Each month TRS hosts an in-service presentation on topics of interest to the therapy community featuring prominent local and national speakers.
Seating is limited, RSVP is required for attendance.
Learn practical intervention strategies that address play-based functional language development, visual structure techniques that support understanding and decrease behavior, and consideration of autism characteristics that guide teaching and support for low to mid-functioning students. Presented by: Kim Maryhew, M.S., CCC-SLP Kim Maryhew has provided therapies in public school, residential treatment center, and home-based settings. Her desire to learn about the autism population led her to acquire of over 350 hours of professional development training related to autism and other neuro-cognitive…Find out more »
A hallmark deficit in the autism population is difficulty processing verbal language and abstract concepts such as time. This presentation discusses a variety of structural and visual strategies that support student’s abilities to follow directions, maintain emotional regulation, and communicate wants and needs. Implementing this type of structure supports understanding and independence in the classroom environment. Presented by: Kim Maryhew, M.S., CCC-SLP Kim Maryhew has provided therapies in public school, residential treatment center, and home-based settings. Her desire to learn…Find out more »