Autism Society Central Ohio
Saturday, March 5, 2016
9:00 to 2:30
Delaware County Board of Developmental Disabilities
151 East Orange Road
Lewis Center, Ohio 43035
Technology is improving lives of people with autism in many ways!
But there is so much out there to figure out! Come and learn how technology can meet the needs of students and/or adult's w/ASD to increase their independent functioning.
Learn how to access different apps and how to use these apps.
The cost is $20.00 per person and includes a box lunch.
Dr. Jennifer Cullen - is an Assistant Professor in Applied Behavior Analysis in the Department of Special Education at Ball State University. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Her research focuses on utilizing technology in promoting successful employment and independence in the community and in educational settings for individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities. She has designed, developed and implemented several different curriculums to work with young adults with autism and intellectual disabilities in learning new employment tasks, improve daily living, and academic skills. She has also developed and implemented a 12 week online curriculum for young adults with intellectual disabilities and autism to learn Ohio laws for driving to help them acquire their driver's licenses.
Dr. Evette Simmons-Reed - is an assistant professor at Ball State University in the Department of Special Education in Applied Behavior Analysis. Prior to joining the faculty at BSU, she was a Transition Manager, serving college age youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities, in the Special Education and Transition Department at the Nisonger Center at The Ohio State University. Her research interests and expertise involve teaching self-determination and the use of evidence-based practices to improve the employment and educational outcomes of transitioning age youth with disabilities and the use of culturally responsive strategies to improve the educational outcomes of culturally and linguistically diverse students, specifically, African American males.
Registration will be from 9:00 to 9:30 am. Lunch will be served from 11:30 to Noon.
"Many thanks to Embassy Suites Dublin and the many sponsors and volunteers who made "Trick or Suites" a wonderful event!"
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Autism Society, Central Ohio Chapter (ASCO) offers families and professionals educational opportunities to learn about autism on a local and national level. ASCO strives to offer a variety of workshops, family supports and informational sessions by local and national leaders on an annual basis.
Autism Society, Central Ohio Chapter is a dynamic afflilate partnering with The Ohio State University, OCALI, Nationwide Children's Hospital, Franklin Park Conservatory, Ohio History Connection and other leaders in autism to provide the best for Central Ohio!!!
ASCO is the proud sponsor of the first ever Autism Event at COSI. It was a huge success! Families were able to explore COSI one hour before the general public. COSI provided autism friendly exhibits! We are working on dates for 2016.
ASCO is also a proud sponsor of the Autism Leadership Reception, bringing leaders in autism together to learn about research, programs, services and resources.
ASCO delights in offering a friendly session with Santa every year. Remember to visit our website this winter to schedule an up close and personal meeting with Santa……he and his staff come every year and offer kids and families a non-mall like experience.
ASCO's most important benefit is the opportunity to talk with other parents and professionals - to share information and to realize that you are not alone in this journey.
ASCO is always looking for suggestions, so if you have an idea, please feel free to email (email@example.com) or call the chapter office at (614) 284-6323
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