Statewide Speech-Language Pathology Webinar #4: -- Helping Teens and Young Adults on the Autism Spectrum with Social and Communication Skills: Insights and Resources - 32398

The social and communication challenges facing children and young adults on the autism spectrum become more complex during the transition from child to teen to young adult. This workshop is designed to enable speech language pathologists as well as others assisting youth on the spectrum to develop a better understanding of these challenges and to build a stronger repertoire of professional responses. First, after reviewing some of the difficult aspects of the transition years, the presenter will show ways to adapt younger-child social skills teaching strategies for older youth. Next, he will introduce a number of free resources developed for teens and young adults. This session will also address cultural and linguistic aspects of learning differences, provide ideas for adaptations to accommodate specific disabilities, and meet student needs in inclusive settings. This session will satisfy the DEI requirements for maintenance of ASHA certification.

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TSHA CEUs will be provided for attending this webinar in its entirety. Prior to the webinar, you will receive an email with a registration link to join the webinar. Please ensure that your email address in our system is accurate. This webinar will not be recorded as it is a live, virtual training.
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