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A Developmental Framework for Evidence-Based-Practices for the Autism Spectrum
Presented by Emily Rubin, MS, CCC-SLP

Providing evidence-based educational programming for children on the autism spectrum relies not only on selecting appropriate strategies but also an understanding of neurodevelopment. What we determine as the child's targeted educational objectives should be as important as how we are providing accommodations. The lecture will begin with a review of the research in social neuroscience and how this helps us understand how children acquire the foundations of social and emotional competence before they are talking, at emerging language stages, and at the conversational level. Participants will learn how neurodevelopmental differences need to be considered when implementing evidence-based practices and how the SCERTS assessment framework can be used to generate educational objectives that are predictive of developmental shifts toward social emotional competence. Pre-Conference B

Sexuality Education for Individuals with Autism
Presented by Terri Couwenhoven, MS, AASET Certified Sexuality Educator

This session integrates best practice research for teaching sexuality to individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Teaching strategies (how do I teach?) along with key foundational concepts (what do I teach?) are presented. Examples of resources and ideas for teaching at home, school, or in the community are shared.

Autism Basics: Understanding the Spectrum
Presented by Sharon Hammer, MS, PC, Lisa Hoeme, MS, CRC, LPC, Lisa Ladson, BA, CABA and Kim Schmidt, MS, LP C

This is an introductory workshop that will focus on providing a deeper understanding of autism and how people with autism experience the world. Presenters will discuss common characteristics of autism, strategies for effectively supporting people on the spectrum, and other autism-related resources. This workshop will be based on recent research, first person accounts from those on the spectrum, and personal experiences from the practice of the presenters. You will leave this session with a greater understanding of how autism may impact how a person learns, interacts with others, and develops relationships.

Saturday's keynote session will be a panel of individuals on the autism spectrum, who will each share about their experience living life on the autism spectrum. Each panelist will have time to give an introduction and share about how autism affects their day to day life. A range of topics will be covered including, but not limited to, visual thinking, self-stimulatory behaviors, and the experiences as an individual with autism who types to communicate. There will be time for audience questions at the end.

Autism Society Member: If you are a current dues paying member of an Autism Society affiliate you may register at this discounted rate. If you are unsure of your member status, please call 920-558-4602 .
Non-Member: This rate is for individuals who are not members of the Autism Society. You may join at any time and immediately receive the discounted member rate.

Support Person: To qualify for this rate your primary purpose for attending the conference must be to support an individual on the autism spectrum who is also registered for the conference. Please include their name on your registration form. Only 1 support person (per individual on the spectrum) may register at this rate. Early Bird Registration ends January 13, 2017. General Registration will continue until April 10, 2017.

Group Discounts: Groups of 4 or more employees from the same institution or organization are eligible to receive a 10% discount off the total cost of registration. To register at the discounted group rate, please download the group registration form. Only 1 form of payment may be used for all attendees registering as part of the group. Click here to download the group registration form.

Please read the information below carefully before submitting your registration. By registering for the conference you acknowledge you have read and agree to all of the terms listed.

  • All paper registration forms must be complete with a check, purchase order, authorization, or Visa, Discover, or MasterCard credit card information. Online registration is also available.
  • An e-mail confirmation will be sent once your registration has been processed. If you do not receive an email confirmation, please contact us to ensure your registration was received. Important information, including access to handouts, will be emailed prior to the conference.
  • Early bird registration discounts are offered until January 13, 2017. General conference registration will run from January 14th through April 10, 2017. Registrations will not be accepted after April 10th, no exceptions.
  • Written cancellation requests must be received by April 10 and will be charged a $25.00 processing fee.
  • No refunds after April 10, 2017, no exceptions. A $30.00 fee will accompany any returned checks or denied charges. Substitutions can be made at no cost.
  • If you are registering your child with an autism spectrum disorder for the conference, please keep in mind that the child needs to be at least 14 years of age, and accompanied by a support person, if needed. Child care is not available.
  • By registering for this conference, you give the Autism Society of Wisconsin permission to publish photographs/video of you in promotional materials without incurring any liability to the Autism Society of Wisconsin or any photographer/videographer hired on behalf of this event.
  • On-site registration is subject to an additional $25 fee and space availability. Handouts & conference booklets are not guaranteed.

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