Work Incentives Planning and Assistance-Taking the next step on your Employment Journey!

This presentation will introduce Social Security Work Incentives, options available to maintain healthcare while working (Medicare and Medicaid), Ticket to Work and the employment network’s responsibilities to help Social Security Disability Beneficiaries through the Vocational Rehabilitation process. In addition, Social Security Disability Beneficiaries will be given the opportunity to information on connecting with a Community Work Incentive Counselor, which starts the process of giving each beneficiary an informed choice concerning pursuing employment. Customers and potential customers, all Social Security beneficiaries, and community partners are encouraged to attend.


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Lifelong Learning Consulting

Providing continuing education alternatives for students with special needs. We are private fee based consulting group, which assist in facilitating the movement of students with special needs to a supportive post high school program.


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Autistry Studios – building a working ASD community

Janet Lawson and Dan Swearingen, founders of Autistry Studios and the parents of an autistic teenager will discuss their journey creating a program to support ASD individuals. Over the last 6 years they have grown their therapeutic pre-vocational program from 4 students to over 50 students. They have created a new approach they call Project-Based Therapy and have also launched the Autistry Model Employment Program. They will talk about the many lessons they have learned, the methods and interventions that have worked, and those that haven’t worked.


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Transition it starts early and is an ongoing process

This webinar will focus on a wide variety of topics and issues related to transition. Many different aspects of transition are examined from a variety of different vantage points and perspectives. Transition planning is a life-long process but critical during the secondary years to insure that appropriate annual goals and IEP services are developed that will support the students’ hopes and dreams. In other words, developing transition plans help the student, the family and the school stay focused on the future. The expected student outcome is demonstration of knowledge and awareness regarding major issues related to transition.


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From our F.A.M.I.L.Y. to Yours – Creating a Financial Blueprint for Autism

A real-life, step-by-step guide to help families living with Autism navigate the future. Greg uses practical knowledge based on his own son’s diagnosis in 1996. Raising a child with autism presents extraordinary circumstances that require specific attention in order to design a plan that exclusively suits each family. Look back at the Zibricky Family’s achievements, their miss-steps, what’s coming up in the near future, and their long-range plan.


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Myths Vs. Reality: What diet for autism really is and how to manage the change

Learn the essential dietary changes to make for nutritional intervention in autism, why it’s important and how to simplify it all to fit your family’s needs. Discover practical strategies to make the transition easier and get results quicker.


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Is there a reason for seemingly purposeless behavior? HANDLE says Yes

Many children and adults on the autism spectrum have repetitive , specific behaviors including hand-flapping, rocking back and forth, jumping, and switching the lights on and off. These behaviors have often been termed “slimming” (suggesting that their purpose is to self-stimulate), considered disruptive and disturbing, and responded to as such. HANDLE recognizes that these behaviors are a form of non-verbal communication and view these behaviors from a perspective that involves acceptance, compassion and curiosity, and assumes that each of these behaviors actually has a reason or purpose that can open the door to learning a lot about the swimming person’s sensory processing and neurodevelopment.


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Fitness for the Autism Population by Eric Chessen


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