Together we are all stronger, so let's get connected and share helpful Homebound Activities. Project ACCESS invites you to contribute to, and benefit from, a newly created crowd-sourced list of resources to help students, educators and caregivers during the ongoing stay-at-home situation due to COVID-19. We've created a Homebound Activities category in our free online … [Read more...] about Share. Learn. Connect. Homebound Activities on the Project ACCESS Autism Helpline
As we are all aware, the news on COVID-19 is rapidly evolving. With the declaration of a national state of emergency and, more specifically for Missouri, we are following the precautions set forth by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as well as state and local officials. Everyone’s health and safety are our first concern. To that end, we are CANCELING the following … [Read more...] about Project ACCESS – Cancellations due to COVID-19
Project ACCESS is proud to host Michelle Garcia-Winner of Social Thinking® as the presenter of "The Informal Dynamic Assessment and Core Treatment Strategies" a full-day presentation at the Project ACCESS Summer Conference 2020, June 12th, in Kansas City. Michelle Garcia Winner, MA, CCC-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist who specializes in the treatment of students with … [Read more...] about Project ACCESS hosts Michelle Garcia-Winner of Social Thinking® for our Summer Conference 2020 in Kansas City!
Project ACCESS is pleased to present "Autism Minute", short (most are 5 minutes or less) instructional videos that provide information designed to add to your available resources for serving students with autism and other developmental disabilities. We'll post the Autism Minute videos on this blog, on our social media platforms (Facebook: @MoProjectACCESS; Twitter: … [Read more...] about Project ACCESS presents “Autism Minute” – short instructional videos that highlight topics to help you serve students with autism!
Project ACCESS is proudly hosting Carol Gray, creator of Social Stories™ at our Winter Conference 2020 in Jefferson City on January 24th, speaking on "Reflect, Reboot, Reimagine: A Social Stories™ 10.2 Workshop" Carol Gray began her career as a teacher for four children with autism at Jenison Public Schools, in Jenison, Michigan. Currently, she works as a consultant to … [Read more...] about Here’s a Social Story™ about attending the Social Stories™ workshop featuring creator Carol Gray at the Project ACCESS Winter Conference!