Here are a few of the comments from the hundreds we have received following our workshops:
"Information about all treatment models was discussed objectively and audience could draw their own conclusion."
"I liked the humour, humility and practicality of the presentation/presenter."
"David, your animation, energy & enthusiasm are inspiring. And you talk REAL. I have so much valuable info to apply in my Centre."
"...the video footage with corresponding explanations were very helpful and encouraging."
"Sensitive and caring, yet very analytical approach to understanding behaviour of children with ASD."
Intro Intervention Workshop
"Most interesting material I've covered in years!"
"Really appreciate the "Humanness" of [R&R] intervention. I found David very entertaining, knowledgeable and passionate..."
"I enjoyed David's humour, intelligence, quick wit, real life experiences and practicality."
"Video examples were very helpful."
"Very cutting edge and innovative ideology."
"Very exciting presentation. This is so relevant to the work I do; it makes so much sense. I'm excited to try it!"
"I liked learning about the social development of young kids and how R&R helps kids with ASD get back on track."
"Information made so much sense in relationship to child development. I can use what I learned to change/improve my skills as an Early Childhood Educator, not only with children with ASD, but all of the children in my care. It's been years since I've been to a workshop that has given me food for thought".
"One of the most useful workshop I've been to in a long time."
"I like that this approach is "right" with my heart, whereas others make me uncomfortable. I like the fact that children with Autism are children first ."
"I like the philosophy and attitude behind R&R. It's a common sense, kid based program that sees results. I loved it!"
"I thought David was frank and honest about how we could change things in the school system to be a greater help to students with ASD".
"Made me re-think how I am working with a couple of my students. The wheels are turning".
"I loved the layout of the binder/handouts and steps to move through from eye gaze to pointing, etc. Very concrete and makes perfect sense".
"R&R...is certainly the closest treatment approach I've seen to dealing with the "quality of life" concerns for children with ASD.