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.
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Presented by: Marc Ellison, Ed.D., Raven Witzigreuter, & Terri Swanson, Ph.D.
Participants of this webinar will learn the following: The differences in expectations of students in high school vs. post-secondary education programs. The types of supports post-secondary students with ASD may benefit from and information about the Marshall University's college program for students with ASD.
Susan Hepburn, PhD
This webinar will focus on the unique challenges when conducting evaluations for serious emotional disability (SED) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Specific aspects of the evaluation process can help to inform whether SED or ASD is most appropriate for a student. Research from educational and clinical sources can provide helpful clues about which behaviors are more likely to correspond with each category.
Unstuck and On Target: Helping Students with Planning, Organization and Flexible Thinking: Part 3 Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Educational Identification of Autism Spectrum Disorders: the Law and Eligibility in the Schools Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Unstuck and On Target: Helping Students with Planning, Organization and Flexible Thinking: Part 2 Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Unstuck and On Target: Helping Students with Planning, Organization and Flexible Thinking: Part 1 Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders: For individuals with average to above average cognition and verbal skills Monday, October 8, 2018
Motivating Learner Participation with The 7 Steps to Earning Instructional Control (Part 1 of 3) Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Presented by: Robert Schramm, MA, BCBA
Earning instructional control is the most important aspect of any intervention or
learning relationship. Instructional control is what motivates the learner to listen to you, to
develop new skills through instruction, and to do what you ask of them. Essentially,
instructional control is about developing a positive working relationship.