Upcoming Learning Deck: Maximizing the Benefits of Shared Story Reading for Young Children with Autism and Developmental Disabilities

February 17, 2017

Wednesday, March 15th, 2:00 - 3:00 PM EST

Facilitator: Veronica Fleury, PhD, BCBA-D

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Reading to young children is a developmentally appropriate practice common in many homes and early childhood classrooms. Shared reading is also an excellent context to teach important early literacy skills that can provide the foundation for reading success. Many children with autism and other developmental disabilities may require behavioral supports and reading modifications to encourage active participation in shared book reading. This webinar will cover practical, evidence-based strategies that caregivers, teachers, and other adults can immediately implement to increase the quantity and quality of shared reading experiences.

 

Approved by:

  • Illinois Early Intervention Training Program for 

    • 0.5 credit hours in the area of Atypical Development 

    • 0.5 credit hours in the area of Intervention 

  • Eligible for 1 Type 2 BCBA CE

$25 for DEC members 

$35 for non-members 

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