At Camp Yes And, autistic teens and educators learn improv as a way to develop social communication skills and transform teaching and learning. Sponsored by the Center on Education and Lifelong Learning and the Indiana Resource Center for Autism, camp is … more...
On April 9, the CBS news show 60 Minutes opened with a provocative segment called “Brain Hacking.” Reporter Anderson Cooper interviewed a number of Silicon Valley insiders who discussed a standard practice that, until now, has received little attention in the … more...
Compiled by: Marci Wheeler, MSW and Lisa Bidwell, BA Please note that this directory has been compiled and posted as a service to the community. The Indiana Resource Center for Autism (IRCA) does not endorse any particular activity or organization on this list. … more...
Early April - So You Want to Learn How to Swallow a Pill? by Dr. Jason Rowland. To learn more, click here .
April 28th - Dyslexia: Updates on Diagnosis and Treatment by Dr. Janel Burchfield, 12:30pm to 1:00pm. To learn more and register, please click here
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Dr. Lowinsky Takes on Faculty Role: CRG psychiatrist, Joshua Lowinsky, M.D., wears many hats while sharing his knowledge and passion about caring for people with mental health issues. A co-founder of the Primary Care Psychiatry Foundation (PCPF), Dr. Lowinsky has spearheaded professional development for other physicians, nurses, and mental health providers via a series of PCPF conferences at Marian University. During the Spring 2017 semester, Dr. Lowinsky will focus his educational outreach efforts in another highly respected educational setting, Christian Theological Seminary , by teaching P-637, “Psychopathology and Assessment.”
Beth Waite-Lafever, MA-CCC/SLP-ATP, is CRG’s Speech-Language Therapist and Assistive Technology Specialist. She is also a prolific public educator and professional networker! For the third year, Beth and her colleagues will host the Indiana AAC Summit this fall on September 29 and 30, 2017. The Indiana AAC Summit is a grassroots initiative to increase capacity for providing high-quality augmentative-alternative communication (AAC) services to individuals with complex communication needs. This year’s summit will take place at The Palms Banquet and Conference Center in Plainfield, IN. This professional development opportunity is ideal for special education teachers, behavior therapists, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, and paraprofessionals. $125.00 early bird rates for two days of training (lodging and lunch on your own) can now be made through May 31st; registration rates go up after that. Click here for details about the outstanding speakers and topics for this event.
April 23rd – 26th – Dr. David Parker (CRG’s Postsecondary Disability Specialist and ADD&Life Coach) will participate in the 20th annual Disability Review Panel training at Educational Testing Services (ETS) in Princeton, NJ. This national panel of postsecondary disability experts consults with ETS on policies and decisions regarding test-takers with disabilities who request accommodations on high stakes tests such as the GRE, PRAXIS, and TOEFL. Dr. Parker enjoys sharing his experiences with a national testing agency with CRG providers who conduct the assessments and report writing for clients who seek our DACTA services.
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