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ASD Training: Tri-State Webinar Series On-Demand


Tri-State Webinar Series

This is a collaborative project between the Colorado Department of Education, Kansas TASN Autism and Tertiary Behaviors Supports Group, and the Nebraska Autism Supports Network. To receive credit and a training certificate for the webinar class, please answer the study questions for the corresponding webinar. Send the completed questions along with your name, job title, and school district to Amanda Timmerman.  After review of the questions, you will receive a certificate of participation.


About ASD

ASD and Girls


Catatonia and Autism (2-Part Series)


An Introduction to High Functioning Autism

Introduction to Autism Disorders


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Bullying and the Autism Spectrum

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ASD and Literacy (2-Part Series)


Data Collection: Four Steps to Behavior Change (4-Part Series)


Developing an Overall Classroom Schedule


Elements of Structured Teaching (5-Part Series)

Part 1:  The Principles of Structured Teaching

Part 2:  Physical Structure and Overall Classroom Schedules

Part 3: Assessing Schedules/Work Systems

Part 4:  Teaching Routines & Strategies

Part 5:  Visual Structure of Tasks


Every Second Counts: Embedding Functional Learning Throughout the School Day


Essential Elements for Every Classroom with a Student with ASD


Getting Ready for Your New Student with ASD (2-Part Series)


Including Students with ASD in Specialist Classrooms

Low Tech Engagement for High Tech Classrooms


Maximizing the Impact of Para-Educators


Motivating Learning Participants with the 7 Steps of Earning Instructional Control (3-Part Series)


Preparing for Non-Routine Events


Programming for Middle and High School Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (4-Part Series)

Part 1:  Using Assessment and Curriculum Guides to Direct Programming for Middle and High School Students with ASD

Part 2: Developing Routines and Independence Using Task Analysis

Part 3: Developing and Implementing Age-Appropriate Visual Supports for School and Community Environments

Part 4:  Developing and Implementing Visual Supports for Social, Communication and Behavioral Skills


Standards-Based Education


The Skills That Matter: Teaching Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Competencies in Any Classroom


Supporting Literacy in Individuals with Autism through the Use of Assistive Technologies


Transition Assessment Tools


Transitions: Class to Class and Building to Building


Verbal Behavior (2-Part Series)

Part 1:  Teaching Using Verbal Behavior Strategies

Part 2:  Using Verbal Behavior Strategies in Your Classroom

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Early Childhood


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Executive Function

Executive Functioning (4-Part Series)

Part 1 - Overview

Part 2 - A Closer Look

Part 3 - Job Talk

Part 4 - STOP

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Parent/Family Image (Extra Small)Family/Parents

How to Develop an Autism Parent Training Series in Your District and Increase Collaboration and Engagement with Families

Working with Students and Parents from Poverty

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Your Work is as Good As You Are

Presented By: Sharon Krupa-Sirotek, Ph.D

Sensory Processing


  • April 5, 2017:  Overview and Strategies
    • Presented by Cara Woundy, M.S. OTR/L, M.Ed., CAGS and Jamie Lewis, M.S., OTR/L
  • April 22, 2017:  Self-Advocacy and Strategies
    • Presented by Judy Endow, MSW and Cara Woundy, M.S., OTR/L, M.Ed., CAGS

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Social Skills

Social Skills:  Expanding The World Through Social Development: Your “Wh” Questions (3-Part Series)

Part 1 - Early Social Communicators

Part 2 - Emerging Social Communicators

Part 3 - Conversational Social Communicators

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Middle and High School Transition (4-Part Series)

Part 1 - Targeting Skills for Adult Independence

  • PowerPoint
  • Learner Objectives
  • Study Questions
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Part 2 - Transition Planning for Competent Adulthood

  • PowerPoint
  • Learner Objectives
  • Study Questions
  • View the Webinar

Part 3 - The Central Importance of Sexual Education in ASD

  • PowerPoint
  • Learner Objectives
  • Study Questions
  • View the Webinar

Part 4 - Person-Centered Planning for the Future

  • PowerPoint
  • Learner Objectives
  • Study Questions
  • View the Webinar

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January 2017

Sex Abuse Prevention through Sex Education Training: How Reducing the Amount of Touch, Talk, and Trust with our Clients/Students can Actually Increase Their Safety in Relationships

  • November 30, 2016:  Part 1
    • Presented by Michelle Grayson-Feldman, M.S.Ed.
  • December 1, 2016: Part 2
    • Presented by Michelle Grayson-Feldman, M.S.Ed.

Picky Eaters: Facts and Interventions

  • January 11, 2017: Part 1
    • Presented by Janine Kesterson, BCBA-D and Melinda Henson, M.Ed., BCBA
  • January 18, 2017: Part 2
    • Presented by Janine Kesterson, BCBA-D and Melinda Henson, M.Ed., BCBA



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