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Supporting Students with Autism (and their Parents) Remotely and on Campus

Virtual Live Briefings Health, Safety, and Well-being Student Success AVP or "Number Two" Mid-Level Senior Level

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About

A common characteristic of autism is a strong need for clarity and certainty, something in short supply at the moment. Parents who have spent years developing their advocacy skills also seek clear information about what the fall will bring, whether their student is remaining at home or coming to campus. Students with autism come to campus in larger numbers each year, and this year is no exception. A number of campuses have dedicated programs for autistic students, but most do not, relying on disabilities staff and a few knowledgeable and understanding faculty and staff. This Live Briefing will bring together four directors of campus autism programs, whose strategies for working with students with autism and their parents are grounded in evidence-based practices and years of experience, to offer advice and support for all campus professionals.
 
Participants will:
  • Hear about some of the common characteristics of autism and how these are manifested during times of uncertainty and stress
  • Learn several critical strategies for effectively communicating with students with autism as they plan their fall semester and beyond
  • Hear about techniques program staff have used to provide support, build community and connection, and increase the chances of academic and social success on campus, including peer programs, activity nights and journaling
  • Be introduced to several strategies and approaches autism professionals have adopted to build alliances and set necessary limits with parents

Speakers

Registration

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Registration and Fees
NASPA Member
$29
Non-member
$99

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