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Welcome to the Every Child Counts Symposium. This online schedule is being updated daily. Check back for updates to session dates/times and locations. We hope you’ll join us in Anaheim in February. More information on the event can be found here.
Thursday, February 14 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Do It Yourself: Developing Specialized Programs and Services for Students with Autism

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Identifying and meeting the social, learning to learn and academic needs of students with autism can challenge even the most experienced educator. Although all students may share common characteristics, they remain a diverse population requiring highly specialized programs and interventions to ensure access to the curriculum and success in the school environment. This session is for special education professionals who want to learn how to identify and address social skills, learning-to-learn skills and academic deficits for students with autism from pre-school through post-secondary. A comprehensive review of up-to-date legal decisions will provide you with insight into the development and implementation of “next-step” programs and services such as district operated behavioral programming, social communication classes, systematic functional academic and social skills classes. Participants will leave this presentation with cutting edge ideas and programmatic blueprints that they can use right away to start developing programs within their own districts. By utilizing a proactive approach to autism programming, attendees will learn how to ensure that needs of all students, from preschool through post-secondary, are comprehensively and meaningfully addressed.

Speakers
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Angela Falk

Program Coordinator, Las Virgenes Unified School District
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Wes Parsons

Attorney at Law, Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost
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Brandie Rosen

Program Specialist, Las Virgenes Unified School District



Thursday February 14, 2019 8:30am - 10:00am
Elite 1+2