Shema Kolainu


Kim Robinson 
Shema Kolainu-Hear Our Voices 


Wednesday March 28, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM EDT

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4302 New Utrecht Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219

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SKHOV Free Workshop 3: The Road to Independence 

March 28th, 2012


At SKHOV, 4302 New Utrecht Ave, Brooklyn NY 11219



The Road to Independence 

March 28, 2012
  • Toilet training: baseline, training and follow-up.
  • Self care skills: brushing teeth, dressing, showering, and eating.
  • Pre-Vocational skills: following a task analysis, activity schedules and PSI.
 Our 2011-2012 Workshop Series
at Shema Kolainu-Hear Our Voices

We at Shema Kolainu - Hear Our Voices, School and Center for Children with Autism would like to open our doors and share our findings about how children on the autism spectrum learn to communicate, socialize and succeed while engaging in daily routine activities and interacting with others.

At SK-HOV we provide comprehensive, research-based educational practices and related therapeutic services to maximize the learning and participation of children (aged 3 to 11 years) with various developmental and neurological disorders.

Our education and training program is designed to inform and enhance the knowledge of participants about autism, related services and behavior analytic techniques used to effectively teach personal, social, and academic skills.

This workshop series was designed in response to parents, teachers, therapists and others who requested to learn how to improve the lives of children with autism spectrum disorders. We encourage teachers, parents and all those interested in learning about effective treatment interventions to attend.

Joshua Weinstein, Ph.D., M.B.A.,
CEO & Founder
Suri Gruen   
Executive Director

Sessions will be led by SK-HOV's Educational Team - Gili Rechany, MA, SBL, BCBA, Educational Director, Elizabeth Diviney, PhD, BCBA, Behavior Consultant Chani Katz, MA, BCBA, Educational Coordinator, Carol Schaffler, SLP - CCC, Speech and Language Pathologist, and Rebecca Volker, SLP - CCC, Speech and Language Pathologist.
Parent training program made possible by
NYC Council Autism Initiative Funding