FREE 1 day Autism Workshop in Rogers, Oct. 9 sponsored by NWA Autism Support and Criminal Justice Institute
I wanted to let you all know of a basic training 1 day conference in Rogers the NWA Autism Support Group, in conjunction with the Criminal Justice Institute of U of A, is sponsoring that would benefit many staff in the local Public Schools.(including School Resource Officers), or ANYONE INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT AUTISM!
The guest speaker will be Dianna Varady,Parent Coordinator for Arkansas Autism Resource & Outreach Center (AAROC) at Partners for Inclusive Communities - UAMS in Little Rock.
EDUCATORS MAY GET 6 HRS OF PD CREDIT(MAX ALLOWED BY DEPT. OF ED) POLICE OFFICERS GET 7 HRS OF PD CREDIT
IT IS A FREE 1 DAY WORKSHOP !
Course Topic: Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Date: Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.(LUNCH ON YOUR OWN 1HR)
Location: Center for Non-Profits Building
1200 West Walnut
Rogers, AR 72756
Targeted Audience: School Resource Officers, Administrators, Teachers, Aides, Emergency Personnel, and Police Officers
This seven-hour course will provide fundamental information about what autism is, its associated behavioral characteristics, effective interpretation of behavior, risk management for both the educator/officer and the student, initial response and communication/interviewing strategies. It will also address the alarmingly high victimization rate experienced by people with autism, and provide tips to educators/SROs charged with preventing and investigating these incidents.
Please see attachments for more information and further description of workshop.
There is no cost to attend this class but you must register to attend. To register on-line, visit www.arsafeschools.com and click on Training Announcements. Or you may complete the attached Course Registration Request form and fax it to 501-565-3081.
We would appreciate it if you spread the word to anyone who might need some training on Autism Spectrum Disorders,especially school staff and safety resource/patrol officers.
NWA Autism Support Group
7/7/2013 06:48:05 pm
Autism has a strong genetic basis, it is strongly associated with agents that cause birth defects. Good to see that you are spreading important education among people.
9/18/2013 01:18:09 am
I would love to attend this workshop but unfortunately I missed it. In the future, I will surely attend such event without fail.
9/23/2013 08:40:32 pm
An autistic culture has developed, with some individuals seeking a cure and others believing autism should be accepted as a difference and not treated as a disorder. Thanks.
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