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  Autism Resources for Crisis Centers Webinar
(Recorded Webinar)


The goals of this webinar, Autism Resources for Crisis Centers, are to explain how to use resources specific to the autism community when an autistic person calls or texts a crisis line, as well as to describe how volunteers will use the resources to help autistic people.

Topics –
• Autism friendly resources for crisis centers
• One page resource paper and supplemental pages
• Utilizing this resource in crisis centers setting

Learning Objectives – after the webinar participants will be able to:
• List the information on the one page resource and supplemental pages
• Describe how to identify and work with autistic people on a call or text crisis line
• Explain the benefit of addressing autism in their crisis centers
• Implement this resource for frontline use in your crisis centers

The goals of this webinar, Autism Resources for Crisis Centers, are to explain how to use resources specific to the autism community when an autistic person calls or texts a crisis line, as well as to describe how volunteers will use the resources to help autistic people.

Topics –
• Autism friendly resources for crisis centers
• One page resource paper and supplemental pages
• Utilizing this resource in crisis centers setting

Learning Objectives – after the webinar participants will be able to:
• List the information on the one page resource and supplemental pages
• Describe how to identify and work with autistic people on a call or text crisis line
• Explain the benefit of addressing autism in their crisis centers
• Implement this resource for frontline use in your crisis center
The goals of this webinar, Autism Resources for Crisis Centers, are to explain how to use resources specific to the autism community when an autistic person calls or texts a crisis line, as well as to describe how volunteers will use the resources to help autistic people.

Topics –
• Autism friendly resources for crisis centers
• One page resource paper and supplemental pages
• Utilizing this resource in crisis centers setting

Learning Objectives – after the webinar participants will be able to:
• List the information on the one page resource and supplemental pages
• Describe how to identify and work with autistic people on a call or text crisis line
• Explain the benefit of addressing autism in their crisis centers
• Implement this resource for frontline use in your crisis center
The goals of this webinar, Autism Resources for Crisis Centers, are to explain how to use resources specific to the autism community when an autistic person calls or texts a crisis line, as well as to describe how volunteers will use the resources to help autistic people.

Topics –
• Autism friendly resources for crisis centers
• One page resource paper and supplemental pages
• Utilizing this resource in crisis centers setting

Learning Objectives – after the webinar participants will be able to:
• List the information on the one page resource and supplemental pages
• Describe how to identify and work with autistic people on a call or text crisis line
• Explain the benefit of addressing autism in their crisis centers
• Implement this resource for frontline use in your crisis center


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Non-Member Fee:$10.00

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