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Autism Parent Workshop

  • Harry M. Caudill Library (map)

Educators, parents, and administrators are invited and will leave this regional workshop with materials in hand to transform their environment to meet the needs of children and pre-teens with autism. Participants will begin the day looking at the red flags for autism and addressing the needs associated with the triad of characteristics of children and pre-teens with autism. Strategies based in evidence-based practices will be discussed in the context of everyday situations. Join us in this interactive workshop at the beautiful Jenny Wiley State Park.

Topics Include
-Characteristic of Autism
-Behavior Basics
-Evidence Based Practices for Teaching New Skills
-Resources and Where to Turn for Support

Learning objectives
-Participants will recognize the red flags of autism and the triad of characteristics.
-Participants will leave with resources and materials to support children and pre-teens with autism.
-Participants will be exposed to evidence based practices for children and pre-teens with autism and be able to implement 1 of them in their setting.

Registration cost:

$10 per person (lunch is not included)

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