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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
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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
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? Food Allergies and Chronic Health Conditions: Meeting Students' Needs From the 504 Perspective
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(2017) 38th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 4 - Students With Mental Health Issues: What Are Schools Required to Do? Food Allergies and Chronic Health Conditions: Meeting Students' Needs From the 504 Perspective
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. 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.
   
 
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