Call 920 686 6157 or email marykaren Oudeans sl Edu for more

28 May

Services for Children with Autism

Eligibility

The current eligibility criteria for autism under state law is found at PI 11.36 (8). Wis. Admin. Code. If a student is found to have an impairment, the IEP team must also determine the need for special education services (PI 11.35).

Training

WI DPI Two Day Autism Trainings

Children with the impairment of autism frequently present unique challenges to teachers and support staff responsible for meeting the child’s educational needs. Numerous statewide training opportunities are available throughout the year to assist in ongoing staff development designed to improve educational outcomes for children with autism.

The Department of Public Instruction will offer statewide autism training for school personnel during the 2013-14 school year.

Basic level training will provide an introduction to effective educational programming for students with autism. Basic level training is a great training for general education staff, administrators, paraprofessionals, families, and special education staff that are new or would like a review of working with students with autism.

All trainings are 2 days and include lunch and breaks both days. Breakfast is provided on the second day of training only. Training Schedule: Day 1: 10:30-4:00 and Day 2: 7:30-3:00.

Graduate Credit is available at an additional cost through Silver Lake College. Call 920-686-6157 or email marykaren.oudeans@sl.edu for more information. Judy Endow, Mary Graczyk-McMullen, and Kate McGinnity are trainers.

Registration is Now Available for Two Day Autism Trainings for 2013-14. 

(Note: Each training must be registered for separately.)

  • Basic Needs of Students with ASD. September 24 and 25, 2013, Chula Vista Resort, WI Dells – Registration
  • Addressing Challenging Behaviors. October 29 and 30, 2013, Chula Vista Resort, WI Dells – Registration
  • Basic Needs of Students with ASD. January 28 and 29, 2014, Olympia Resort, Oconomowoc – Registration
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