Autism Treatment Webcasts
Son-Rise Program Teachers Give Families Insight for helping their Children with Autism
View helpful video webcasts put on by our experienced teachers and founders of The Son-Rise Program. Whether you are looking for autism treatment for your child or already running a Son-Rise Program, our teachers can answer your questions. Watch Introductions to The Son-Rise Program or videos on how to introduce new games with your child. A Son-Rise Program Mom and a Son-Rise Program Dad give testimonials on what they did to help recover their children.
We have posted some Autism Treatment Webcasts with Son-Rise Program teachers on our website that are free and available to view by all.
#1) Breakthrough Strategies for Autism Spectrum Disorders by Raun K. Kaufman, First Son-Rise Program Child
Raun K. Kaufman, himself fully recovered from Autism, is the Director of Global Education for the Autism Treatment Center of America. Raun discusses three innovative, outside-the-box techniques of The Son-Rise Program that you can use today to help your child. A great introduction to The Son-Rise Program, these initial strategies will enable you to help your child move beyond stimming (without you stopping or discouraging your child’s behavior), learn new skills (without you having to push or pressure), and, most especially, to form meaningful, caring relationships with others.
1 hour 28 mins
#2) An Introduction to The Son-Rise Program by Barry (Bears) Neil Kaufman and Samahria Lyte Kaufman, Co-Originators of The Son-Rise Program
In this video segment, you will see an introduction to the new video, Autism Solution: Getting Started with The Son-Rise Program. You’ll meet Barry Neil Kaufman and Samahria Lyte Kaufman, the originators of The Son-Rise Program. You’ll also meet Raun K. Kaufman, the original Son-Rise Program child, now fully recovered from Autism and is the Director of Global Education for the Autism Treatment Center of America.
12 mins 45 secs
#3) Contrasting and Comparing The Son-Rise Program with ABA by Raun K. Kaufman
As a parent or professional, have you ever wondered what separates The Son-Rise Program from Applied Behavioral Analysis and similar interventions? Or, are you already implementing a Son-Rise Program but sometimes struggle when explaining the differences to others? In this webcast Raun delivers a fun, feisty and informative breakdown of the factors that distinguish these treatments.
1 hour 30 mins
#4) Principles of The Son-Rise Program with Barry (Bears) Neil Kaufman, Co-Originator of The Son-Rise Program
Barry Neil Kaufman, co-founder of the Autism Treatment Center of America, describes the philosophical principles upon which The Son-Rise Program method of autism treatment is based. Among other things, he explains the philosophy behind not placing limitations on a child’s potential, the value of seeing a child with autism as a blessing, the power of joining a child in his or her behavior, and the importance of attitude in helping children with Autism.
10 mins 17 secs
#5) Creating Games for Your Son-Rise Program – Inspire your child with new activities for the playroom! with Kate Wilde, Director of The Son-Rise Program
The Autism Treatment Center of America™ has produced Creating Games for Your Son-Rise Program® to help you understand how to create specific, fun, easy to develop games for your child on the autism spectrum. Kate Wilde, Director of The Son-Rise Program, gives a delightful explanation of how to recognize and use your child’s unique motivations to create simple, fun games built around your specific social goals for your child based on The Son-Rise Program’s Developmental Model. Kate gives examples of games and recipes for how to create many games to develop social skills, eye contact, flexibility, and more, for all children with autism or Asperger’s syndrome.
#6) High-functioning/Aspergers by William Hogan, Senior Son-Rise Program Teacher
William Hogan, presents practical strategies to help our higher functioning and Aspergers children develop stronger social skills. Your child’s continual discussions of weather patterns or train schedules, or their focus on one activity may have lead to frustration or challenges in the past. In this ninety minute webcast William will show you specific techniques that will enable you to actually use that same “focus” to become closer and more engaged with your child. You will learn how to turn these once socially exclusive behaviors into interactive experiences which will help your child be more flexible and engaged. This webcast will show you how to motivate your child to become involved in new games, conversations and activities with others.
#7) Get Your Child Talking Powerful and highly effective tools to encourage your child to start talking with Kate Wilde, Senior Son-Rise Program Teacher
Are you looking for ways to inspire your child who has limited speech or perhaps hasn’t spoken their first word yet? We invite you to watch a very special webcast designed for parents whose children are nonverbal, only speak up to ten words, or who only have speech-like sounds.
We understand how important it is for you to help your child learn to communicate, to express their needs and build strong relational connections. Learn effective, easy techniques to help your child embrace the power of verbal communication. When applying The Son-Rise Program principles of quick response, words spoken result in action, and celebration, we have witnessed the miracle of hundreds of children speak for the very first time, or increase their vocabularies exponentially. These principles can be applied immediately to begin making a difference in the life of your special child.
#8) A Son-Rise Mom Answers Your Questions
Join us for an idea packed interview with a Son-Rise Program Mom. Kristin Selby Gonzalez has been doing a Son-Rise Program with her son Jaxson for over two years. Raun K. Kaufman invites Kristin to share with all of you some outside-the-box ideas from her own experience that have made her Son-Rise Program successful. Kristin will talk strategies she has used for group meetings, getting volunteers, putting together the playroom, and overcoming challenges. Kristin, a former Teacher, is also a certified Body Ecologist, Certified Listening Program Provider, Educator for Enzymedica (enzyme manufacturer), has received extensive training in sensory integration including the Wilbarger Protocol, the Alerts Program, and has implemented multiple dietary and biomedical interventions (including chelation, anti-fungal treatment, enzyme therapy, probiotic therapy, and supplementation).
#9) Decision Making in the Playroom by Raun K. Kaufman
Whether you are new to The Son-Rise Program or you have recently begun your program, it is invaluable to have a way to decide what direction to take from moment to moment, as you work with your child. One of the many unique characteristics of The Son-Rise Program is its truly child-centered approach. To reach our children in a meaningful way (rather than simply training them to perform behaviors), we must follow our child’s lead and allow them to show us when to join them in their world and when to challenge them to join us in ours. Instead of enforcing some artificially predetermined schedule, we can use our child’s specific signals to guide us.
This can be relatively simple if we have a roadmap – and that’s what this webcast is designed to provide for you.
Learn the basics of The Son-Rise Program ABCs: the Assess → Bond → Challenge roadmap (complete with red lights and green lights)!. Find out the questions (in essence, micro-assessments) that are crucial to be asking throughout your sessions so that you can make clear decisions about what to do. You bring your love, caring, and enthusiasm, and we’ll show you how to translate that into tangible action to enable your child to bond with you and grow in new directions.
1 hour 30 mins
#10) Aggressive Behaviors by William Hogan, Senior Son-Rise Program Teacher
In this webcast William Hogan introduces you to solutions for the behaviors that you may be finding most challenging in your child – hitting, spitting, pinching, scratching, hair pulling and so on. He offers a totally new perspective on these behaviors along with very specific ways to take care of them. The Son-Rise Program viewpoint enables you to understand why your child displays these behaviors and, therefore, makes them so much easier to address. In our work with these magical, special children and their families over the last twenty-five years we have assisted many, many parents through these behaviors – not only helping to remove them altogether, but also teaching their children ways to interact that are warm, loving and highly interactive.
#11) Son-Rise Family Journeys
Parents in the UK describe the personal experience of hope and recovery for their autistic children with The Son-Rise Program. They describe their journeys from withdrawal and isolation in their children, to joining and communication far beyond what they had been advised would be possible for their child. In this intimate look into 4 families’ lives after applying the tools they learned in The Son-Rise Program courses, they describe the incredible transformation of their children and families.