This free workshop is a brought to you by OrPATS and NWRESD, and co-sponsored by Willamette ESD...
New Autism Consultant/Specialist Workshop, Part 2
February 27-28, 2019 at WESD from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
The New ASD Consultant/Specialist trainings are offered to provide orientation, information, and resources on topics of interest for new autism consultants and/or specialists. It is also an opportunity to meet with colleagues in the same position throughout the state. The training is available to both regional and district autism consultants.
- Participants do not have to be “new this year”, only newer to the role of a consultant or specialist.
- Content will include information on Oregon ASD Self-Assessment and Action Plan, evidence-based practices for students with Autism, positive behavior supports, transition planning, visual supports, and effective consultation methods.
- This training is not intended to supplement or replace the coursework needed to obtain the TSPC Specialization. We highly encourage staff to obtain the TSPC Specialization offered through Western Oregon University. If you are interested in pursuing the TSPC Specialization, or to get further information on the Specialization, contact Mickey Pardew at WOU (email@example.com).
- Participants may attend part 2 even if they did not attend part 1.
-This free workshop is being provided by funding from OrPATS and is co-sponsored by Willamette ESD.
-ODE grant funding is available for reimbursement of staff substitute pay to cover attendance at OrPATS training. This request must be approved prior to the start of the workshop. With limited funding, approval will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Click to download forms and instructions for submitting your request or visit the OrPATS website. In addition, OrPATS will reimburse school districts for travel expenses for participants needing to travel further than 50 miles from home. If interested, download the travel reimbursement form.
-More details about the workshop can be found on the linked Flyer.
-A total of 12 PDUs will be awarded for attendance.
-Light snacks will be provided, along with coffee and tea.
-Lunch will be on your own (1 hour). There are several nearby restaurants and WESD also has a cafeteria if you would like to bring your own lunch.
-Conference room temperatures can vary throughout the day, therefore, we recommend that you wear layers.
-Persons with disabilities, need of additional accommodations, or a language interpreter, please contact Kathi Dehm, Star Autism Support, 503.297-2864.
For more information, please contact:
-Brenda Hancock,questions regarding the workshop program or attendance.
-Darliene Farrar, questions regarding registration (503.614-1433)