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 language disorders. Kim has collaborated with professionals in a variety of disciplines to develop and present school district training’s related to the characteristics, assessment, support, and intervention for children with autism. She has also served on committees and in related roles at the district level that addressed special education issues and provided support for other professionals who work with profoundly language delayed students.
5:30-6:00 sign in/6-8:00pm course
Held at: Gateway Community College in the Health Careers Education Building Auditorium
This course is free of charge and dinner will be provided!