A Place to Be and Something to Do: Evidence-based Practices for Children with ASD in Preschool Settings

Conference Year: 

2014

Primary Speaker name: 

Inclusive settings offer many potential learning opportunities for young children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).  However, simply placing a child with ASD in such settings without accompanying supports can be a challenge for both the program and the child.  In this presentation, a model for designing programs for young children with ASD will be described.  Based on the work of the National Professional Development Center on ASD, participants will learn about assessing quality of programs, designing measurable objectives, and linking objectives to evidence-based practices recently identified for children and youth with ASD.

Type: 

Concurrent

Room: 

Unassigned

Topic: 

Inclusive Practices

Target Audience: 

Professional Development Providers
Practitioners
Local Administrators
State Administrators

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