14th Annual START Conference 
                                 April 27, 2015

                              Crowne Plaza Lansing West                                          

 7:30am to 8:30am

Registration & Continental Breakfast

 8:30am to 11:30am

Morning Keynote Address

An Optimistic Approach to Helping Students with Challenging Behaviors

- V. Mark Durand, PhD., University of South Florida St. Petersburg

 11:30am to 12:30pm

LUNCH

 12:30pm to 1:50pm

Afternoon Breakout Sessions #1 – Select One

Sleep Better! Improving Sleep for Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder

- V. Mark Durand, PhD., University of South Florida St. Petersburg

Teaching Complex Skills to Facilitate Success After Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (must register for both sessions 1 & 2)

- Linda LeBlanc, PhD., Trumpet Behavioral Health

Managing Self-Management

- Maureen Ziegler and Kelly Dunlap, START Project

Technology Supports

- Kindy Segovia, Kent ISD

Implementing the Empowerment Model for Secondary Transition

- Laurie VanderPloeg and Michael Bausano, Kent ISD

Self-Advocacy and Students with ASD

- Laurie Potie, Shepherd Public Schools

 1:50pm to 2:10pm

BREAK

 2:10pm to 3:30pm

Afternoon Breakout Sessions #2 – Select One

Sleep Better! Improving Sleep for Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder

- V. Mark Durand, PhD., University of South Florida St. Petersburg

Teaching Complex Skills to Facilitate Success After Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (must register for both sessions 1 & 2)

- Linda LeBlanc, PhD., Trumpet Behavioral Health

Managing Self-Management

- Maureen Ziegler and Kelly Dunlap, START Project

Technology Supports

- Kindy Segovia, Kent ISD

Manding and More for Young Children: Kick Starting Communication

- Amy Matthews, Ph.D. and Jamie Owen-DeSchryver, Ph.D., START Project

If My Life Were A Movie

-Matt Romback, Individual on the Spectrum

 

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