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May 1, 2012 - April 30, 2013
The ASERT (Autism Services, Education, Resources and Training) Collaborative is a partnership of medical centers, autism research and service centers, universities, community organizations, and other providers of services involved in the treatment and care of adults and children with autism.
To register, you can go directly to the conference registration site:
Or, if you set up an account last year through the SINGLE-ENTRY BAS TRAINING SYSTEMS PAGE you may register through your master login account. Visit www.bastrainings.org – login and choose BAS Live Training Registration (Coursewhere) to begin your registration.
For detailed information about the PATC registration, costs, sessions and exhibitors, please click here.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE: This conference will focus on addressing real-life situations faced by those who work directly with individuals with autism, from the youngest children to older adults. The presenters will share strategies that exemplify best and most current practices developed in Pennsylvania and by nationally recognized autism experts. Participants should be prepared to consider challenges for those individuals with autism they currently support. Each session will offer practical strategies and solutions that can improve the quality of life for people with ASD and their families.
WHO SHOULD GO: Adult Autism Waiver providers, ACAP provider network, adult service providers, direct service staff professionals, BHRS professional staff, diagnosticians, educators, vocational counselors, employment providers, clinicians, nurses, pediatricians, MH clinicians, family members/caregivers, individuals with ASD
Tuesday, 6/11: BAS Adult Autism Program Providers Day: Not open to the general public
Wednesday, 6/12: Rob W. Hoffman, Business Engagement: When Businesses Hire for Their Reasons, Not Ours
Thursday, 6/13: Michael L. Wehmeyer, PhD, Self-Determination: A Gateway to a Better Future
Plus Breakout Session Topics: Employment; employer engagement; improving adolescent and adult social functioning; positive approaches in crisis situations; discharge planning; postsecondary transitions; self-determination; community inclusion; clinical service models; transition to adulthood.
This conference is approved to meet ACT 62 Behavior Specialist licensing requirements, and for continuing education for Board Certified Behavior Analysts, PA Educators, Social Workers, National Board Certified Counselors, and Psychologists. General Continuing Education hours are offered for nurses and other medical professionals.