The Korean Association of Independent Living Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities (KINDD) is a non-profit membership association established for professionals, care providers, therapists, and families to promote understanding of and services for individuals who have developmental disabilities.
KINDD is to support independent living of individuals with developmental disabilities through the promotion of excellence based on scientific research, practice, professional training, and related service resources. Specially KINDD emphasizes on professional training that meets the goal of supporting "blooming their goal of life in this planet".
KINDD professionals was formed in 2010 by Lotus Flowers Foundation staff as the result of a recognized need by the professionals in the field of and the families of individuals with developmental disabilities to establish a strong resource for research, educational practice, professional training, networking, and practical resources of independent living for the individuals. Our core value are the Very Human First and the Practical Services. The Very Human First.
KINDD believes that all individuals with developmental disabilities have precious goals in life, strengths, abilities, and inherent values. Of course they are equal to all the members in the community before the law and the right. They are our colleagues, friends, and family members in the planet. Therefore, in any cases, dignity and respect should come for the very human, in any of places in this planet. From the connection among people in working with each other, we all involved (the individuals with DD, the service providers, the community, and the families) have mutual benefits of having a precious chance to recognize and aware of each human's missions in the life and the unity in the planet.
* Yoon Hee Lee, Play Therapist, Behavior Therapist, firstname.lastname@example.org
(the Korean Association of Independent Living Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities)
754-45, Shinjeong 4-dong, Namgu, Ulsan, Korea 680-014
Email : email@example.com (Dr. Jeongil Kim)
Phone : 82-10-3637-0267
Fax : 82-52-258-5097
Certificate in Autism & Rehabilitative Play & Art Therapy
The professional development certificates in 'autism & play-art therapy' (qualified play-art therapist for children with autism, and certificate in autism) is offered by the Korean Association of Independent Living Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities in cooperation with professionals nationwide in Korea and Lotus Flowers Commune for Autism. With this interdisciplinary certificate program you can acquire advanced training in the area of autism spectrum disorders and play-art therapeutic application.
Through this certificate program you will :
▶acquire advanced training in the area of autism spectrum disorders and play-art therapy
▶study with your peers without taking time away from work to attend classes as it is on-line
▶network with colleagues across in Korea, Asian countries, and abroad
▶the online certificate program in autism is taught by the same nationally recognized faculty
The course is designed for anyone with experience of children or adolescents, who either works or intends to work therapeutically with them including:
▶Counsellors, psychotherapists, Primary School Teachers and/or Assistants, Nurses, Nursery School Teachers and/or Assistants, Social Workers, Play School Teachers and/or Assistants, Care Home Staff, Adoption/Foster Agency Workers
Prerequisite courses (12 credits, 3 credits for each course)
SPED-1. Intervention Foundations for Students with ASD
SPED-2. Learning & Behavior Theories and Practices
ARPL-1. Biological Foundations for Art and Play Activities for Students
ARPL-2. Quantum Theory, Art-Play, & Human Development
◆ Core courses (15 credits, 3 credits for each course)
SPED-3. Learning Environments for Students with ASD
CSD-1. Communication Assessment and Interventions for Students with ASD
SAD-1. Social Skill Assessment and Interventions for Students with ASD
ARPL-3. Psychotherapeutic Theories & Practices for Students with ASD
ARPL-4. Case Management for Students with ASD
◆ Admission Requirements
To be admitted to the Certificate program, applicants must:
◎ Have completed a baccalaureate degree in the related majors
◎ Have field experience in education, therapy, or related areas
◎ Apply for admission to the Certificate Program through on-line
◎ Submit a non-refundable application fee of $30
◎ Submit an official undergraduate transcript(s)
◎ Provide a one to two paragraph statement of interest in the program and your objectives in pursuing a certificate in autism
◎ Students accepted into the program will be notified to schedule an admission interview with the faculty
◆ Any Questions?
You may contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
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