Many of the TEACCH Tips relate to schedules and transitioning, but sometimes an extra step is needed to help the person with ASD stay regulated and on task.
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TEACCH has a new blog in the Resources section called Caregiver/Client Corner. We will be posting program updates, tips and resources that we hope you will find helpful.
Over the past two months, the TEACCH clinics have been working hard to transition services to telehealth. This method of care involves the use of telephone or video software to provide services to our families. We have been able to see many of our families using these means since March 20th. We are looking forward … Continued
Free, educational webinar with UNC’s Laura Klinger and Kara Hume, “Supporting Individuals with Autism during COVID-19 – Watch recorded webinar in case you missed the live version.
This resource will provide you with ideas on how to support individuals with autism during times of change.
This course provides a theoretical foundation as well as hands-on opportunities to assess and teach individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in a demonstration classroom setting.
Important news for North Carolina families!
Many of them — like SAS, Credit Suisse and Fidelity in the Triangle — are all a little over a year into attempting to make their workplaces and cultures more accessible to those on the autism spectrum.
North Carolina Medicaid has contracted with private health plans to manage care for most people with Medicaid and NC Health Choice (CHIP) coverage. Here are four important things you need to know…