From the Clinic to the Classroom

From the Clinic to the Classroom

Date: ​Friday, February 26, 2016
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: ​ ​Edward R. Leahy Jr. Hall, 2nd Floor Forum, Room ​235​, ​The ​University ​of ​Scranton

From ​the ​Clinic ​to ​the ​Classroom: Behavioral Strategies & Social Skills to Support Students with Special Needs ​is ​a ​free, half-day ​conference ​sponsored ​by ​Friendship ​House, ​Geisinger's ​Autism ​& ​Developmental ​Medicine ​Institute ​(ADMI), ​and ​The ​University ​of ​Scranton's ​Panuska ​College ​of ​Professional ​Studies.

Registration: ​8:30 ​a.m. ​- ​9:00 ​a.m.
Conference: ​9:00 ​a.m. ​- ​12:00 ​p.m.

The University of Scranton
Edward R. Leahy Jr. Hall, Room 235
Scranton, Pennsylvania 18510


Setting the Stage for Success: Effective Behavioral Strategies for Students with
Special Needs

Barbara Haas-Givler, MEd, BCBA, Director of Education & Behavioral Outreach, ADMI

In addition to a review of the ABCs of Behavior, this presentation will provide information
to assist staff in the identification and selection of effective behavioral strategies to support
students with special needs.

Fostering Social Skills Development in Children with Disabilities

Cora M. Taylor, PhD, Pediatric Psychologist, ADMI

This presentation will provide an overview of current, evidence-based practices
for supporting social skills development in children with disabilities. Resources and
strategies for implementing social skills supports into the classroom, home, and
community will be included.

Please register for this conference by submitting the following form:

Registration for the Clinic to the Classroom Event is closed.