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(2015) 36th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 4 - Serving the Needs of Students With High-Functioning Autism: Best Practices and Defensible Programs (2016) 37th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 4 - Increasing Post-High School Employment for Students With Autism: The Social Skills That Managers Seek and How to Teach Them
Price: $145.00
Price: $125.00
Serving the needs of students with high-functioning autism can be challenging and sometimes contentious. Schools must assume an increasing role in preparing students with Autism Spectrum Disorders for a variety of work settings.
(2017) 38th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 4 - Students With Mental Health Issues: What Are Schools Required to Do? Autism and the Law: What Cases Tell Us About Programming and Services
Price: $125.00
Price: $250.00
Attorney Julie Weatherly provides an in-depth look at schools’ legal obligations when presented with a student who is displaying emotional, behavioral, social and/or academic difficulties and who, as a result, may be suspected of having mental health issues that could constitute a disability. The provision of appropriate educational services to students with autism has been the most frequently litigated IDEA issue in the past decade -- and likely into the future.
Autism Methodology and the IEP Team: Strategies to Meet Students' Needs and IDEA Requirements Behavioral Interventions that Work for Students Across the Autism Spectrum
Price: $250.00
Price: $240.00
Autism methodology is perhaps the hottest area of litigation between parents of students with autism and school districts, and it comes down to this: Your IEP team needs to make balanced methodology decisions based on student need, legal requirements and the best practical compliance strategies. Students on the autism spectrum who engage in problematic behaviors present a significant challenge to schools and family members.
Beyond the Classroom: Post-Secondary Transition Planning for Students With Autism Food Allergies and Chronic Health Conditions: Meeting Students’ Needs From the 504 Perspective
Price: $250.00
Price: $250.00
With a new focus on career development, personal competence and life satisfaction, the outcomes of the transition process are being redefined beyond simple job placement. When creating Section 504 plans for students with food allergies or other chronic health conditions, special educators must be aware of all their legal compliance responsibilities.
LRE and the Student With Autism: Strategies for Targeting Essential Social Skills in the General Classroom Postsecondary Transition Strategies for Students With Asperger Syndrome
Price: $245.00
Price: $250.00
Districts are striving to comply with the IDEA's least restrictive environment requirements and want success for all students. School districts are legally obligated to prepare students with Asperger syndrome for life after high school.
Practical and Compliant Autism Programming: Evidence-Based Strategies for Both Roles and Responsibilities for BCBAs in Schools: When They’re Needed, How to Use Them
Price: $250.00
Price: $250.00
National autism expert Cathy Pratt and school attorney Susan Traynor Chastain discuss developing autism programming that incorporates evidence-based practices and passes legal muster. Now that insurance companies have agreed to pay for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) provided by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), demand for these services will only continue to grow — and school leaders must get ahead of this issue and be proactive in addressing parent concerns.
   
 
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