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Evidence-Based Practices for Students with Autism-Social Communication

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4/19/18
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3:30 PM CDT – 4:30 PM CDT (Time Zone Sensitive)
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Webinars
Presented by Kristine Bretl, M.Ed., BCBA, and Educational Consultant for Autism, Behavior, Technology Supports, Inc. Social Communication deficits are one of the domains used to identify autism spectrum disorders and are a leading difference that students with ASD need support in within a school setting. The evidence-based practices that should be considered and used for students with ASD to support social communication needs will be the focus of this webinar. Looking at the two projects and the interventions that they have identified as EBPs for social communication, participants will be able to recognize which ones to use and how to implement these interventions within a school setting. They will also know how to gain additional information and training on these EBPs so that they can implement social communication interventions within their classrooms and provide training to other school personnel as necessary.
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Evidence-Based Practices for Students with Autism-Social Communication