Workshop: March 1st, 2019

0.3 ASHA CEUs are available for each of the workshops below. 3.5 Type 2 BACB CEUs offered. This workshop provides valuable information for parents, special education teachers, SLPs, BCBAs, and other related service professionals; e.g., occupational therapists, and physical therapists. Registration for this workshop is $80 per person. For groups of four or more from…

Webinar: February 13, 2019

Evidence-based vs Non-Evidence-based Practices Presented by: Mary McDonald, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA Associate Executive Director for Long Island Programs, Eden II Programs Wednesday, February 13, 2019 12:00PM Webinar Description: Parents and professionals may find it difficult to navigate the many interventions that currently exist for individuals with ASD. This webinar will focus on understanding science, pseudoscience…

Webinar: February 6th, 2019

Transitioning to MCOs/CCOs and Case Management Presented by: Janet La Mantia, BS Medicaid Service Coordinator Supervisor jlamantia@eden2.org Wednesday, February 6, 2019 12:00PM Webinar Description: Learn about the latest information regarding Care Management and Care Coordination Organizations (previously known as Medicaid Service Coordination). This workshop will provide an up to date account of where the service…

Workshop: February 27, 2019

Guardianship: What is it? When, where and who needs to apply for it? Presented by: Ms. Paola Martinez-Boone, MSW Senior Advocate at the New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, Inc. a non-profit legal organization. Wednesday, February 27, 2019 2:00pm EST Description: Ms. Martinez-Boone will discuss the process of future planning for individuals with special…

Webinar: January 30th, 2019

0.1 ASHA CEUs are available for this webinar The Eden II Programs Diagnostic and Outreach Center is offering a webinar Wednesday, January 30th, 2019! All of our webinars are delivered by a live presenter who is a topic area expert with years of experience working with individuals on the spectrum. The live format allows for…

Prepare Your Toddler with Autism for Preschool

  Parents of children with autism are sometimes faced with difficult decisions, and one of those decisions is determining when their child is ready for preschool. While preschool is a laid back environment that is generally less stressful than kindergarten and beyond, it can be a very different situation for a child who relies heavily…

Traveling With A Child With Autism

Taking a family vacation can be great fun and create lots of lifelong memories. But if you have a child with autism, then a vacation can become a challenge. Children in any situation thrive on a structured schedule and the familiarity of their surroundings, but a person with autism relies on their routine for security.…

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CRISIS INTERVENTION SERVICES The Crisis Intervention Behavior Management Team provides intensive assessment and intervention services for individuals ages 3-25 in Staten Island for families that are in a crisis situation. These families require in-home training in order to provide strategies in managing the severe behaviors often associated with autism. EDEN2.ORG/CRISISINTERVENTION Individuals with autism often display…