Effective Strategies for Students with Autism


Students with autism often present unique needs associated with social communication deficits and patterns of restricted behavior. Providing educational support may inadvertently lead to prolonged dependency on adult prompting. This session will emphasize promoting student independence. Attendees will learn strategies to decrease students’ dependency on adult prompting; strategies to increase social-communication skills, and strategies to effectively assist in behavior regulation. 

Cost: Free

Contact: Meridith Berry, Ed.D, [email protected], 660-357-6580

Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders - Columbia, MO

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