Communication Strategies for Autism: Supporting Engagement, Self-Advocacy, and Transitions

November 30–December 12, 2022 | Online Conference

Participants rated this conference 4.6 out of 5 stars, so we had to offer it again!

This comprehensive online conference will explore practical approaches for supporting communication for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) through a neurodiversity perspective. Participants will learn tools and practices to support individuals and families with community and peer engagement, self-advocacy, and transitions. 

Whether you are an experienced or newer clinician, you will walk away from this conference with practical strategies to support autistic individuals across the age spectrum and their families with functional, personally relevant, and culturally relevant goals.

Did You Know? With the ASHA Learning Pass, conference participants can access the recorded sessions from this conference for CE credit even after the conference ends.

Paid Registrants: Log in beginning November 30. Go to My Account and enter your username and password. Under "ASHA Courses and Orders," select the name of the conference. Problems accessing the online conference? View our Technical Tips.

"I enjoyed that the presentations were focused on techniques and strategies that I can start using in therapy tomorrow."
Past ASHA Professional Development online conference participant
"I enjoyed the ability to work on this conference on my own time and when it worked with my schedule."
Past ASHA Professional Development online conference participant

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