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Vocal outbursts. Throwing objects. Meltdowns.
If you work with students with autism, you may know that many don’t have formal and effective systems of communication. In the absence of this essential skill, disruptive behavior may serve as a substitute. This may mean that more of your time is spent managing behavior than instruction.
In this webinar, Mo Buti, M.Ed-BD, M.Ed-Admin and Ashley Larisey, SLP, share several powerful strategies that increase appropriate communication and positive behaviors for learners with autism, including:
is a practiced professional in the field of special education providing services and support to those with disabilities and their families and schools for over 31 years. She managed autism programs and services for over 6,000 students as Director of Autism and Intellectual Disabilities at Chicago Public Schools. She was also a special education teacher, an autism itinerant and a special education administrator. She is now the owner of AiepA: Advocate and Instructional Expert for People with Autism.
is an SLP at Community High School District 218 in Oak Lawn, Illinois. She is also an Adjunct Clinical Supervisor and Instructor at Saint Xavier University.
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