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  • Form and Function November workshop
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Form and Function November workshop

iStock 000014432495SmallAuSM is pleased to partner with Minnesota Life College and the University of St. Thomas to offer Form and Function: The Hidden Curriculum and Executive Functioning, a workshop for parents, educators, and autism professionals on Nov. 14 at UST's Minneapolis campus. Learn about the hidden curriculum and executive functioning skills for young adult and transition-age individuals with mild to moderate autism spectrum disorder. Learn how these skills impact home, school, and work environments. Discussion will include case study examples, missteps, challenges, and how to apply and resolve ongoing challenges. The workshop will be instructed by Dr. Glenis Benson and will feature breakout sessions facilitated by Dr. L. Lynn Stansberry Brusnahan, Chrissy Cleveland and Dawn Brasch. Click here for more information and to register.