Project ACCESS has partnered with Graduate Interdisciplinary Studies at Missouri State University to offer this transcripted certificate to Missouri public school educators who (a) hold a valid Missouri teaching certificate and (b) are currently employed in Missouri public schools directly teaching students with autism. This 12-hour certificate program is offered … [Read more...] about New Graduate Certificate in Individualized Studies ~ Focus Area: Research and Applications in Autism for Teachers
Project ACCESS brings the Missouri Autism Consultant to your school district, to provide on-site child-specific consultation. Project ACCESS continues to promote the on-site autism consultation model so popular with school districts. An advisory committee made up of directors of special education, DESE staff, Missouri autism consultants, and teachers determined that on-site … [Read more...] about Child-specific Consultation in the School District by a Missouri Autism Consultant
We are happy to announce we have launched the Project ACCESS Autism Helpline. The Autism Helpline is a web-based community portal for educators designed for submitting questions about challenging school and classroom situations that you need advice regarding ~ or about which you are able to offer advice and share expertise and experience. This online help system leverages the … [Read more...] about Project ACCESS has a new Autism Helpline!
Project ACCESS would like to introduce and welcome Tammy Gunter, Ed.S., our newest Autism Resource Specialist, to staff! Tammy brings valuable experience and knowledge to our team of professionals serving Missouri students with autism and the educators that guide them. Let's learn a bit about her: Tell me about … [Read more...] about Meet our newest Autism Resource Specialist, Tammy Gunter, Ed.S.
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 Disorder … [Read more...] about Dr. Linda Barboa, speaking on “Autism: What Schools are Missing” at the Fall 2019 Autism Educators’ Network meeting