Presented by: Cara Woudy M.Ed., CAGS

  1. The participants will determine the needs of their students by utilizing the appropriate social skills assessment tools.

  2. The participants will be able to describe strengths and needs of students with emerging social communication skills.

  3. The participants will be able to explain the impact that social skills have on student access to relationships, education, different environments and quality of life.

Presented by: Jamie Lewis, MS OTR/L Nebraska

Social skills instruction should be a critical part of EACH and EVERY day for students with ASD. The curriculum and activities have to be planned and implemented with as much consideration, if not more than math, literacy and every other area.