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Tri-State Webinar: Be More with Core

Description: Core vocabulary is a research and evidence-based approach to supporting language. This presentation is guaranteed to get you excited about using core vocabulary to support your students with complex communication needs. The webinar will begin with a brief overview of core vocabula...

Updated on

June 19, 2020

Topic

Instruction, Technology/Assistive Technology, Universal Design for Learning, Specially Designed Instruction, Reading

Age

All Ages

Tri-State Webinar: Pivotal Response Treatment: Overview: Part 1 of 2

Description This webinar provides an overview of Pivotal Response Treatment® (PRT).  PRT is a research-based intervention for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). PRT® is a naturalistic intervention model derived from Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).  PRT® targets pivotal areas of...

Updated on

October 02, 2020

Topic

Autism

Age

All Ages

Tri-State Webinar: Pivotal Response Treatment: Improving Academics in Children with Autism using PRT: Part 2 of 2

Description: This webinar provides an overview of Pivotal Response Treatment® (PRT).  PRT is a research-based intervention for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). PRT® is a naturalistic intervention model derived from Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).  PRT® targets pivotal areas o...

Updated on

October 02, 2020

Topic

Autism

Age

All Ages

The Role of Communication

In this short video, a Kansas speech and lanugage pathologist provides valuable insight regarding social competence and communication.  

Updated on

October 02, 2020

Topic

Autism, Social, Emotional & Character Development

Age

Elementary (K − 6), High School (9 − 12), Middle School (6 − 9)

Tri-State Webinar: Transition: It’s Never Too Early to Start: Transition Planning Across the Grade Levels

Description: There is a stronger demand than ever to provide functional and “real world” skills to students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other disabilities. Although official transition planning usually begins in high school, outcome studies reveal the need for this planning to beg...

Updated on

October 02, 2020

Topic

Autism, Secondary Transition

Age

Early Childhood (Birth − K), Elementary (K − 6), High School (9 − 12), Middle School (6 − 9), All Ages