Kansas Technical Assistance System Network (TASN)
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Tri-State Webinar: Programming for Middle and High School: Part 2 of 4: Developing routines and Independence Using Task Analysis

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This four-part series provides participants with information about programming for secondary aged students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Presenters will discuss how to use assessment and curriculum guides to determine priorities in instruction across learning environments. Participants will also learn about how to teach routines through a task analysis, how to develop and implement age appropriate visual supports for school and community environments, and strategies for visually supporting social, communication and behavioral skills. Identify several assessments and curriculum guides that will assist with the development of age appropriate goals and objectives for middle and high school students with ASD. Create task analyses, and identify appropriate natural and instructional cues to promote independence in. Create and implement a variety of visual supports, in the areas of academics, organization, and vocational skills,and independent living skills, across school and community environments. Develop and implement visual supports for middle and high school students in the areas of social,communication and behavioral skills.

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