Transitions can be difficult for all people but may be especially difficult for school-aged children and teens with autism approaching milestone transitions like starting a job, starting a new school, or beginning their journey to independent living.
In this free educational webinar, participants will learn about the research surrounding strategies and predictors that can lead to positive outcomes during the transition to adulthood.
If you are a parent, caretaker, or educator of a school-age child or teen with autism, this webinar may help guide you and your family or student as you begin making life transitions.
This webinar will be hosted online by SARRC using Zoom video communication. After you register online, you will receive an email with instructions on how to join the Wednesday, Sept. 16 webinar.
About the presenter
Megan, M.Ed., BCBA, Senior Clinical Consultant – Education and Consultation
Megan Mann is a Senior Clinical Consultant and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) at SARRC. Megan received her Bachelor’s degree (2007) and Master’s degree (2011) in Special Education Consultation and Collaboration with an emphasis in autism. Megan has experience implementing Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT), Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT), Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), and augmentative communication devices. She joined SARRC in January 2008.