Part 1: Best Practices for Working with Young Children on the Autism Spectrum who are Non-Verbal

Since all behavior is a form of communication, it’s critical that teachers understand the various behaviors that are common to young children with ASD and what purpose they might serve.

Since all behavior is a form of communication, it’s critical that teachers understand the various behaviors that are common to young children with ASD and what purpose they might serve. We will explore self-regulation and behavioral strategies as well as sensory-integration activities. Participants will leave with resources that support their immediate application in the classroom

Intended Audience

Grades K-12 Special Educators
Administrators
Curriculum Specialists
Instructional Coaches

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