On The Horizon
Look for us at the 2016 Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) convention in St. Louis, Missouri, April 13-16, 2016.
Several current and former CSESA team members will be presenting on a variety of topics including monitoring implementation, technology, and peer networks.
We are over half way through the large CSESA study, and we have been busy working on assessments, training and coaching, and implementation across the schools in the project. Based on our fall and winter recruitment, we are excited to share our latest numbers.
544 families AND
over 500 school staff!
As we move towards the end of the CSESA study, we are being mindful of focusing on the sustainability of CSESA in the school districts with whom we are working. One way that we are focusing on sustainability is by establishing partnerships between schools and other local community partners. In North Carolina, we have partnered with the Autism Society of North Carolina (ASNC) in several different counties to support Transitioning Together, a program for parents and teens of individuals on the autism spectrum. Two of the ASNC groups wrote grants and received funding to support their partnership with CSESA and the school districts. Congratulations to the ASNC Chapters on this news!
We are excited to see the different ways in which the many partnerships fostered as part of the CSESA project will continue to grow.