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Workshop SectionWorkshop SectionASD Girls on the Spectrum . . . ~ June 5, 2024
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DepartmentDepartmentESU#3 Student Services
Primary ContactPrimary ContactAmy Harvey
Facilitator(s)Teri McGill

Girls on the Spectrum (Girls with Autism with Average to Above Average Cognition and Verbal Skills) : Hidden in Plain Sight   Flyer

Teri McGill - Metro Region ASD Network Coordinator
Beth Klootwyk - School Psychologist Elkhorn Public Schools
Nicole Heller - School Psychologist- Elkhorn Public Schools
Jennifer Johnson - School Psychologist- Wahoo Public Schools
Marci Haight - Northeast Region ASD Network Coordinator               

Audience:  All special education and general education teachers, counselors, psychologists,  parents, Administrators, and other professionals working with females on the autism spectrum.

Participants will learn:
•Prevalence of girls on the spectrum along with the difficulties identifying girls on the     autism spectrum                   
•Red flags and characteristics specific to females and how females on the spectrum often  
  camouflage or mask key characteristics
•Consequences of not identifying girls on the spectrum
•Conditions that can co-exist in females with autism
•Specialized instruction and strategies to support girls with autism in the school setting
Special Note: 
This training will include a panel of females on the spectrum to give participants first-hand insight on how autism effects them during their day-to-day life.

LocationESU 3
StatusStatusThis section is currently open.
26 Registered
15 Minimum; 65 Maximum; 28 Lunch Count
Section Date(s)
DateStart TimeStop Time
June 05, 20248:30 AM 3:30 PM
Registration DeadlineMay 31, 2024
Event ID22026
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Pricing Information
 Who     Registration Fee     Default Price 
 Everyone      $30.00  Yes 

Materials FeeMaterials Fee: $0.00
LunchYes, lunch is provided.
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