University of Washington Autism Center

The UW Autism Center is an organization devoted to supporting individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorders.

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Addressing Challenging Behaviors - UW Autism

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Are challenging behaviors impacting your classroom? Do you know why they are happening? Do you know what to do about them? Our Transforming Challenging Behaviors in your School and Community course on March 29 & 30, 2017 from 8:30am-3:30pm will help you learn how to identify challenging behaviors and teach skills to replace them. For more information and to register, click here: http://depts.washington.edu/uwautism/training/for-families/addressing-challenging-behaviors/#transforming

depts.washington.edu Addressing Challenging Behaviors The UW Autism Center is excited to offer workshops on Addressing Challenging Behaviors. Parents, teachers, and providers will learn practical strategies to increase positive behaviors and prevent challenging behaviors. These workshops are led by our team of BCBAs.…

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APEX Summer Camp is now open for applications. Apply now for summer 2017! http://depts.washington.edu/apex/apex/Home.html

depts.washington.edu Apex Summer Camp - UW Autism Center - Box 357920 - Seattle, WA 98195 - apex@uw.edu - 206.221.CAMP (2267) - Fax: 206.685.8490

The Art of Autism

New opportunity for visual artist came through today - have your art on a notebook that goes out to 1000 people through ANCOR.

Museum of Special Art - MOSA | Calling All Artists

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Calling all artists with autism! MOSA is doing an "Inner Reflections" Exhibition from April 1 through June 30. If you have artwork you would like to share or sell, sign up now. Deadline for entry is March 17.

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Do you work with children with autism? Are you feeling challenged writing clear, measurable goals? Join us for our Educator Training: Goal-Writing Workshop on February 27 & March 6 from 5:30-7:00 pm. All are welcome, from seasoned professional looking to brush up skills to those just beginning to write goals who need extra guidance. This workshop is designed to provide a collaborative space for professionals in school and clinic settings to work through writing goals for children with autism. For more information and to register, go here: http://depts.washington.edu/uwautism/training/for-professionals/educator-training-series/#goal

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Seattle Pacific University's School of Psychology, Family, and Community is holding a free speaker series this evening from 7 pm to 8:30 pm in 150 Demaray Hall on Adolescent Sleep Challenges Across the Developmental Spectrum. More information included in the flyer.

Our inaugural benefit dinner was a success! We appreciate all of the support from the community and hope everyone had a wonderful time. Many thanks to our supporters, volunteers, and staff that all came together to make this evening truly illuminated and wonderful!

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