Introduction to In-Home Training and Parent Training - 007953
In-home/community-based training and parent training are two of the 11 strategies that are on the Commissioner's rules that districts are to address with students who meet eligibility for special education services under autism. In-Home training/parent training is based upon a collaborative approach between school staff and home. This introductory training is for those who are relatively new to providing these services to students with ASD. The focus will be on the sensitivity of going into the home and working with families. Participants will review the in-home training assessment process and sample documentation forms. This session will also provide an overview of goal writing and the legal background of IHT/PT services.

Audiences Diagnosticians, Teacher - Special Education, Charter School Personnel, Paraprofessionals

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