Help your students become socially competent

FriendsOneInWheelchairFor some of your students, making friends may be difficult. Learn how to help them develop relationships in Friendship 101: Helping Students Build Social Competence, a Convention Workshop. Based on the book of the same name, workshop leaders & book authors Kelly Whalon & Juliet Hart Barnett will teach you how to:

  • Learn to enhance the social competence of students with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities with a range of instructional strategies.
  • Describe important social skill targets for children and youth with ASD and DD.
  • Implement user-friendly assessment methods to determine instructional targets for important social skills.

Register today and help your students develop life-long friendships.

Already registered for the convention? You can add this or any of our workshops to your registration by calling Customer Service at 888-232-7733.

Author: Megan Jones (CEC)

CEC's Marketing & Communications Coordinator. Washington State native, Game of Thrones addict, unable to cook much more than pasta and even that is sometimes pushing it.

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