Improving Self-Regulation and Decreasing Disruptive Behavior for Kids with...

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Presented by: Melisa Genaux, M.Ed.

Hosted by: UF Health/Jacksonville CARD - UF Health FDLRS-MDC

Training Description:

In this presentation, Ms. Genaux will provide information on handling the most common behavior issues specifically assocaited with working with kids with high-functioning autism (formerly Asperger syndrome). She will cover strategies for replacing behaviors that can be disruptive to friendship building; reading the environment; and classroom instruction such as arguing, meltdowns over changes in routine, topic preservation, rules policing, and work refusal.

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Participants will be able to:

  • Identify specific characteristics of high-functioning autism and their related behavioral and learning issues.
  • Implement strategies for effectively working with students with high-functioning autism.

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