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Autism Summer 2017: Building Communication Skills in Individuals Who are Less Verbal • 6/27/17

Autism Summer 2017: Creating Supportive Classrooms: Meeting the Mental Health Needs of our Students • 7/31/17

Autism Summer 2017: How to Manage when Emotions and Behaviors Get Big • 8/10/17

Autism Summer 2017: Promoting Independence Across Environments • 7/24/17

Autism Summer 2017: Understanding and Learning to Celebrate Autism and other Sensory and Movement Differences • 6/20/17

Autism Summer 2017: Understanding, Supporting, and Teaching Executive Functioning Skills for Your Students • 7/25/17

CESA #9 Presents Helping Students Through Trauma and Loss • 6/22/17

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Developing a Writing Scope & Sequence - Fifth Grade • 6/20/17

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Autism Summer 2017: How to Manage when Emotions and Behaviors Get Big

Emotions get big for all of us now and again.  From many of the students we support, when emotions get big, so do behaviors…they can’t find their words to tell you what’s wrong, they can’t focus to learn and do their work, they don’t know how to get your attention without being disruptive, they can’t control their bodies (and sometimes things get broken or people get hurt).  What do you do?  This workshop will overview some basic yet critical strategies to help manage when the behavior of your students gets challenging.  We will explore the roles of relationship, communication, regulation, motivation, visual supports, environmental supports, and supportive response strategies.  Bring examples of troubling situations you have faced and/or your worries about students you will be supporting.  There will be plenty of time for individualized problem solving.

 

Presented by Lisa Ladson, Nanette A. Negri, PhD & Jenna Knoedler
Date(s) Thursday, August 10th & Friday August 11th
Time 8:30 a.m. through 2:30 p.m.
Location(s) D.C. Professional Development Center
Presenter(s) Lisa Ladson, Nanette A. Negri, PhD & Jenna Knoedler
Audience This workshop will be useful to all school personnel.
Professional Development Hours: 12.0
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Current Attendees:
RAINVILLE, SUSAN TRASKA, KORRIN WAIT, MICHAELA

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