Teaching Independence to Children with Autism

When Jan 26, 2018
from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Where Webinar
Contact Name
Contact Phone (502)852-2467
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What is Independence for children with autism & how do we achieve that?

We know that Independence for students & children with autism can look like very different things from person to person.  We also know that to have independence of any level as an adult does not happen by accident. It takes careful planning on the part of parents & school teams to help students achieve independence. Planning for Independence should start for a child as a toddler & will continue into adulthood but it’s never too late to begin the journey for independence.  Join this webinar to look at the road to independence


Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will leave with an understanding of evidenced based practices that can be used to promote independence
  2. Participants will leave with knowledge of skills that will promote independence in children with autism.
  3. Participants will leave with a list of resources to get started on teaching independence skills. 


Presented by: Kim Howard, M.Ed., KATC Field Trainer


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