Honoring Identity and Culture: Neurodiversity Affirming Strategies
It is essential to acknowledge the shift to a more balanced view of neurological differences, including autism. Families of autistic children and clients are often presented with deficit-focused narratives and overwhelming pressure to do more, and a lot, quickly. This course will highlight neurodiversity affirming principles and sensory strategies that can empower clients and encourage interdisciplinary collaboration. With knowledge of intersectionality and acknowledging both barriers and differences, therapy professionals can seek to uphold the welfare, culture, and identity of the diverse individuals they serve.
May 5, 6:00 pm - June 1, 3:59 am GMT
To be eligible to receive ASHA CEUs for this course offering, the exam, course evaluation, and CE opt in form must be completed and submitted by June 15, 2023 3:59 am GMT.
This course is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs Introductory Level, Professional Area
Course Registration Fee
Certificates of Attendance
This certificate will provide verification of your participation in a course and can be used for the purpose of maintaining your CCCs during your three year interval. This certificate does not provide ASHA CEUs as they can only be earned by joining the ASHA Registry and having your courses reported to the Registry by brIQht ideas. If you are not a Registry member, your hours are simply called CMH (Certification Maintenance Hours) versus ASHA CEUs, and you will need to maintain a copy of this certificate to verify your participation in a course.
Submittal of your participation in this course to the ASHA CE Registry?
Inclusion for participants who opt in to have their course details sent by brIQht ideas to the ASHA CE Registry. ASHA CEUs are awarded by the ASHA Continuing Education Board once eligibility requirements are met and cannot be independently submitted by participants. See participation and completion requirements for this course for more details.
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