AuSM Skillshops

Based on topics suggested by the Minnesota autism community, AuSM Skillshops are mini-workshops designed for individuals with autism, parents, caregivers, family members, support staff, educators, therapists, and other professionals.

Upon request, AuSM Skillshop participants may receive a certificate of attendance to submit to licensing boards for Continuing Education Unit (CEU) consideration.

AuSM Members receive a certificate for a FREE AuSM Skillshop and save $10 on each AuSM Skillshop registration.

Cost Per AuSM Skillshop/Per Individual Registration
AuSM Member: $15
Non-Member: $25
AuSM Member with ASD or Current Student: $10

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2021-2022 AuSM Skillshops are generously sponsored by Best Care, an AuSM Premier Partner.

 

 

 


Aug. 16, 2022
Learn to Ride a Bike

Presenter: Alex Uhler (Pronouns: he/him)
Date: Tuesday, Aug. 16 from 6-7:30 p.m.
Location: AuSM Office, 2380 Wycliff St. #102, St. Paul, MN 55114

Challenges with body awareness, balance and motor control, and hand-eye coordination can make riding a bike difficult. Learn a number of tips for successful bike riding including purchasing equipment, making bike adjustments, breaking down riding into smaller steps, clothing protection, practice makes perfect pedaling, staying positive and patient, and working toward the sense of independence and accomplishment that your child will experience when learning to ride his or her own bike.

Alex Uhler is an outdoor enthusiast with more than 40 years of bicycling experience.

Note: This AuSM Skillshop is limited to nine children, ages 5-12. Support adult and child attend together. Child should bring a bike and helmet.

THIS CLASS IS FULL. Please contact Maura at mmcdonald@ausm.org to be added to a waitlist.