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Changing how people think and talk about challenging behavior can be effective towards positive behavior change.
Simple ways educators can work to build positive family relationships - specifically being aware of the language they use.
Why is instruction on safety important, even for adolescents with autism?
Why are people uncomfortable with the subject of sexuality as it relates to individuals with disabilities? Why must we overcome it?
How can issues of sexuality impact the lives of students with autism and other developmental disabilities?
Finding and maintaining jobs from an individual with autism.
Describes effective professional development for educators.
The importance of fidelity of implementation and data collection for educators.
The importance of work regardless of disability or the severity of that disability.
How educators can bring up the topic of planning for the future to families.
Important information for parents as they consider what kind of adult decision-maker their child will be.
Ensuring fidelity in implementing skills learned through professional development or other trainings.
Consideration of non-negotiables for students with disabilities in the educational setting.
How large groups of professionals can come together to effectively support one student.
The benefits of the Medicaid Waiver Program for families, and how school professionals can help families ensure they are on the waiting list.
The importance of building and developing relationships between educators and parents.
Parents and educators need to understand SSI and Medicaid to support transition.