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PEPSA Regional Training: Selecting & Using Evidence-Based Practices with High School Students on the Autism Spectrum
Despite federal mandates for the use of evidence-based practices (EBPs), there are few resources to support professionals in determining how to select EBPs that align with goals, and student, practitioner and school factors that may impact implementation of and response to selected EBPs. The Center on Secondary Education for Students with Autism (CSESA) developed a step-by-step process to support practitioners in selecting and using EBPs for common target skills for students with autism in secondary settings as part of the Promoting Responsibility, Independence, and Self-Management (PRISM). The training will provide guidance for full PRISM process, including how to select EBPs with student goals, plan activities that address individual goals and educational standards, implement specific EBPs, and monitor student progress and fidelity of implementation of EBPs, including sharing free, web-based resources to support all steps in the process. The presentation will include information about specific EBPs (e.g., self-management, peer-mediated interventions, social narratives) and provide visual and video examples of intervention materials and implementation.

Jul 21, 2021 08:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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