W-08: How the School Psychologist Can Support Educators to Increase Positive Behaviors and Classroom Participation of Students with ASD

9:00AM – 12:00PM | Regency C

Students with ASD often display challenging behaviors that impede their academic, adaptive and social development and school psychologists are often called upon to provide support to the teaching team. This session will describe how to support the understanding and use of evidence-based practices (EBPs) for individuals affected by ASD to promote positive prosocial behaviors that result in increased student engagement and well-being. The presenter will guide participants in how to use the research-based resources and EBPs. The participants will also learn which EBPs can be easily integrated into whole class universal interventions and instruction, which can be used for small group interventions and how to integrate EBPs into individual behavior intervention plans.

Ann England, M.A. is the Co-Coordinator of California Autism Professional Training and Information Network (CAPTAIN) and the Project Coordinator of the SELPA Content Lead Grant in ASD in partnership with Marin County SELPA. Ann is also a PENT Leader (Positive Environments, Network of Trainers). She has served as an appointee to the CDE Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIP) Stakeholder Workgroup to provide oversight of, and technical assistance and monitoring to LEAs regarding changes to the requirements related to the identification and provision of behavioral intervention services included in AB 86 and member of the Task Force on Education and Professional Development of the Legislative Blue Ribbon Commission on ASD.

Laura Blackburn, M.A., Program Specialist/School Psychologist, Placer County SELPA. Regional Implementation Lead, SELPA Content Lead-ASD, Statewide System of Support.

Note: Workshop handouts will be placed online prior to the event. CASP will charge $10 per day for anyone requesting printed handouts.
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