new materials now available for loan to you, as well as some items to add to your Christmas wish-list!

    To request materials via mail please email tleger@autismbc.ca , or call us at 604-434-0880 or 1-888-437-0880 to make your request via phone. Of course you are always welcome to come in and check out the materials yourself! Please remember that you must have a current membership in order to be able to borrow ASBC materials.

    Lindy, Jennifer and myself are always happy to hear from our members, so please call with any questions, or recommendations for new materials, that you may have.

    We look forward to hearing from you.

    Regards,
    Tamara Leger

    DVDs and Videos and CD-ROMs:
    1. Fitting In Having Fun: Social Skills Training Video Series from http://www.tdsocialskills.com
    Volume 1: 13 lessons that include dares, embarrassing situations, talking too loud, interrupting, accepting criticism, ending a conversation, being bossy, taking a joke too far, dealing with disappointment and being a tattletale.
    Volume 2: Moving on to Middle School: 11 lessons that include completing homework, flirting, the cafeteria, teasing and bullying, phys Ed class, staying organized, paying attention, making friends, hallway safety, getting along and how to handle the first day.

    2. Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day by Michelle Garcia Winner: 2 DVD set that includes her workshop and clips from live therapy demo sessions clips that cover material and programming ideas from her books Thinking About You Thinking About Me and Inside Out: What Makes kids with Social Deficits Tick?

    3. CD-ROM: Map It Out: Customizable Work Maps
    4. CD-ROM: Say and Do: Social Scenes for Home, School and Community
    5. CD-ROM: Say and Do: Early Social Scenes for School

    Super Duper Card Sets :
    1. Understanding Inferences Card Deck
    2. Famous Words and Proverbs Fun Deck
    3. Idioms Fun Deck
    4. Metaphors and Similes Fun Deck
    5. Let’s Predict Fun Deck
    6. Rags to Riches More Idioms Fun Deck

    Books and Manuals and Programming Materials:

    1. Can You Listen with Your Eyes? By Nita Everly
    2. La Grammaire, C’est Mon Affaire (basic Grade 2 level intro to French Grammar book)
    3. Le carnet de Mes Mots (basic primary French vocabulary and simple sentence structure)
    4. The Language of Math for Young Learners by Marilyn Toomey
    5. Mini Mysteries: 26 intriguing mystery stories sure to improve reading comprehension, listening skills and critical thinking (Grade 3-6)
    6. More Mini Mysteries: 22 intriguing mystery stories sure to improve reading comprehension, listening skills and critical thinking (Grade 3-6)
    7. Finding the Main Idea: High interest comprehensive activities to help students identify, locate and write main ideas.
    8. Map It Out: Visual Tools for thinking, Organizing and Communicating by Elizabeth Wiig and Carolyn Wilson
    9. Don’t Take it So Literally by Danielle Legler
    10. Logic, Anyone? 165 Brian Stretching Logic Problems (Grade 5 and Up) include analogies, matrix logic, table logic, circle logic, syllogisms, Venn diagrams
    11. List of Leveled Picture books for Grade K-8 (Great for matching and gauging your child’s reading level)
    12. Study Strategies Made Easy: Includes Organization, Learning Style, reading comprehension, communication, note-taking, homework, stress management, memorization and test-taking
    13. The Study Skills Handbook: More than 75 strategies for Better Learning by Judith Dodge
    14. Start Them Thinking: A Handbook for Classroom strategies for the early years (K-3)
    15. Comic Strip Math: Grade 3-6
    16. Comic Strip Grammar: Grade 3-6
    17. Making Critical Thinking Intuitive by Richard W. Paul
    18. The Logic of Creative and Critical Thinking by Richard Paul
    19. Critical Thinking: Identifying the Targets by Richard Paul
    20. How to Give a Presentation (Grade 4-6)
    21. Teaching with Favorite Magic Treehouse Books: engaging, skill-building activities for exploring fiction and nonfiction using these popular chapter books (Grade 2-3)
    22. Reading with Robert Munsch (Grade 1-3)
    23. Critical Thinking: Problem Solving, Reasoning, Logic, Arguments Book One by Anita Harndek
    24. Algebra Readiness (Grade 4-8): 50 independent practice pages that help kids master essential math skills by Judith Muschla and Gary Robert Muschla
    25. Math Exercises for Non-Readers by Anne Marie Johnson
    26. Math Work Problems Made Easy (Grade 2) by Bob Krech
    27. Algebra Math Skills Workbook (Grade 4-6)
    28. MEER 1 & MEER 2

    Peer Play Activity Ideas and Curriculums:
    Science Based Activities
    1. Bouncing Into Science by Marianne Croil
    2. Mysteries and Codes by Karen Rogers
    3. Inventions: Ideas in Motion
    4. Machines Theme Unit
    5. Spell Binding Bones Theme Unit
    6. Planet X: a problem-based science curriculum for teaching systems (Grade 2) Theme Unit
    7. Robots, Sharks, Monsters and Whales Theme Unit

    Language Arts/Art Activities
    1. I Still Believe in Unicorns (Grade 2-8)
    2. The Middle Ages: Castles, Kings and Knights in Shining Armor (Grade 4-8)
    3. Fun with Food Theme Unit
    4. Quickly and Quietly Theme Unit
    5. Hand in Hand Theme Unit
    6. Cats Theme Unit
    7. Dinosaurs Theme Unit
    8. Sports Theme Unit
    9. Jungles Theme Unit
    10. Great Food Adventures Theme Unit
    11. Shopping Centres Theme Unit
    12. Bears Theme Unit
    13. Pizza and Popcorn Theme Unit
    14. Ancient Egypt Theme Unit
    15. Rain Theme Unit
    16. Hats Theme Unit
    17. Make Believe Theme Unit

    Other Recommended “In House” Reads:

    1. Perfect Targets
    2. Social Skills Training
    3. Skillstreaming
    4. Thinking About YOU Thinking About ME
    5. Solving the Relationship Puzzle
    6. Teaching Your Child the Language of Social Success
    7. The Hidden Curriculum

    Buy IT!:

    Teaching Your Child the Language of Social Success by Marshall P. Duke, Elisabeth A. Martin, Stephen Nowicki Jr.

    This book breaks down and provides programming ideas for teaching non-verbal communication components such as: paralanguage, facial expressions, postures and gestures, interpersonal distance (space & time ) and touch, rhythm and time and objectics. And it is reasonably priced at http://www.Amazon.com!

    Einstein Never Used Flashcards by Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Diane Eyer, Roberta Michnick Golinkoff

    This book is a great clinical psychological reference guide that synthesizes all the hardcore psychological and developmental studies that your psychologist, behavioural consultant and SLP may have referred to. This book will also give you the long view in terms of what develops when, how it emerges and how it all comes together. This is the book that I wish we had when we started our program!

    #8980

    We are looking for someone who has the behavioral management skill to work with our 7-year-old boy who is high functioning diagnosed Autism Spectrum Disorder. If you like to interact with kids and have good play skills, and you think you are patient, fun, creative and interested in this position, please e-mail me at hazel.yin@gmail.com
    Thank you!

    #8981

    *******THERAPIST NEEDED****************

    Therapist needed in Port Coquitlam For a lovable high functioning 6 year old boy. Needed is somebody who can deal with a very smart and energetic little boy, who has some knowledge and understanding of behaviour management and child development and who can think fast on their feet and can commit to two sessions a week and two team meetings a month. (7 hours)

    If interested please contact
    aba_instructor@hotmail.com

    #8982

    ***P/T ABA nanny needed East Vancouver***

    We're looking for someone with ABA experience to play with our 3 1/2 year old boy for two or three hours a day, three days a week. He's verbal, fun, and absolutely loves to play. No trials or programs involved.

    Please contact Dwight and Marie at dwightmarie@shaw.ca, or call 604-264-7414.

    #8983

    olivia neale
    Member

    Therapists need in Surrey (directly off hwy 1)for our 5 yr old blonde haired, blue eyed adorable boy. We are under the consultant Lisa Winz next workshop is in December! past ABA experience prefered but not necessary as we will train.
    Please e-mail (resume attached) to mo_neale@hotmail.com (that's mo_neale)

    #8984

    Anyone interested in a 3-speed Worksman tandem tricycle? It's brand-new and hardly ever used. It's very large and too heavy to use here on the hilly North Shore. Perfect for riding with your child who is unable or not safe to ride by themselves.
    Paid $1500 for it, but will take offers.

    604-306-7429

    Dave

    #8985

    **Experienced Therapist looking for work**

    I have been working as an Senior and Line ABA therapist for 4 years, and am looking for a new ABA team to join. I have experience working across various levels of programming, am reliable and energetic, and committed to continuing my work in this field. I live in Maple Ridge, and am willing to travel to Coquitlam and Burnaby.
    Please contact Amanda Brown for more information at 604-803-8026, or email me at abbababy@hotmail.com.

Viewing 10 replies - 3,571 through 3,580 (of 3,669 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.