Presented by Brenda Smith Myles Ph.D.

This webinar includes tips for families and individuals during Covid-19.  Gain great ideas and strategies on how to incorporate the following in the daily routine: structure, schedules, activities, mindfulness and patience, sleep routines and more. 

To receive a certificate of attendance, click here and answer the study questions for this webinar.

Presented by: Susan Hepburn, PhD 

The goal of this webinar is to present a case study that illustrates some of the challenges and outcomes of differential identification. 

The Learner will analyze a case study AND 

Presented by Lindsey Nebeker

This webinar will focus on how we can identify effective approaches for those involved in the person’s everyday life (family members, educators, coworkers, etc.) and effective approaches for the person to apply to their own self-care.

Neurodiversity and Mental Health Resources 

This training will provide information on ways teachers and others can gain strategies for effectively communicating with paraprofessionals; Develop techniques for structuring and organizing the school day for para and student success; and Learn strategies for coaching and providing feedback to their staff in a way that leads to improved outcomes for students.
Meggin Funk, M.S.Ed., CCC-SLP, BCBA and Ashley Meyer, M.Ed., BCBA Participants will gain an understanding of 11 procedural proactive strategies. This webinar will help participants identify the degree to which each strategy is currently being utilized in your setting / with your student(s) and evelop a plan for how to increase appropriate behavior and decrease problematic behavior through the consistent use of these strategies.
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).
Meggin Funk, M.S.Ed., CCC-SLP and Ashley Meyer, M.Ed., BCBA With the national average of students spending over 1,000 hours each school year with their teachers, it is crucial that we understand the importance of positive interactions. A Review of Educational Research analysis of 46 studies found that strong teacher-student relationships were associated in both the short- and long-term with improvements on practically every measure schools care about: higher student academic engagement, attendance, grades, fewer disruptive behaviors and suspensions, and lower school dropout rates (Education Week, 2019).

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