Presented by Jacquelyn Fede, PhD.

Autistic Self‐Advocate, and developmental psychologist, Dr. Jacquelyn Fede will provide a
brief overview of what masking is, what it can look like, why it is done and its implications
for the mental health of autistic people. Tips for minimizing masking will be provided.

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Presented: Beth Clavenna-Deane, Ph.D.

Despite decades of transition efforts fostering career opportunities for students with
disabilities, there continues to be barriers to obtaining integrated employment as adults.
This webinar will provide tools for professionals working with students with disabilities to
improve access for them to integrated employment in high school to bolster attainment of
competitive employment after high school.

Presented by: Mary Schlieder Ed.D.

This webinar will provide an overview of the PEERS for Adults: Social Skills Training.  Particpants will be able to identify social skills deficits among adults; recognize the importance of improving and developing friendships, limitations of existing interventions and research, and an overview of how to get started with the PEERS curriculum for adults.  

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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.

By: Susanna Johnston, Claudia Schulte & Jeanne Smay

 This presentation will focus on making Connections that will assist students to transition successfully into the workforce and life after school.  The presentation will identify the critical skills necessary for transitioning into the world of work.  Presenters will also discuss potential barriers and identify strategies to be successful in the workplace as well as steps for successful career planning/retention. 

Presented by: Amy Gaumer Erickson, Ph.D. Pattie Noonan, Ph.D. This webinar will provide an overview of the College and Career Competency Framework. It will provide information on how to get started exploring outcomes and instructional strategies to teach and provide opportunities for students to practice specific competencies.

Presented by: Michelle Grayson-Feldman, M.S. Ed.

This presentation will discuss how to proivde Sex Education training and prevent Sex Abuse in indivduals with autism and other developmental disabilites.   This webinar will cover how reducing the amount of touch, talk, and trust with our students can actually increase their safety in relationships.

Presented by: Judy Endow, MSW LCSW and Cara Woundy, M.S., OTR

This webinar will provide information on how sensory differences may impact an autistic person throughout their lifetime. Judy will share how often sensory solutions for an indivdual can be considered problematic behaviors instead of recognizing that the individual is problem solving and figuring our their differences.

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