The Autism Spectrum Disorders Program serves families and professionals working with students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in a variety of school settings. Staff development and technical assistance are available to support districts and families in achieving student success.
Training is designed to address the full range of student and district needs which include, but are not limited to: communication skills, social skills, assessment, academic skills, self-help skills, instructional methodologies, and current research in the scientific field of autism.
On-site technical assistance is available to help districts implement programs using best practices in visual strategies and other effective teaching methodologies designed for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Additionally, support is available to assist districts with compliance to the state requirements for extended-year programming, in-home training, and parent training.
The 26th Annual Texas State Autism Conference will be August 2-3 in San Marcos.
Education Service Center, Region 20 (ESC-20) will be offering parent scholarships to cover the registration cost for the conference only. There a limited number of scholarships available.
Below is the link for parents!
Texas Autism Conference Parent Scholarship Application
An Administrator's Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders
This guides prepares administrators to address the unique needs of students on the Autism Spectrum.
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