Conference Handouts

Handouts are posted as they are received. Please click on the hyperlinked session name to download the handouts.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Keynote: Defining Autism: From Nonverbal to National Speaker - Kerry Magro

1:30-3:00 Breakout Sessions

Alphabet Soup: Diagnosis and Differentiation of ASD - Barb Stanton and Emily Coler Hanson

Dude Where's My IEP: Succeeding in College with a Learning Disability - Kerry Magro

Autism Spectrum Disorders 101/102 - Shannon Grave and Carol Johnson

Honesty and Transparency in Parenting - Can we be too honest? - Emily Vieweg

3:15-4:45 Breakout Sessions

Engaging with Families and Learning to Prepare for Disasters, Unexpected Situations and the Future for a Child with Special Needs - Vicki Peterson and Nicole Watkins - Handout 2

Social-Emotional Goals Writing for Executive Function and Self-Refulation - Susan Gerenz - Handout 2 - Handout 3 - Handout 4

Make, Take, and Generate - Marcy Szarkowski, Stephanie Nelson, and Connie Lilljord

Autism and Falling in Love - Kerry Magro

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Social Thinking Across a Lifespan: Exploring Foundational Concepts, Frameworks and Strategies - Michelle Garcia Winner

1:30-3:00 Breakout Sessions

Perseveration Annihilation - John Fode

Video Games: Obstruction or Asset - Blake Plankers

The North Dakota Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Database - Kodi Pinks

Steps for Behavior Success - Crystal Henderson

3:15-4:45 Breakout Sessions

Child & Adolescent Groups with ASD - Barb Stanton and Emily Coler Hanson

Behavioral Telehealth Services Across the Lifespan: Reaching Rural North Dakota - Lynn Dodge and Morgan Draxten

Cold Call; Responding to Autism in Emergencies - Trisha Page and Sarah Fuchs

AuSome Art: Teaching Children to Self-Regulate Through Art Education - Caitlin Johnson

Friday, October 20, 2017

The New Look: Old Ways of Thinking About Autism vs. New Ways of Thinking About Autism - John Michael Carley

Please email John Michael Carley if you would like his slides at michaeljohncarley@gmail.com