Navigating the Sea of Autism and Adolescence/
Every day Strategies for Every day Autism
Workshop Title

Every day Strategies for Every day Autism

Date October 16, 2018

School Administrators, General and Special Education Teachers, Speech and Language Pathologists, School Social Workers, School Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Special Education Coordinators

Workshop Description

The challenges of supporting a child with ASD are many, and the amount of research and interventions currently available can be overwhelming. This presentation focuses on what everyone--parents, teachers, extended family, support personnel--can do each day to ensure success for the child and for all involved. This presentation is full of humor, reality, and practical ideas.

Objectives: 1. Participants will explore key strategies for assisting a person with autism in the school and community environments. 2. Participants will increase understanding of characteristics and their connection to outward behavior. 3. Participants will increase knowledge of specific social skills to teach individuals with autism.  


Alyson Beytien

CPDU's 3 PDUs or Social Work CEUs available per session
Registration Fee

Free to NWSE Districts/$20 for all non-NWSE participants, mail payment to: NWSE 310 N. West Street Elizabeth, IL 61028 (please note the name of participant on the check)


The Galena Territory Owner’s Club – Social Hall-A, 605 Territory Drive, Galena, IL 61036

Time Session 2: 12:30-3:30
Registration Link
Misc Notes

There is a Session 1, which is 8:30-11:30, therefore, a networking lunch is provided to all participants attending both sessions.

Questions? Call Christina Edler, NWSE Supervisor 815-821-2064 or

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