After careful consideration regarding the health and safety of our attendees, employees, and guest speakers, and amid concerns regarding COVID-19, we feel it is the responsible decision to provide this year’s content via digital platform.
The webinar series will include discussions on: video modeling to improve communication, fact based sex ed, precision teaching strategies, sexuality, dating and self-determination. Please scroll down for a complete lineup with dates.
As a service to our community, we will present our webinars to the public free of charge! CEU’s through GSU will be available for purchase. Registration is Opening Soon
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The Savannah AUTISM Conference Webinar Series |
Wednesday, March 3, 2021: The Value of Factbased, Sexual Education for Young Adults with Disabilities | Kayla Rodriguez and Spenser Norris
The current state of sexual education and the need for students with disabilities to have access to comprehensive, fact-based sexual education.
Wednesday, March 10, 2021: Dating, Relationships, and Sex on the Autism Spectrum | Kayla Rodriguez and Spenser Norris
Open discussion on sexual self determination, dating and healthy sexual relationships for adults on the spectrum.
Wednesday March 24, 2021: The Uncomfortable, Taboo and Awkward: Staying Person-Centered and Growth Oriented | Sarah Champ and Sara Morgan Sarah Champ presents a simple framework for ethically and respectfully approaching taboo situations—using concrete strategies for working with students and their families.
Wednesday, April 7, 2021: Precision Teaching Part 1 | Dr Andrew Bulla Identifies and addresses foundational learning components necessary for positive future impact.
Wednesday, April 14, 2021: Precision Teaching Part 2 | Dr Andrew Bulla Identifies and addresses foundational learning components necessary for positive future impact.
Wednesday, April 21, 2021: Press Play! Using Video Modeling to Teach Daily Living Skills to Individuals with Autism | Dr. Jennifer Wertalik Learn how you can use video modelling to teach daily living skills.
The Savannah Autism Conference | The Matthew Reardon Center for Autism | 11500 Middleground Road, Savannah, GA 31419
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