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ASD: Characteristics, Conversations, and Strategies

The Sherlock Center, in partnership with The Autism Project, is sponsoring the following training sessions for Early Intervention professionals in Rhode Island. Participants may attend one or more sessions. space is limited, so pre-registration is required. There is no cost to attend.

Session 1: Friday, March 29, 2019 (12:00 - 3:00 PM)

Participants will learn how to: Session 2: Friday, April 12, 2019 (12:00 - 3:00 PM)

Learn strategies and make materials to share with families to address unique learning characteristics of children with ASD.

Workshop Schedule

Attendance at both sessions is preferred.
Session 1: March 29, 2019
Session 2: April 12, 2019

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Register Online

Registration is targeted to staff working in Early Intervention Centers in Rhode Island. Others may attend as space permits. Use the online link to register for your session/s of choice. There is no fee to attend. A confirmation and parking pass will be issued upon registering.

For questions regarding the sessions, contact Pat Maris at or call (401) 456-4735.

Accommodations Requests

If you need a reasonable accommodation (ASL Interpreter, materials in an alternate manner, etc.) to fully participate in an event or information in a language other than English, please make your request known when you register or contact Elaine Sollecito.


Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities
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