Successful Outcomes for Students with Autism & Related Disorders

Announcing a Special 1-Day Workshop with Diane Twachtman-Cullen on Successful Outcomes for Students with Autism & Related Disorders which is coming to Calgary, Alberta on April 13th 2011!

Register Today for SUPER Early Bird Rates – End January 31st 2012

Full details:

Achieving Successful Outcomes for Students with Autism and Related Disorders: A Strategic Roadmap for Parents, Teachers and Special Needs Professionals presented by Diane Twachtman-Cullen, Ph.D., CCC-SLP – Editor-in-Chief, Autism Spectrum Quarterly

Register Today for Super Early Bird Rates – End January 31st 2012
Autism Calgary – April 13th 2012 – Parent Super Early Bird – Special $49 – Regular $99
Autism Calgary – April 13th 2012 – Professional Super Early Bird – Special $79 – Regular $129

Calgary, Alberta – Friday, April 13th, 2012

Here are Just a Few of The Benefits of Attending:

  • Essential Elements of Individualized Programming
  • Past Perspectives and Present Practices
  • How to Write Meaningful Goals and Objectives
  • Measuring Student Performance
  • Tools for Assessment and Decision Making
  • Comprehension: The Power that Fuels Expression
  • Critical Thinking: An Essential Life Skill
  • All Things Social
  • Tips for Teaching Skill Development
  • Moving from Theory to Practice

This practical workshop offers a comprehensive “A to Z” plan for addressing the needs of students with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), nonverbal learning disorder (NLD), and ADD/ADHD. The learning-style differences and needs of these students will be defined, and a detailed step-by-step plan for achieving successful outcomes—The Strategic Roadmap for Teaching—will be presented for addressing challenges related to language, behavior, nonverbal communication, social thinking, and organization and planning. This strategic roadmap will include specific information on ways to decrease prompt dependency and facilitate generalization across multiple settings and people, as well as measurable teaching goals and objectives to ensure ease of application of evidence-based strategies in real-world settings.

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