Conferences

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Upcoming Conferences:

August 3, 2015: Appleton, Wisconsin
Learn it Today, Use it Tomorrow! Effective Interventions and Strategies for Improving Executive Function Skills in Children/Students
Topics: executive functioning, attention, transitions, flexibility, self regulation, and information processing
Speaker: Sarah Ward, M.S., CCC-SLP

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October 1-2, 2015: Denver, Colorado
All Kids Can Succeed! Teaching Social, Behavior and Executive Functioning Skills to the Student/Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Topics: executive functioning, social skills, behavior, transitions, flexibility, self regulation, and information processing Speakers: Jed Baker, Ph.D. and Rebecca Moyes, M.Ed.

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October 13-14, 2015: Chicago, Illinois
All Kids Can Succeed! Teaching Social, Behavior, Problem SolvingSkills and Inclusion to the Student/Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Topics: social skills, behavior, transitions, flexibility, self regulation, problem solving, and inclusion
Speakers: Kate McGinnity, M.S. and Jed Baker, Ph.D.

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October 27-28 2015: Atlanta, Georgia
Social, Behavioral, & Independent Thinking Strategies for the Student/Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Topics: Independent thinking, social skills, behavior, transitions, flexibility, self regulation, and information processing Speakers: Nicole Beurkens, Ph.D. and Rebecca Moyes, M.Ed.

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November 12-13, 2015: Des Moines, Iowa

Social, Behavioral, & Independent Thinking Strategies for the Student/Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Topics: Independent thinking, social skills, behavior, transitions, flexibility, self regulation, and information processing Speakers: Nicole Beurkens, Ph.D. and Susan Stokes, M.A., CCC-SLP, Ed. Autism Consultant

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