Conscious Discipline (SEL) for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
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.
- Orlando, FL
- Dr. Becky Bailey
- Cheryl Cotter
- Kim Jackson
Here's What You'll Learn:
Discover how to utilize Conscious Discipline to promote social, emotional and academic success in students with ASD through enhanced routines, rituals and self-regulation. Transform your educational approach with strategies for creating an educational culture in which all stakeholders thrive. Cultivate a sense of belonging, connection, cooperation and joy, even with students who seem resistant or unreachable.
Who Should Attend
Educators, administrators, special education teachers, social workers, school counselors, school psychologists and parents for age groups of 3 and up will discover essential strategies for working with children with ASD. Previous knowledge and implementation of Conscious Discipline is helpful, but not essential.
Facilitators Dr. Becky Bailey, Master Instructor Kim Jackson and Certified Instructor Cheryl Cotter will draw on expertise and personal experience to equip you with the tools you need to help students with ASD thrive.
All attendees will receive a Workshop handout and Conscious Discipline tote bag.
More Information About This Event
- Event Schedule
Location & Hotel Rates
The Conscious Discipline for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Workshop will be hosted at the:
Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Resort
1850 Hotel Plaza Blvd.
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Special attendee discounted room rates are valid through November 1, 2021 (subject to availability). Book early to secure these special rates.
- Workshop Flyer
Policies & Procedures
Seating is limited. Please make sure the contact information you provide when you register is truly the best way for us to reach you prior to the event. If you have not received your confirmation prior to start date, it is your responsibility to contact Conscious Discipline. We recommend that you do not purchase non-refundable airfare until you receive an email confirmation from Conscious Discipline. Conscious Discipline assumes no responsibility for travel arrangements made prior to written confirmation of your acceptance as an attendee.
By registering for a Conscious Discipline event, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions detailed below and includes a publicity photo release.
Cancellations must be received in writing via email to [email protected]. Refunds will be processed as follows: Up to 30 days before the start of the event: Full refund of tuition paid. 14-29 days before the start of the event: Refund of tuition paid less a $100 processing fee. Within 14 days of the start of the event: No refund. No-shows: No refund. Conscious Discipline reserves the right to substitute speakers at any event. In the unlikely event an institute is cancelled, registrants will be refunded paid institute tuition only.
Attendees and Team Administrators may substitute another person for their seat up to 30 days before the start of the event. Within 30 days of the event, a $50.00 administration fee will be incurred and invoiced after the event per substitution. Please contact [email protected] for any assistance. It would be helpful to have your order number with the names and email addresses of your substitutions ready to share with our representative.
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Scholarships & Helper Positions
The Conscious Discipline event scholarship covers tuition fees and course materials for this workshop. Travel, accommodations, meals and any special discount packages are not covered. If you have registered for this event and you are selected to receive a scholarship, your registration fees will be refunded.
If you are selected to receive a scholarship, you are required to stay at the host hotel and understand that you may be requested to write a very brief article of your experience that will likely be published in our online newsletter, announced in an email and/or posted on our website.
Prior scholarship recipients are not eligible and the scholarship is not transferable.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
This Workshop offered by Conscious Discipline, LLC is approved for CEUs through Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW). Attendees who wish to obtain CEUs, must apply through CUW at www.cuw.edu/apply.
Integrate SEL and self-regulation into everyday interactions and structured activities.
An estimated 1 in 54 children in the United States have Autism Spectrum Disorder (CDC, 2020). Ineffective SEL instruction strongly contributes to academic difficulties and poor post-school outcomes for these children. Conscious Discipline’s adult-first, transformational and trauma-responsive approach provides adults with a clear pathway for preparing these children with the connections and skills required for lifelong success.
At this two-day workshop, Dr. Becky Bailey, Master Instructor Kim Jackson, and Certified Instructor Cheryl Cotter will teach you how to use Conscious Discipline with children who have ASD. You’ll learn evidence-based strategies to create a cooperative, compassionate, equitable and sustainable educational culture in which all children can thrive.
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.
Meet Your Facilitators
Dr. Becky A. Bailey
Dr. Becky Bailey is an award-winning author, renowned educator and internationally recognized expert in childhood education and developmental psychology. She is the creator of Conscious Discipline, an adult-first, trauma-responsive program that empowers adults to become more resilient, more compassionate and better equipped to handle whatever challenges, conflicts or upsets life sends their way. Through Conscious Discipline, Dr. Bailey has inspired and trained more than 3.5 million educators and caregivers, impacting an estimated 20 million children. She has authored 21 books related to guidance and discipline, several of which have won national awards. She currently has over 2.5 million books in circulation.
Kim Jackson is a master teacher who is dedicated to providing the very best learning experiences possible for children, educators and families. She graduated from Winthrop University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, worked in the public schools of North and South Carolina for over 23 years, and was a leader for modeling best practices in the North Carolina Preschool Demonstration Program. Kim has extensive experience working with children with autism, and she provides teacher training at the local, state and national level.
Cheryl Cotter holds a Master of Education degree and is a special educator with over 20 years of experience in training, coaching and consultation in schools and for community agencies. She is a Conscious Discipline Certified Instructor and has completed advanced training in a variety of therapeutic interventions for individuals with autism spectrum disorder, anxiety and social-emotional challenges.