Autism Tennessee’s fall conference, Strategies for Success, will provide practical ways to support learning and emotional growth for all students, including those on the autism spectrum, allowing for increased independence. The conference will have three breakout sessions that are divided into ability/age (early childhood, elementary, secondary). These include Behavior (functions of behavior and behavior interventions, including modeling, prompting, token boards, incentives, ABC model, replacement behavior, de-escalation), Antecedents (schedules, technology, task modification, including visuals, practical tips, classroom applications and accommodations), and Self-Regulation (calming strategies, environmental factors, proprioceptive and vestibular input, planning and organizing, self-monitoring, co-regulation support).
Attendees who will benefit from this conference include educators, administrators, and support staff, speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, and caregivers. Group registration of 8+ are just $60/person. American Speech–Language–Hearing Association (ASHA) Continuing Education Units of .55 will be offered for this conference for an additional $25/person.
To register or for further information on content and a list of presenters, go to autismtn.org/education/fall conference.