1-Day Teaching PLAY Workshop in Chillicothe

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1-Day Teaching PLAY Workshop


Friday, March 29, 2019  •  9:00am – 3:30pm

*Cost: Free to Early Childhood Providers in the SOCOG (Ross, Pike, Scioto, Pickaway, Adams, Brown, Clinton, Highland, Athens, Vinton, Jackson, Lawrence, Meigs, Fayette, and Gallia)

  * Cost for attendees outside of these counties: $40 (limited seats available)
* Workshop fee is non-refundable   * includes materials and meal
* To pay by purchase order, contact Patricia Klier via email or call (614) 253-6933 x232

This one-day workshop offers an overview of Teaching PLAY in the classroom. Attendees will learn the tenets of the PLAY Project autism intervention, the value of this evidence-based practice, and the research supporting PLAY Project. They will also learn strategies and techniques that can be implemented with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays or those who are hard-to-engage.

Anyone who interacts with young children, such as: special and general educators, teacher assistants, caregivers, administrators and support staff.


  • Define the components of a child’s profile including: Comfort Zone, Sensory-Motor Profile and 6 Greenspan Functional Emotional Developmental Levels (FDL).
  • Describe the role that teachers, caregivers and educators play in the provision of intensive intervention for young children with developmental challenges.
  • List possible applications of the PLAY Project in the classroom through Teaching PLAY as a way to provide a supportive educational program for all children, including those with autism and other developmental needs.

* To pay by purchase order, contact Patricia Klier via email or by calling (614) 253-6933 x232.

Date, Time and Venue
  • March 29, 2019
  • 9:00 am to 3:30 pm
  • Ross County Educational Service Center

    475 Western Avenue,

    Chillicothe, OH, 45601

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PLAY Project Center
Founded in 1945, The Childhood League Center is a leader in early childhood education, interventions and specialized preschool services. In 2016, The Childhood League Center became the nation’s first PLAY Project Center.