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Goal: Advance equity in access to opportunity and success.
When: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 4:00-6:00 pm
Where: Online / WebEx | Cost: Free | Flyer: Link
Required Registration: Click here for registration
A team of experts from www.hussmanautism.org offer an overview of evidence-based and research-backed information and methods that faculty and staff members can use to successfully support students with autism in higher education settings.
About The Hussman Institute for Autism:
The vision of the Hussman Institute for Autism is to improve the lives of individuals with autism and their families by creating a continuum of supports and resources to address the needs for evidence-based teaching methods, communication, inclusion, connection, and independence.
Our perspective is not that autism is a tragedy that must be eliminated with a cure, nor that those with autism must be turned over to be “fixed” by therapists in segregated settings. Rather, our goal is to provide resources to support those with autism within their homes, schools and communities and enable learning, communication, and meaningful relationships through day-to-day engagement with those around them.
The Hussman Institute for Autism is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization incorporated in Maryland.
Links & information:
When: April 10th, 2021 (Saturday) 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where: Link provided on 4/7/2021 with Registration
Registration: Fill out our form
You are invited to register for training sessions taking place June 15-26 and July 13-24. There are a wide variety of times and dates to fit your summer schedules. Workshop descriptions and sign up links are available via the CELT Summer 2020 Workshops page.
New Sessions added (June 29-30, July 7-9, and July 27) – Full details on the Summer 2020 Workshops page:
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On Wednesday, October 23 we will again be holding a workshop where you will get hands-on assistance to turn all the red and yellow indicators to green, in order to provide alternative formats for those using assistive technologies. Remember, Ally focuses on making new and existing content more accessible for all users, not just those with disabilities/accessibility challenges.
Please have your documents that need adjustments readily accessible either on a thumb drive, or through your email, or one-drive.
The session on October 23rd will be held in Haas Library, Room 434, 1:30pm – 3:30pm
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.