Handouts are online – View handouts .pdf
Updates on the use of technology – focusing on ‘apps’ for iPads and other devices – to improve the quality of life for individuals with ASD. The session will include an overview of various tools that are available to enhance functional communication skills, provide visual supports for learning, and tools to support daily living.
Traci Sutton, M.S., CCC-SLP received her BS Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Oklahoma State University and her MS in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. She has experience in the public school system, where she worked with one of the district’s inclusive Autism Programs. Currently, Traci is an Educational Consultant for School Support Services, OUHSC Project PEAK; Co-Presenter for the Autism Registry Training for Oklahoma educators, OUHSC Centers for Learning and Leadership; and has a private practice in Norman, OK
Learn skills to manage day-to-day, resources for virtual social interactions, and general guidelines about coping with the lockdown for individuals with ASD and their families. Handouts are online
Immersive virtual reality therapy can help some children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) overcome their phobias, according to researchers in Britain. Morag Maskey and colleagues note that anxiety