Free Autism Visual Supports Webinar!

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How Do I Sign Up For the Free Autism Webinar?

Simply click here to choose a date to attend the free autism visual supports webinar live! For those attending live, you will walk away with this brand new visual support to put on a ring or lanyard. Use it to visually cue children when out and about at school, home, or in the community (see below).

What will I Learn?

This free autism webinar about using visual supports to create clear, predictable routines to increase engagement is for both educators and parents! Whether you are a special education teacher, SLP, paraprofessional, general education teacher, or working in another role with a child with autism, this is for you. If you are a mama, daddy, a loving grandparent, or another family member, you will find tons of actionable ideas to help out at home in this webinar.

The specific learning objectives are:

  • Why visual supports work
  • How visual supports can reduce frustration and anxiety
  • Ways visuals can increase engagement
  • How to use visual supports to help your classroom and home run more smoothly
  • How to assemble and implement  10 effective visual supports with autistic children
  • Ways to keep organized
  • How to get buy-in from all team members

I’m so excited to hang out with you and talk everything visual supports! Don’t forget to register now, so you get a seat for the date of your choice!

For more information about visual supports, check out this blog post.

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  1. Hello! Somehow I have missed registering for this awesome sounding course and the freebie visual schedule too! I am wondering if you would Halen to have s link to the course or a set you could send me?

    An autism teacher in need 🥰