Carla Butorac has so much to share on behavior and communication for Teachers & parents of students with special needs; an in-depth conference is the perfect way to receive it!
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CONFERENCE TOPICS for Teachers, Professionals and Parents Include:
1. Communication and Vocabulary Materials and Strategies
2. Curriculum Highlights for SRA Language for Learning and the STAR PROGRAM
3. Visual Supports for IAs, Medical Issues, Student Communication and Behaviors
4. Social/Emotional Issues and How We Can Help
5. Strategies for Writing and Teaching Language
Saturday • February 4, 2017 • 8:30 AM — 4:00 PM
Products at conference:
Expanding Expression Tool: Helps Student with Special Needs for both writing and speaking. See how quickly students improve what they have to say! EET Kits available for purchase $249.00
NEW Release "Scripting With Idioms" Book: "I like this!" — Student on autism spectrum following a lesson in Scripting with Idioms by Carla Butorac. Allow students to practice the use of idioms in real life conversations AND access the idioms you want to use—all in one place! Available for purchase $12.00
Carla Butorac is Professional Development Coordinator, a certified Speech/Language Pathologist, published author, and national speaker. She has extensive training in autism spectrum disorders, the Lindamood-Bell programs, SRA reading programs, Instructional Coaching, Crisis Prevention trainings and an array of other important strategies, programs, tools and techniques.
She helps families and educators find their way in special education by providing information, consultation services, strategies, tools and techniques that in too many cases, they’ve never even heard of before.
Carla equipped attendees with valuable insights at the "DSAT Best Practices for Your Student With Special Needs Conference 2016" on ORU Campus. She continues to speak at conferences, workshops, parent groups, non-profit organizations and more. Her audiences include teachers, administrators, parents, speech/language pathologists and other special education staff. Visit her website at behaviorcommunicates.com
Upon request, a Certificate of Completion will be issued to educators, therapists or professionals. It is up to your individual employer, school district or medical practice to determine if CEU's or professional development hours will be awarded.
DSAT wants to offer this conference and Carla's expertise as a boost and a source of help or encouragement to our Teachers, professionals, and parents os students with special needs in our area. We appreciate all that you do! Please join us!
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