Kentucky Autism Training Center

My Child Has Autism...Now What? Recommendations for Parents

Duration: 1 hour

Registration Cost: FREE


Intended Audience

Educators, practitioners, caregivers, parents and other professionals working with individuals with autism.


About the Webinar

The number of children diagnosed with autism each year is growing rapidly. Once receiving the diagnosis, many caregivers are unsure what the future holds. Because autism is a spectrum disorder, needs vary greatly among individuals making treatment planning and options difficult. This webinar will outline some common strengths and weaknesses of children with autism, discuss how to determine what interventions may be effective for your child and give information about additional resources that may be helpful.

 

 

Learning Objectives:

 

1. Participants will realize the importance of identifying their child's strengths and weaknesses and how to determine next steps based on those needs.
2. Participants will learn about different types of resources and interventions available.
3. Participants will explore some effective coping strategies aimed at helping families and children.

 

 

 

Additional resources and handouts included:

  • To Do List
  • Treatment and Intervention Service Providers
  • Kentucky Funding Resources
  • Autism Speaks 100 Day Toolkit
  • Kentucky Family Guide
  • KY Support Groups

 

**After you register you will receive an email confirmation with details on how to access the recorded webinar and handouts. If you do not receive the email confirmation please email or call the contact below.

 


Training Facilitator


Michelle Antle, Ed.S. KATC Field Trainer

Michelle Antle completed her undergraduate degree at Kentucky Wesleyan College in Owensboro, Kentucky and her Ed.S. degree in the field of school psychology. In 2011, Michelle was recognized for her hard work and dedication and was named Kentucky School Psychologist of the Year. She went on to represent the state of Kentucky at the national level. Michelle was a Top 8 finalist at this level and was recognized at the National Association of School Psychology (NASP) conference. Michelle has also received a Best Practice in School Psychology award (2011) and was named Regional School Psychologist of the Year for Region 2 (2006). She is a school psychologist and has worked in the public school setting for the last 11 years. Michelle also has experience in the mental health field as she served as the Autism Coordinator for Family Options, Inc. and worked with children and families through the Impact Plus program. Michelle Antle currently works as a Field Training Coordinator for the Kentucky Autism Training Center.



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Location

(Online) -- recorded webinar available 24/7

 


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About KATC

The mission of the Kentucky Autism Training Center is to strengthen our state's systems of support for persons affected by autism by bridging research to practice and by providing training and resources to families and professionals. KATC is committed to improving the quality of life for those affected by ASD.


Questions?? Contact

KY Autism Training Center Staff
(502)852-4631
katc@louisville.edu