Community Autism Resources Presents A Conversation with Linda Hodgdon, M.Ed., CCC-SLP
NEW DATE!! Wednesday Evening October 7th
7:00 – 8:00 pm Via Zoom
This event is for families of individuals with ASD, and the professionals who support them.
Please note that this event will be recorded!
Strategies to Confidently Parent Your Child with Autism in This Strangely Uncertain World
Have you ever felt confused, unsure or just plain exhausted trying to deal with those Autism parenting challenges . . . especially during Covid19? Linda Hodgdon, Speech Pathologist & Autism Consultant, will share effective strategies that really work for avoiding difficult situations with children with autism. You’ll gain confidence when you use Linda’s “Magic” visual strategies. She’ll share her favorites (and they might be different from what you think!)
Register by contacting JanRandall@community-autism-resources.com
About the speaker: Linda Hodgdon, M.Ed., CCC-SLP is a Speech Pathologist and Autism Consultant who has been supporting students on the Autism Spectrum, their educators and families for more than 40 years.
She is known as a pioneer in developing the use of visual strategies for students with autism and those with related special learning needs. Linda has traveled over a million miles around the world sharing her communication strategies with parents, teachers and Speech Pathologists.
Her popular newsletters, award-winning books and training programs have reached many hundreds of thousands of educators and parents around the world.
Linda’s book, Visual Strategies for Improving Communication, helps you know what visual strategies are and how to use them. Her book Solving Behavior Problems in Autism offers practical solutions for common autism challenges using visual supports.
Linda shares easy-to-use but very effective strategies to help students on the Autism Spectrum to participate in a positive way both at school and home. Her visual strategies work for all ages.
Linda has a passion for working with parents and educators to take the mystery out of autism and help them discover exactly what students need to gain success in their life opportunities.
The Autism Online Learning Center for Parents is Linda’s new website that offers training and consultation for parents of children with autism. For more information, visit: www.UseVisualStrategies.com