High Functioning ASD (HFA)

Presented by Kate Loving

This webinar presentation will discuss how to identify several types of visual supports to use with secondary students with ASD.   Specific supports to enhance the areas of Social skills, Communication, and Behavior will be covered.  

Presented by Mary Flory and Mary Woodworth
This presentation will focus on the use of visual structure of tasks in order to capitalize on the visual strengths of the learners. The three components of visual structure will be presented: visual instructions, visual organization, and visual clarity.

Presented by: Mary Flory & Mary Woodworth

This presentation will focus on the relationship between work systems and routines, the importance of teaching routines to help make the environment more meaningful, and support the development of strategies as a foundation for independence in all students. 

Presented by Mary Woodworth

Visual Schedules and Work Systems are the next two steps in learning about the Elements of Structured Teaching. Each of these elements has key skills associated with them for the student to master, and a specific means for teachers to assess and individualize them for their students.

This presentation will discuss the culture of autism and the TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication Handicapped Children) approach to instruction, which was developed by Eric Schopler in the late 1970s.

Presented by Katie Wells

This webinar will provide an overview of the following:

  • Identify barriers to engagement
  • Awareness of how engagement and participation looks for children with Autism
  • Review of research based strategies
  • Application and use of Learning Guidelines
  • Strategies for planning increase engagement

Following the webinar click here to receive a certificate of attendance.  

Presented by Mary Woodworth, Ed.S & Kate Loving M.Ed., BCBA

In this webinar the presentors will cover the follloiwng: