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Part 2 of Gestalt Language Workshop in March

Part two of our popular workshop from last December is on the calendar, with registration now open for Language Development in Neurodivergent and Other Gestalt Language Processors. Join us on March 1 to dive deeper into the use of Natural Language Acquisition supports for students who are gestalt language…

AuSM Hosting Dec. 7 Workshop on Gestalt Language Processing

AuSM’s next virtual workshop, Language Development in Neurodivergent and Other Gestalt Language Processors, will explain how gestalt language development differs from analytic language development, and how to support it in your clients and students. Presented by Marge Blanc, a speech-language pathologist for 45 years, this workshop is ideal for SLPs,…

Apply to Present at Minnesota Autism Conference

Got a topic you’d like to present as a breakout session at next April’s Minnesota Autism Conference? Speaker proposals are due by Friday, Nov. 17, 2023. Breakout sessions will be delivered in person April 17-April 19, 2024 at the Marriott Minneapolis Airport Hotel. AuSM will consider proposals from people who…

2023-2024 Education Catalog Available

It’s here! Each year, AuSM produces two catalogs to keep our community informed about everything we’re up to and we’re thrilled to share that the 2023-2024 Education Catalog is now available. In this piece you’ll find options for several virtual and in-person activities designed to meet the needs of youth…

Self-Empowering Ways to Practice Flexible Thinking

Our newest resource is intended to help autistics practice flexibility, whether in seeing different perspectives, considering alternative options or ideas, adjusting plans, being open to change, or transitioning between activities. Many autistic individuals have a strong preference for routine and similarity. It can be overwhelmingand stressful when things change, when…

What Are Splinter Skills?

Have you ever heard the term “splinter skills” and wondered what it meant? Our latest resource is an introduction to splinter skills, including the difference between splinter skills and savant skills, information about the uneven autistic developmental profile, common challenges, and ways you can support someone who has splinter skills.

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