Join Laurie Sperry, PhD, BCBA-D, MSC Forensic Psychology/Criminology for a free webinar to learn why visual supports matter and how to use them correctly.

Visual supports help the person with ASD make sense of their environment, understand what is being asked of them, and complete tasks more successfully and independently. 

During this exciting new webinar, Laurie will give real-world examples ranging from early childhood to adulthood that address academic, communication, and social goals, plus daily living activities.

1) The "why" behind using visual supports and how to use them correctly

2) Tips you can implement immediately to promote engagement

3) Proven ideas for reducing anxiety and challenging behaviors

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Dr. Laurie Sperry is an Assistant Clinical Faculty at Yale University, Department of Psychiatry, Division of Law and Psychiatry.  In addition to a PhD, and a degree in Forensic Psychology and Criminology, she is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst- Doctoral Level.  She has participated in global outreach and provided services in Australia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Jordan, Africa, Saipan, Singapore and has developed a school for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Bangalore, India.

Laurie Sperry, PhD, BCBA-D, MSc Forensic Psychology/Criminology

Educators will quickly learn:

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Learn to Master Visual Supports
Understand the "Why" Behind Using Visual Supports and How to Use Them Correctly


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