Webinar 4 – Promoting and Maintaining Participation in Fundamental Movement Skill Programmes for Autistic Individuals

This webinar explores assessment for Fundamental Movement Skill selection, intervention and programme planning, the autism-Fundamental Movement Skill support kit and maximising Fundamental Movement Skill acquisition. Book via www.mayoeducationcentre.ie or follow the link: https://www.mayoeducationcentre.ie/cpd-courses/primary-courses/249-autism-spectrum-disorder-asd-fundamental-movement-skills-fms-get-autism-active.html

Webinar 3 – Exploring Autism and Fundamental Movement Skill Research

This webinar explores research studies that confirm the presence of motor impairment, motor skill intervention studies and comparative studies of physical activity levels among children with and without autism. Book via www.mayoeducationcentre.ie or follow the link: https://www.mayoeducationcentre.ie/cpd-courses/primary-courses/249-autism-spectrum-disorder-asd-fundamental-movement-skills-fms-get-autism-active.html

Webinar 2 – Introduction to Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS)

This webinar explores what Fundamental Movement Skills are, their importance, key observation points, programme planning, use of demonstration and feedback, closed and open motor skills and explores domains of learning and assessment. Book via www.mayoeducationcentre.ie or follow the link: https://www.mayoeducationcentre.ie/cpd-courses/primary-courses/249-autism-spectrum-disorder-asd-fundamental-movement-skills-fms-get-autism-active.html

Webinar 1 – Introduction to Autism

This webinar explores diagnostic criteria, reframing our concept of autism and includes strategies to support social development, motor mannerisms, sensory issues, anxiety and behaviours. Book via www.Mayoeducationcentre.ie or follow the link: https://www.mayoeducationcentre.ie/cpd-courses/primary-courses/249-autism-spectrum-disorder-asd-fundamental-movement-skills-fms-get-autism-active.html

Get Autism Active Resource Kit

How to use this Programme The programme consists of 19 movement skills which can be learnt in any order.  There is also a video of a stretching routine which should be practiced before and after  each session.  Stretches are particularly chosen because of their proprioceptive/grounding input effective for individuals with autism.  The ideal routine for…