ASD Identification within Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Bryn Harris, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Colorado Denver
Communication: A Vital Tool to Student Success Part 2 Collecting Mand Data Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Presented by Meggin Funk, M.S. Ed., BCBA and Ashley Meyer, M.Ed., BCBA
Kristin Hanson-Hofmann, Ed.S This webinar will review topics to be considered by leaders of programs educating students who have an Autism Spectrum Disability. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the components of the Colorado Department of Education’s Autism Quality Indicators; family Involvement, transition and behavior supports(at all ages).
Rhonda Danner, MS Ed, and Alissa Mullett, MA, CCC‐SLP This webinar will help participants understand the triad of characteristics present in Autism Spectrum Disorder, how these characteristics may affect students in the school setting, and the basic strategies used to develop communication, social, and behavioral skill sets in students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Ruth Aspy, PhD Describe the goals to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique need and prepare them for further education, employment, and independent living.
Melinda Henson, MS Ed, BCBA, Toileting successfully is a skill that has a significant and long-term impact on an individual’s quality of life outcome. By actively teaching toileting skills, we can have an immediate impact on levels of independence at home and school; increase opportunities for social & group acceptance; widen options for work and school that may not otherwise be possible; and decrease frustration and the risk of abuse as they become adults. Interventions presented will focus on how to identify and implement the most appropriate toilet training strategy for your child/student.
Unstuck and On Target: Helping Students with Planning, Organization and Flexible Thinking: Part 3 Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Laura Anthony, PhD This webinar will review the final components of how to teach EF skills; and a review of how we know that Unstuck and On Target works. The presenter will review additional resources, – and the new online parent training program – What’s next for Unstuck.
Educational Identification of Autism Spectrum Disorders: the Law and Eligibility in the Schools Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Ruth Aspy, PhD The Law and Eligibility: Overview -Legal Foundations: Special Education & the Law -Autism Spectrum Disorder Defined -Tiers of Eligibility for Services ‐ Educational Need -Debacles – Breaking the Law -Eligibility Vs. Diagnosis -“High Cognition”‐ Gifted and the Law -Girls with ASD and the Law -Primacy and the Law.
Unstuck and On Target: Helping Students with Planning, Organization and Flexible Thinking: Part 1 Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Laura Anthony, PhD Increase your understanding of how to identify and teach executive functioning skills and accommodate executive functioning weaknesses.
Presented by: Torri Smith Tejral MS, BCBA, LIMHP Getting out the door difficult? Struggling to manage mealtime? Come learn about evidenced based strategies to support these difficult times. Interventions presented will focus on how to facilitate a behavior change. The session will cover strategies to structure for success and how reinforcement can support a long-lasting change in behavior.