The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin is proud to present the First Annual Autism Summer Symposium on Evidence Based Practices.
Register online at http://tinyurl.com/autism-symposium11
Who is this symposium designed for? This symposium is designed for individuals who want to understand and support the growth, development and learning of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. This includes: special and general education teachers, birth to three staff, therapists, childcare workers, job coaches, family members and others interested in learning more about evidence based practices in the area of Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Schedule and Curriculum CTED 715 (3 optional credits)Evidence Based Practices 8:30am-4:30pm, Mon.- Wed., June 27-June 29, 2011, Develop competencies in evidence based practices and learn to evaluate, identify needs, develop goals, design interventions, monitor effectiveness and adjust programming for individuals with Autism.
Tuition $300 course fee3 optional graduate credits at a cost of $105 per credit School Districts: To encourage teams to attend, If you send 2 participants to the course You can send a 3rd participant free of charge.
Class Location Nicolet High School 6701 N Jean Nicolet Rd, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Instructors Lynn Stansberry Brusnahan, Ph.D. is a faculty member at University of St. Thomas. Dr. Brusnahan serves on the Autism Society of America Board and parents a young adult with autism. Mary J. Graczyk McMullen, M.S., is a highly regarded consultant/workshop leader in autism for school personnel, community agencies, professional and national organizations. She has been involved in the autism community for over 30 years.