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Inclusion Information Series: Creating an Inclusive Culture Throughout the District - Part 3

Thursday, May 12, 2016 from 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Presented by: Lisa Rowland & Sherry Lindsey
Hosted by: UF Gainesville CARD
 

Presenters for this series include several education professionals such as consultants, early intervention providers, exceptional student education (ESE) directors, school administrators, and teachers; all who have successfully included students with autism spectrum disorders in general education. The first session in the series begins with an overview of what inclusion is and why it is important. Other sessions address early intervention leading into preschool and an administrative team’s experience creating a culture of inclusion within their small school district. The final session culminates with a team of educators and an administrator who created a model for inclusion at their elementary school. All sessions are delivered online via Adobe Connect and contain a mixture of presentation and discussion. Individuals who participate in at LEAST TWO of the sessions receive a book by Paula Kluth full of practical strategies for inclusion.
ONLINE via
Adobe Connect

A Function-Based Diagnostic Behavioral System: Addressing Problem & Replacement Behaviors

Friday, May 13, 2016 from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Presented by: Dr. Ennio Cipani
Hosted by: UCF CARD

This workshop will cover a new way of looking at Functional Behavior Assessment. Many people look first at the behavior and later at the function, leading to faulty functional hypotheses. Dr. Cipani will present a function-based diagnostic system for problem behaviors and associated assessment methods used for detecting function. A numerical four category diagnostic system for classifying problem behaviors as well as sub-categories identifying specific reinforcers under each category will be presented. A three category diagnostic system will be described for classifying replacement behaviors. The remainder of the workshop will cover functional assessment methods that involve a manipulation of variables to demonstrate function of behavior. These methods include analogue assessment tests, trigger analysis with behavioral description, and in-situ hypothesis tests.  
Holiday Inn - Universal
5905 Kirkman road
Orlando, FL 32819

Building A Bridge Towards Success: Supporting Students with High-Functioning Autism

Saturday, May 14, 2016 from 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Presented by: John Miller
Hosted by: FSU CARD


Adults with high-functioning autism face many obstacles to establishing stability and independence in their lives. Drawing on his own experiences, the presenter will explore what skills and strategies are needed for a successful transition to adulthood for individuals with high-functioning autism. The speaker will discuss: An Integrative Model for Inclusion for Students With High-Functioning Autism; ASD and Bullying: Positive Interventions for Victims and Perpetrators; Decoding Dating: A Practical Guide and Relationships for Males With a High-Functioning Autism and Asperger’s and Overcoming Obstacles and Challenges of Adulthood.
Northwood Elementary School Multipurpose Room 502
501 4th Avenue
Crestview, FL 32536
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