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Becoming an Informed Supporter: What You Should Know About Autism

ODP Announcement 19-067 announces that registration is open for a series of webinars emphasizing application of the resources, tools, and tips presented at the 2019 ASD Seminar Becoming an Informed Supporter: What You Should Know About Autism. This webinar series will further explain these tools, strategies, and resources, as well as provide examples with an emphasis on application to enhance the support provided to individuals.

This webinar series is an extension for those who attended the 2019 ASD Seminar and an opportunity for those that could not attend to obtain this information. The following areas were presented during the 2019 ASD Seminar: Social Skills, Challenging Behavior & Mental Health, Employment, Family Systems, Community Engagement, and Communication.

Please register for the webinar(s) you plan to attend following the registration links provided:

Date Time Topic Registration Link
6/21/19 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Family Register Here
6/24/19 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Behavior and Mental Health Register Here
6/25/19 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Community Engagement Register Here
6/26/19 10:00 am – 11:00 am Social Skills Register Here
6/28/19 10:00 am – 11:00 am Employment Register Here
6/28/19 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Communication Register Here

For questions about the webinars, submit via email.

ODP Announcement 19-068 announces the availability of more sessions of two-day Person-Centered Thinking Training and provides registration information. This is a professional development opportunity. Training begins at 9:00 am and ends at 4:00 pm; you must attend both days in order to complete the training and receive a certificate of attendance.

This interactive, two-day training serves as a foundation for everyone involved in supporting people with significant disabilities. During this training, participants will have the opportunity to develop their skills by completing a series of guided exercises. Participants will practice utilizing person-centered thinking resources and techniques. Information gathered using these skills can help teams develop meaningful Individual Support Plans that help people with disabilities achieve an Everyday Life.

Please see the announcement for the 2019–2020 Training Dates and Locations. Pre-registration is required. To register online, use this link. If you have any questions about this training opportunity, please submit via email.