Project ImPACT Introductory Workshop
$525
Project ImPACT Introductory Workshop

Project ImPACT Introductory Workshop

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Project ImPACT Introductory Workshop

ABOUT PROJECT IMPACT

Project ImPACT is an evidence-based intervention that teaches social communication to children with autism spectrum (ASD) and related disorders ages 18 months to 6 years. It uses a blend of developmental and naturalistic behavioral intervention strategies that are compatible with a variety of intervention models. It can be used as a direct intervention or a parent-mediated intervention. The parent training component uses effective methods for coaching parents and can be implemented in either an individual or group format.

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

This 2-day workshop (May 16-17, 8:30AM-4:00PM) is open to providers who would like to use the Project ImPACT intervention with children with ASD and related disorders. The workshop will use a combination of lecture, role play, and small group discussion to introduce attendees to the Project ImPACT intervention techniques. Attendees will also learn how to use the Project ImPACT curriculum to teach parents of children with autism to promote social communication during daily routines and activities. Attendees must complete a 6-hour Online Tutorial prior to attending the workshop. You will be sent a link to the tutorial a minimum of 2 weeks before the workshop.

The cost of the 2-day Workshop with the Online Tutorial will be $525, and will include the curriculum, Teaching Social Communication to Children with Autism, Trainer and Parent manual set. Breakfast and lunch will be provided and CEUs for ASHA, State Board, and Social Work will be available.


ABOUT THE TRAINERS

The workshop will be conducted by Brooke Ingersoll, Ph.D. and her staff at Michigan State University. Dr. Ingersoll is a licensed psychologist, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and one of the developers of the curriculum. She has published numerous research articles and book chapters on evidence-based interventions for children with autism spectrum disorders.

This course is offered for 1.15 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area)

Financial Disclosure - Dr. Ingersoll is the developer and author of the required text, "Teaching Social Communication to Children with Autism." Dr. Ingersoll is also a faculty member of MSU, and the Director of the MSU Autism Laboratory. All proceeds from sales of the text and this presentation go to support the MSU Autism Research Lab. Course Content Disclosure - The event focuses on Project Impact procedures and the text. No other information on similar products, services, or texts will be provided.

Nonfinancial - No relevant nonfinancial relationships exist.
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