Better Outcomes in Autism Units

Then end is near! Some of you will be ending your school year so soon you can practically taste it… others of you have some time to go yet- Either way I’m sure it will feel like an eternity!

Are you already plotting your vacation highlights? Will it include rest, relaxation, and a real vacation? Maybe margaritas, mimosas, and mid-day naps? Or are you like me? You’ll be planning and plotting for next school year soon after this one ends.

Yeah, I can’t help it either. For my soul-sistas and brothas amongst you who are already thinking ahead and also to those of you who have just finished your first year in a self contained classroom or Autism Unit, CHEERS! I have something special to share!

Managing Behaviors in Autism Units

I have been hunkering down in my workshop (a little corner of my bedroom to be exact), plotting a new idea I am really excited about. I’ve been talking to followers and classroom teachers about what direction I should go in with this… to be honest, I’ve been nervous about sharing it, but I can’t keep it under wraps any longer!

I am working on a new course called (tentatively) “Get Control! A Step-by-Step Guide to Managing Behaviors in an Autism Unit.

I will be going over tips and tools to help you effectively address problem behaviors with better outcomes, and taking your questions along the way.

If you would be interested in being a part of the first small group to participate, please “raise your hand” by opting in

I’m forming the first group now and will send you a secret link to join once the first part of the program is ready for you. This is getting sent to my subscribers, whom I love. If you know of another teacher who may want to participate, please send them to this page.

Thanks to all of you and I hope the hours fly by until that last bell rings for the year!

Get Control! A Step-by-Step Guide to

Managing Behaviors in an Autism Unit

Get Control! A Step-by-Step Guide to Managing Behaviors in an Autism Unit

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