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We are busy getting prepared for our first benefit dinner in only 2 weeks and are looking forward to good food, some excellent auction items, and a great time with our friends! If you haven't bought a ticket, there are still a limited number available.
illuminatingautism.bpt.me Dinner to benefit Autism Clinical Services - Training - Research - Outreach
Does your child exhibit difficult behaviors that you are struggling to manage? Registration is still open for our Challenging Behaviors Series in Tacoma on January 25 and February 1. For more information visit the link!
depts.washington.edu Addressing Challenging Behaviors The UW Autism Center is excited to offer workshops on Addressing Challenging Behaviors. Parents, teachers, and providers will learn practical strategies to increase positive behaviors and prevent challenging behaviors. These workshops are led by our team of BCBAs.…
There are still spots available for our Social Skills workshop designed for SLPs, educators and other providers. Register here: http://depts.washington.edu/uwautism/training/for-professionals/educator-training-series/#social
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Another great story of how one parent used something their child was fond of to break through communication barriers.
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