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Evidence Based Practices During Daily Routines Ages 0-3 (Tri-State Webinar)

Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff, Parents | Topic: Autism, Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education

On-Demand format. Evidence Based Practices During Daily Routines Ages 0-3 (Tri-State Webinar)
On-Demand format

Originally Aired: April 22, 2020
Presented by  Teri McGill M.Ed., BCBA & Annette Wragge M.Ed., BCBA

About this Webinar

Home Based Early Intervention services for young children with Autism or Developmental Delays are provided in the natural environment which is often in the family home. School based teams spend time doing Routine Based Interview (RBI) and other assessments with the family in order to learn about the child and the family's daily routines. Once outcomes are determined it is important for the team to go one more step and determine specific Evidence Based Practices that can be used during the family's daily routine to improve child outcomes. This webinar will describe a variety of Evidence Based Strategies that can be used with families during daily routines.

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This webinar is posted on our Tri-State Partner's website.

To view this webinar visit the Nebraska Autism Spectrum Disorders Network webpage to view this webinar. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn a Evidence Based Practices (EBP) that are effective for young children with Autism and other Developmental Disabilities
  • Understand how EBP can be used in daily routines to increase child outcomes
  • Understand how to embed EBP into daily routines and activities

About the Presenter

Teri McGill

Teri McGill taught Early Childhood Special Education for Lincoln Public Schools in Nebraska for 18 years. She is currently a Regional Coordinator for the Nebraska ASD Network. As a regional Coordinator Teri presents on a variety of topics related to Autism and provides consultation and coaching for educators working with students Birth-21 with Autism or related disorders in her region. Teri holds a Master’s Degree in Special Education from University of NE-Lincoln and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).


Contact Information

CDE Autism Team


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