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Autism Workshops for Educators

AutismPro Workshops, the professional development component of AutismPro, provides a cost effective way to train educators and school staff members who work with students with autism, the fastest growing developmental disability in the United States. Featuring up to 45 hours
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AutismPro Workshops, the professional development component of AutismPro, provides a cost-effective way to train educators and school staff members who work with students with autism, the fastest growing developmental disability in the United States.

Featuring up to 45 hours of online content, AutismPro Workshops is a comprehensive, flexible professional development program in which educators learn a range of evidence-based strategies that can be applied to real-world school situations. Topics are explored through easy-to-read instruction, video demonstrations, and case examples from across the autism spectrum. Included are the most commonly used concepts and strategies in the field of autism intervention.

AutismPro Workshops is available for less than $100 per teacher for district implementations. For more information, visit www.AutismPro.com.

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