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Tue, Mar 12

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Emory Autism Center Rapid Fire Training: Purposeful and Effective of Inclusion for Students with Autism

In this training, Emory Autism Center staff will present on why inclusion services, when done effectively, provide meaningful opportunities for students with autism spectrum disorder. Topics will include visual schedules, social stories, emotional regulation strategies, peer programming, and more.

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Emory Autism Center Rapid Fire Training: Purposeful and Effective of Inclusion for Students with Autism
Emory Autism Center Rapid Fire Training: Purposeful and Effective of Inclusion for Students with Autism

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Mar 12, 2024, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

Zoom Meeting

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About the event

In this training, Emory Autism Center staff will present on why inclusion services, when done effectively, provide meaningful opportunities for students with autism spectrum disorder to learn and practice needed skills. Often, students are placed in general education settings such as PE, art, music, recess, and lunch with only the support of a paraprofessional. Other strategies must be used in order to make these services effective. Participants will be given practical strategies for supporting students with autism spectrum disorder in general education settings. Topics will include visual schedules, social stories, emotional regulation strategies, peer programming, and more.

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