Presented by Mandi Rickelman, MA, Director of Early Childhood Services and Co-Director of Welcoming Spaces Program, Monarch Center for Autism, Bellefaire JCB
Presented by Melissa (Missy) McClain, Community Education Program Coordinator, Akron Children’s Hospital
Presented by Alicia Balfrey, Autism Training Specialist, STAR Autism Support
Presented by Rachel Upp, B.A., Behavior Specialist at Bellefaire JCB, Monarch Center for Autism; and Judy Borgen, M.Ed., BCBA, COBA, Behavior Analyst at Bellefaire JCB, Monarch Center for Autism
Presented by Heidi Pitlor, Coordinator of Distance Learning, Monarch Center for Autism
While most educators and students are returning to the familiar classrooms left abruptly in March, teaching this upcoming year will be anything but business as usual. According to Aimee Dearmon, Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), in a recent edWebinar sponsored by STAR Autism Support, the disruption of routines, schedules, classroom layouts, and necessary social distancing protocols will be very difficult for our most vulnerable students with autism and other developmental disabilities.
In this edWebinar, Aimee Dearmon, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCBA, will discuss the challenges associated with social distancing in school buildings and in classrooms and how to navigate the new guidelines for students with autism and other developmental disabilities.
This edWebinar will discuss strategies to help early learners with autism engage with synchronous remote instruction through evidence-based practices.
In this edWebinar, we will discuss how to support synchronous remote learning for students with autism and other developmental disabilities through evidenced-based practices.
This edWebinar will teach you about the different types of schedules and when to use each of them. Moreover, it will teach you how to create and implement schedules that your students with autism will follow.