Want a fun way to celebrate Autism Awareness Month?! Get excited for 4 nights of fun and functional activities for students with Autism. We have 2 SLPs and 2 Special Ed teachers and all four webinars are designed for both audiences! We will be going live April 3-6!
Every night the presenter will broadcast live on our webinar platform. You will be able to ask questions and enter to win giveaways! Exclusive freebies too!
You will have access to the video replays throughout the month of April! So don't worry about it if you miss the live event!
Want a certificate of completion so you can use it for professional development of CMH (clinical maintenance hours)?! We got you covered! You will receive a certificate of completion for each of the 4 individual webinars = 4 hours!
What can you expect?!
Monday, April 3rd @ 8pm EST: Hallie from Speech Time Fun will be sharing Functional Life Skill Activities For Older Students. Hallie will be sharing activities that will help prepare older students with Autism for going out into the community (such as going to the grocery store, post office, library, and more!). Activities shared will be fun, functional, low prep, and easy to implement the very next day!
Tuesday, April 4th @ 8pm EST: Michaela from Especially Education will be discussing Hands On Social Skills Activities. Are you looking for engaging, hands-on activities to promote social skills, independence, and self-confidence in the special education classroom? This webinar is perfect for special education teachers and SLPs working with special education students in the classroom and have social skills goals.
Wednesday, April 5th @ 8pm EST: Felice from The Dabbling Speechie will be sharing Functional Communication Ideas for Students with Autism: Ideas for SLP's and SPED teachers to implement in the classroom. Looking for functional ideas to support your students social skill development? This webinar provides ideas and resources on how SLP's and special education teachers can work together to build daily practice of social skills in the classroom environment. Most of the ideas in this presentation are designed for upper elementary and middle school aged students.
Thursday, April 6th @ 8pm EST: Erin from You Auta-Know: Collaborating With Service Providers: building an activity matrix to promote generalization. Erin from You AUT-a Know will be sharing how to easily collaborate with service providers. She will be sharing how one simple document can change and shape the way your students work on IEP goals all day long.
Your favorite and fun SLP and Special Ed bloggers/TpT sellers are teaming up to bring you 4 days of fun and functional activities to use with your students with Autism.
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