Mark your calendar to join the Autism Educators' Network (AEN) meeting in Spring 2020. All interested educational professionals are welcome to attend for informative and enjoyable collaboration! The AEN meetings are not intended to be training sessions, but information dissemination and networking meetings. AEN meets once during the fall and once during the spring in … [Read more...] about Save the date! Friday, April 3rd, 2020 – Autism Educators’ Network (AEN) meeting in Jefferson City, featuring two guest speakers!
Autism Resource Specialists Megan Menton and Lindsey Lovekamp are representing Project ACCESS at #OCALICON2019 this week and #InspiringChange to better serve students with autism across Missouri! What is OCALICON? "Held annually in Columbus, OH, USA, OCALICON is the nation’s premier autism and disabilities conference where thousands of people from around the world … [Read more...] about Project ACCESS is involved in #InspiringChange at #OCALICON2019!
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
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!
Middle School: The Stuff Nobody Tells You About by Haley Moss From the description: CEC Yes I Can Award Winner! Middle school is an intimidating time for most students, but for students with autism spectrum disorder, it can be a veritable minefield of hidden curriculum rules, social misunderstandings and cliques - and that's before they even get to the academics! In Middle … [Read more...] about #PAFollowTheReader ~ our monthly book recommendation: Middle School: The Stuff Nobody Tells You About