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Preparing My Child with Autism to Transition to Adulthood

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All parents have concerns as their children transition from teen years into adulthood. Every parent wants to see their child become happy, active, and productive members of society, while finding their purpose in life.

For parents of youth with autism, there can be additional concerns as their children move into the next chapter of their lives.

To help parents and caregivers, we will be presenting a 1-hour webinar called Preparing My Child with Autism to Transition to Adulthood. This webinar will focus on helping parents prepare their transition-aged children for life beyond high school.

The webinar took place on March 27, 2019, at 2:30pm AST. You can download a recording of the webinar for $9.95 (taxes included).

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About the Instructor

Amanda Randall, M. Ed., BCBA, has worked with interdisciplinary teams of service providers, psychiatrists, and other clinicians to structure comprehensive behaviour and medical plans for adults and children with various disabilities. Amanda is passionate about the success of individuals with all disabilities. She is currently a doctoral candidate in education psychology at the University of West Virginia.

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