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According to the CDC, 1 in 54 children in the United States have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Understanding how to help these children navigate classroom dynamics, academics, social and emotional learning (SEL) and their own unique brains is critical for their lifelong success. Learn how to utilize Conscious Discipline to support students with ASD in connecting, developing social skills, managing emotions, learning and thriving.
Key objectives include:
- Learn how to use Conscious Discipline to increase the social and emotional learning of children with ASD, including those who seem resistant, reactive or unreachable.
- Build a better understanding of brain development as it relates to children with ASD, including why a student with ASD may react differently.
- Develop an understanding of why it’s helpful to present information differently for students with ASD, and how to do so effectively.
- Modify routines, rituals and self-regulatory strategies to responsively reach students with ASD.
- Uncover powerful strategies for fostering the connections and SEL skills that set the stage for lifelong success.
- Establish a sustainable, equitable School Family culture that cultivates belonging, connection, cooperation and joy.