There are a variety of interventions for children with autism that claim to be the most effective in improving outcomes for children with autism. This circumstance can make it difficult for clinicians to pick the most suitable intervention for the client with whom they work. In order to select the most appropriate intervention, clinicians should have an understanding of the continuum of interventions including the theoretical framework, key components of intervention techniques, and practical implementation.
Join us at Region 13 for a workshop presented by Anna Dvortcsak, MS CCC-SLP where we will review the continuum of intervention techniques for children with autism and will provide information on selection of the most appropriate treatment technique.
When: September 25, 2015 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Where: ESC Region 13, Austin TX
Workshop ID: FA1532679
Cost: $45 Register through Region 13’s E-Campus
OR watch at home or in your office with our Livestream option
Workshop ID: FA1533013
Cost: Free Register through Region 13’s E-Campus
5.5 TSHA CEUs pending for both options
Questions, please contact Cyndi O’Toole at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-919-5180