We are pleased to offer many popular autism webinars in a recorded format. Watch what you want, when you want for free.
Making the Parent/Professional Relationship Work
Working together as a team helps keep the focus on the needs of the child.
Impact of Autism: Taking Care of the Caregiver
Some stress can be a good thing, but too much can negatively impact your child and you.
This workshop explores the four core areas affected by ASD: communication, social interaction, sensory issues, and how an individual may think and learn.
After the Diagnosis series (Part 1 of 4)
Learn how ASD may affect the way your child communicates and interacts, the behavior and emotional challenges they may face, and how they may think and learn differently.
After the Diagnosis series (Part 2 of 4)
Learn about early intervention, including an overview on joint attention and social engagement, the foundations for success in social communication.
After the Diagnosis series (Part 3 of 4)
Learn about some reasons for challenging behavior in young children with ASD and explore strategies to prevent and respond to those behaviors.
After the Diagnosis series (Part 4 of 4)
Learn how to find local resources, ways to connect to parent support, and some techniques to help manage the emotions that come with receiving the diagnosis.
Understanding and Addressing Problem Behavior (Part 1)
This webinar provides a basic understanding of problem behavior and why it occurs.
Understanding and Addressing Challenging Behaviors (Part 2)
This webinar helps viewers understand strategies that hep prevent problem behaviors.
Your Teen Just Turned 18
Your child’s 18th birthday brings a flurry of anxiety and activity. What should a parent do? This webinar about autism explains what to do when and how to decide what you should do for your child.
NC ABLE Account: What You Need to Know
ABLE accounts administered by the State Treasurer enable qualified individuals with autism to save without endangering SSDI, Medicaid, and other supports.
Safety Considerations for Caregivers
Learn about general safety considerations for parents, family members, and community caregivers. Learn how to be proactive and where to find safety resources.
IEP Basics: Frequently Asked Questions
Get answers about Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). Learn about their importance, how to navigate the process, and special-education law.
The 3 Most Important Questions on Your IEP
At the start of developing an Individualized Education Program, parents are asked three questions. Learn how to answer them to build the best IEP for your child.
Smoothing the Transition Back to School
Learn how to smooth your family’s transition to the school year with strategies to prepare your child for changes. Also learn how to introduce teachers to your unique child.
Taking Autism on the Road
Learn how to prepare and support a child with autism before and during various community outings such as medical appointments.
Autism Guardianship: What You Need to Know
What is autism guardianship? Who needs it? How do you set it up? What are the alternatives? This workshop will help parents make decisions for their family. SSI is also covered.
Preparing for College Starts at Home
Learn about non-academic skills essential for college success and independent living, and ideas for working on them at home with your child of any age.
Residential Options for Adults with Autism
Learn how to start planning for the adult phase of parenting a child on the spectrum. Learn about residential options, from independent living to a group setting.
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Together, we can help individuals with autism build fulfilling lives and contribute to their communities through their unique gifts.