Free Training on Social Skills and ASD

FREE TRAINING for families, caregivers, community members and individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

SOCIAL SKILLS AND ASD: Understanding and Fostering Social Interactions, an online presentation to provide information and answer questions about social interactions, hosted by the integrated Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (iCASD) at the Munroe-Meyer Institute.

PRESENTATION TOPICS COVERED:
- Friendship skills
- Promoting social interactions
- Strategies for teaching or practicing new skills
- Communication training

REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Once you register for the FREE event, you will get an automated email with the zoom link/information.

QUESTIONS?
Email Dr. Mary Halbur (mary.halbur@unmc.edu)

FUNDING
This project is partially funded by the Nebraska Council on Developmental Disabilities (NE) Grant: 2021.OGR.01 - Empowering Families of Children with Autism in Nebraska through Community Trainings and Awareness.

Thursday, August 11 at 3:00pm to 4:15pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Outreach

Audience

Public

College/Department

Munroe-Meyer Institute

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