8 Learning Opportunities from HANDS for Parents and Teachers
Interested in self-paced learning? HANDS in Autism offers a varied of free and fee-based self-paces learning opportunities that are valuable to many audiences but with language accessible to all. There are no prerequisites, and many offer a certificate of completion at the end. Such topics include: “What is Autism?” and “Evidence-Based Practices”
This introductory workshop is helpful to families (especially families of newly-diagnosed individuals with ASD) and for service providers and community members looking to know more about the diagnosis and how to best facilitate community participation for all.
Online Office Hours
We know there are questions and we welcome them. Join with us during Ask-Learn-Share with HANDS in Autism®: Free Open Office Hours to ask your questions or share your successes and challenges related to your role, your setting and the topics you’re finding most pressing.
- Register here to gain access.
- When: Tuesdays and Thursdays
- Time: 3:30-5:00pm
Make It – Take It Workshops
This workshop series is designed to educate participants about evidence-based strategies, learn how to use these strategies with individuals with ASD across settings, as well as to discuss and plan various materials tailored for the individual(s) you know.
We offer a range of newsletters tailored to your need.
- eUpdate: A bi-monthly newsletter featuring updates about events, research, and other goings-on at the Center.
- Practical Pointers for the Classroom: Weekly tips for educators working with individuals with ASD. Featuring activities, social narratives, forms, and general tips.
- Practical Pointers for Families and Caregivers: Weekly tips for families and caregivers of individuals with ASD, including social narratives, games, life skills, and more.