Workshops for Family Support Groups

The KATC staff provides 1 to 1.5 hour workshops on autism and related topics, as part of an ongoing effort to improve services for those affected with ASD in Kentucky. Autism related support groups and other family groups across Kentucky can access these workshops FREE of charge. Although we have a list of suggested topics below, we encourage family groups to work in collaboration with our trainers to design a presentation to meet your support group's needs.

The purpose of this form is to schedule a 1 to 1.5 hour workshop for a family group. We expect that the audience for this workshop will be comprised predominately of parents and family members of individuals with ASD. If your group is primarily comprised of professionals please complete the "Workshops for Professionals and the Community" form.

Due to the volume of presentations provided by KATC staff across the state, we require that this request form be received by KATC at least 8 weeks prior to the planned presentation date.

Continuing Education Units (CEU's) will not be provided. We look forward to working with you. Thank you!

Below is a list of suggested topics:

  • Behavior Basics at Home
  • Addressing the Needs of Siblings of Individuals with ASD Community Inclusion
  • Building the Family Team: Bringing in the Extended Family
  • Parents as Partners with Teachers
  • "You Make and Take it Home"
  • Show Me the Money: Navigating Funding Sources Implementing Visual Supports in the Home Transition to Adulthood
  • Coping with Stress
  • Puberty
Contact Information
Presentation Information
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List 3 outcomes participants would like to gain
Are participants paying a registration fee?  

Will the following equipment be available for our trainers to use during the presentation? Check all that apply. The Kentucky Autism Training Center will bring a laptop to all events.  

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation must be made at least 7 days prior to the event.

Video/Audio Taping

Videotaping and voice recording prohibited unless other arrangements have been made with the Kentucky Autism Training Center.