The emergence of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is at epidemic levels. But, as most would agree, ASD is an education, health and family issue that can be addressed successfully. Several entities at the University of Montana have combined resources with colleagues across Montana and the U.S. to develop a proactive, evidence-based approach to learning about and helping individuals, families and professionals thrive in this age of ASD.
Dr. Baker is the author of a number of helpful books and programs for children with ASD, including, No More Meltdowns: Positive Strategies for Managing and Preventing Out-Of-Control Behavior and The Social Skills Picture Book. Dr. Baker will be discussing managing frustration and anxiety and teaching social skills. As a reminder, these monthly webinars are free to families who are registered for SPARK, and also for our Community Partners.
- FREE Online Autism Training from the OPI Montana Autism Education Project June 7, 2017 Matt Strachan
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- Webinar - Anxiety and Autism: What You Need To Know November 30, 2016 email@example.com