TCASE Autism Conference

Why should you attend?
  • Learn best practices and practical strategies for supporting students with autism spectrum disorder.
  • Collaborate with colleagues in other Texas districts to share best practices and supports for students.
  • Earn CEU’s by attending. CEU’s will qualify for professional certification as a Certified Autism Specialist or Autism Certificate.

Who should attend?

The TCASE Autism Conference is designed for educators and paraprofessionals who are responsible for supporting individuals on the autism spectrum.

Topics Include:

  • Strategies for supporting general education teachers;
  • Social communication and interaction;
  • Dealing with aggression and behavior issues;
  • Sexuality and education;
  • Video modeling and the use of apps;
  • Bullying from a legal and district perspective.

Featured Speakers:

Kathy Fad, B.A., M.Ed., Ph.D; Edward Clouser, MA, M.Ed, BCBA; Melanie Johnston, MA, SLP, CAS; Paula Roalson, JD

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TCASE Interactive 2016

Every July, TCASE hosts a summer convention that provides networking and professional development opportunities for professionals who serve special education programs in Texas public schools.

We are excited to welcome you to TCASE Interactive 2016 at the JW Marriott in Austin.

The host hotel is the largest JW Marriott in the United States and offers 1,012 elegant, over-sized guest rooms, countless amenities and superior location near the best entertainment options Austin has to offer.

With several restaurants and a Starbucks Coffee, convention attendees have several on-site options for dining and java.

TCASE Interactive also offers what you have come to know and expect from TCASE convention, with time-critical content that helps you run your programs, unparalleled networking opportunities with Texas special education leaders, and an expo hall with leading service and product providers in your field.

You will not want to miss TCASE Interactive 2016.

With the demand for autism experts and autism therapists on the rise, it is more important than ever for teachers and health professionals to have some form of ASD training. At IBCCES, we are committed to providing professional development training through our Autism Certification.

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