Category Archives: Autism Training

Project ACCESS provides #AutismResources, #AutismSupportServices, and #AutismTraining

Project ACCESS has been serving Missouri schools since 1985 as the state’s education and resource agency for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and/or other developmental disabilities. The agency was established by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to enhance

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Spring (March 27, 28 and 29) and Summer (June 27, 28 and 29) In-District Autism Consultant (IDAC) Training

Many Missouri School Districts benefit from having one or more In-District Autism Consultants trained through Project ACCESS. These individuals are chosen by district administration among those teachers and therapists who meet the requirements enumerated below. The IDAC training typically involves

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Winter 2017 In-District Autism Consultant Training – Jefferson City – January 17, 18 and 19, 2017

Many Missouri School Districts benefit from having one or more In-District Autism Consultants trained through Project ACCESS. These individuals are chosen by district administration among those teachers and therapists who meet the requirements enumerated below. The IDAC training typically involves

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In-District Autism Consultant (IDAC) Training

Many Missouri School Districts benefit from having one or more In-District Autism Consultants trained through Project ACCESS. These individuals are chosen by district administration among those teachers and therapists who meet the requirements enumerated below. The IDAC training typically involves

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To Puberty and Beyond – a 1-day training hosted by Project ACCESS in Springfield, MO

Part of the Project ACCESS provision of resources involves sponsoring professional development that will assist Missouri educators in accessing pertinent information and strategies to increase capacity for working with individuals who experience ASD and other developmental disabilities. This fall, we

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Working with Students with Autism in the Schools (WASS) & Early Intervention for Young Children with Autism (EIYCA)

Experience the benefit of training that allows you to learn, return to the classroom to practice skills, and then return to hone those skills.  Working with Students with Autism in the Schools (WASS) and Early Intervention for Young Children with Autism (EIYCA) were created with

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Introduction to Education of Students with Autism

Interested in training designed to provide an overview of autism as an educational disorder? Project ACCESS’ two-day training, Introduction to Education of Students with Autism, teaches essential methods for assessing behaviors and introduces basic programming strategies. Topics include: definition of

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Considering an In-District Autism Consultant (IDAC) for your School or District?

Many Missouri School Districts have benefited from having an In-District Autism Consultant (IDAC) trained through Project ACCESS.  These individuals are chosen by their district’s  administration among those teachers and therapists who have completed the Project ACCESS trainings:  Introduction to the

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