Speech Webinar Series #5: Engaging Children with ASD in Social Communication- Part 1 - 24465
Most of us are thoroughly trained academically and well-versed in theory, but we all know what it is like to run out of engaging ideas to use with your clients. These two 3-hour webinars endeavor to reinforce professional practice repertoires with 30 ready to use lessons, activities, and games that can be immediately downloaded and put into use. Participants will be shown how to access Joel's website, AutismTeachingStratgies.com and to download and use dozens of free printout games, activities, worksheets, slide presentations and lessons on the topics of conversations, relationships, and emotional regulation. In both webinars, Joel will clearly explain free materials, and with abundant pictures, he will show how to use them. The featured resources are for children with high functioning autism ages 6 to 16.
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Speech Therapists, Teacher - Special Education
2.5 TSHA CEU's pending approval. LIVE Webinar - this session will not be recorded. You must have speakers or headphones for your computer to view the webinar. You do not need a microphone or web camera. Prior to the webinar, you will receive an email with a link to join the webinar. If you register within 48 hours of the webinar, please contact Katie Adams to receive the registration email. Webinar Questions: Katie Adams email@example.com or Angie Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org
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