The latest post highlights our Charlotte TEACCH Center, social options available for individuals with ASD, and features a new TEACCH Tip – “Increasing Engagement: Paying Attention to People Leads to Learning”
We are offering 10, free teleconsultation sessions held on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at lunchtime (11:30-1:00) for mental health providers who are interested in learning more about screening, treatment options, and resources for individuals with autism and their families.
The UNC TEACCH Autism Speaker Series provides the most up-to-date information on current topics in autism education, intervention, and diagnosis being researched and implemented at UNC. Content will be shared in three, two-hour virtual sessions, each highlighting UNC advancements in research and community practice from cells to services across the lifespan.
Check out the latest Caregiver/Client Corner Blog post highlighting some remote learning resources and an updated TEACCH Tip for completing schoolwork or other activities independently.
The T-STEP is a FREE intervention developed to support the transition to employment and post-secondary education for 16-21-year-olds with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
COVID-19 testing is a new and possibly scary experience for anyone. Providing a meaningful explanation of what will happen, as well as strategies to cope, will help them understand what will happen and give them strategies to cope during the process.
The Harvey Award recognizes exemplary faculty who reflect the University’s commitment to innovative engagement and outreach that addresses real-world challenges. Dr. Klinger’s project aimed at helping employers support workers with autism.
The TEACCH Tip: Change Can be Difficult: The Power of the Positive: Pick 3 has a companion video that shows how to use the latest TEACCH Tip and the downloadable visuals to help support individuals cope with change. There is also a companion TEACCH Tale that features the book, That’s Good! That’s Bad! by Margery Cuyler. This is a fun children’s book that pairs nicely with our TEACCH Tip.
Check out TEACCH’s latest Caregiver/Client blog post. Featuring TEACCH program updates, summer virtual camp resources and the latest TEACCH Tip – “Change Can be Difficult: The Power of the Positive: Pick 3!
Ashley Hester, Autism Specialist from the Raleigh TEACCH Center, reads and uses visuals for the “Bear Feels Scared” book. Downloadable materials available.