Trainings and Presentations
It is the mission of this practice to support individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities and their families. We do this by supporting individuals and their families and by advocating for people with disabilities to the larger society. We advocate by providing trainings and presentations on a wide variety of topics to a wide variety of people and organizations.
We design trainings for public and private schools, higher education, employers, law enforcement, government agencies, non-profit groups, community groups, churches, daycares and health care providers to address the specific needs and interests of your organization.
Some of the more popular topics for trainings and presentations include the following:
- What is autism spectrum disorder?
- Inclusion, what does it mean and how do we do it?
- How do I support an employee with ASD?
- What does state and federal law say about providing people with autism work and school accommodations?
- Positive behavior support, what is it and how do we do it?
- What is typical and atypical child development?
- How do I support my student who has an autism spectrum disorder?
- How can I build capacity in my school or business to support people with autism?
- What is sensory processing and what is a sensory processing disorder?
- How do social skills develop?
If you are interested in planning a training or presentation for your group, business, school or organization please contact me and we will work together to create the best and most effective event possible for helping your people learn more about ASD and how they can be more accepting and accommodating to people with developmental differences.