Developing Our Sensory and Social Self-Advocacy Abilities: Using The Integrated Self-Advocacy ISA Curriculum at Home, Work or School
Presented by Valerie Paradiz, PhD, Chloe Rothschild, Campbell Teague, Jeremy Sicile-Kira at the Fall 2012 Autism Research Institute Conference
Chloe Rothschild is a young adult with Autism. She is a self advocate who lives in Ohio with her family. Chloe is a talented writer, she has her own blog: “Oh The Places I’ll Go: Finding My Way With Autism”, and she also writes for an E-Magazine called Special-Ism once a month. Chloe is a youth leader for AGI. Her areas of interest include: self-regulation, sensory differences, communication challenges, meltdowns, self-advocacy, trauma, and other topics as well.
Upcoming Webinar: 08/19/2020, 1 PM Eastern Time (U.S.) Research demonstrates the effectiveness of Family-Centered Transition Planning in increasing student and parent expectations for adult life, student career decision-making, and student participation in employment
In 2017, Autism Canada, The Pacific Autism Family Network, and ARI facilitated a think tank on ASD in adulthood and later life in Vancouver, BC. Meetings focused on collaboration around common priorities