Here's a reminder that Project ACCESS proudly serves as host for the Autism Educators' Network (AEN) meetings twice per year. Due to the rapid growth in the numbers of children with autism being served in schools, the Autism Educators Network (AEN) was organized in the spring of 1999 to network key educators involved with students who experience Autism Spectrum … [Read more...] about Autism Educators’ Network (AEN)
Though transition is typically conceptualized as movement from education to work, transition in the larger sense is movement from context to context. Because people with significant disabilities experience difficulties in every transitional situation, instruction in transitioning is an educational priority. A transitioning instruction plan should be developed for such students … [Read more...] about Transition for Continuity and Employability
Needing some #autism resources for summer school or to prepare for the next school year? Project ACCESS is available to you throughout the year with autism resources, support services and training in order to assist you with expanding your capacity to serve Missouri's public school students who experience Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and related developmental … [Read more...] about Project ACCESS is here for you year-round!
The Potty Journey - Guide to Toilet Training Children with Special Needs, Including Autism and Related Disorders by Judith Coucouvanis From the description: International Book Award Winner and National Parenting Publications Award Winner. Toilet training children with autism and related disorders is fraught with countless challenges stemming from their unique … [Read more...] about #PAFollowTheReader ~ our monthly book recommendation: The Potty Journey
Project ACCESS has posted a position on the Missouri State University employment site for a full-time Autism Resource Specialist. The general function of the Autism Resource Specialist is described as follows: The Autism Resource Specialist is responsible for assisting professional education staff and other related service providers in observing children demonstrating … [Read more...] about Join the Project ACCESS team! We are currently accepting applications for an additional Autism Resource Specialist