Workshops with Kathleen Quill, Ph.D, SLP, BCBA-D

  • Developing Functional Communication in Students with Moderate and Severe Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Repetitive and Restrictive Behaviors in Autism

Dr. Quill will help autism leaders, special and general education teachers, behavior consultants, psychologists, speech language pathologists, administrators, counselors, social workers, and family members learn important communication and behavior modification skills.

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Workshops with Brenda Smith Myles, Ph.D.

  • Executive Functioning
  • Self-Regulation

Dr. Smith Myles will teach important concepts around executive functioning and emotional self-regulation and how training and practice in those areas can improve the lives of those with autism in the home, at school, and in the community.

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Family Support Webinars

Drawing on expertise from across the state, our center is hosting free family webinars throughout the school year. Our presenters will cover topics that families have brought to us as the areas they need the most help in.

The webinars will be on the second Monday of each month, and will start at 6:30pm ET lasting no more than 45 minutes. We'll also leave time for your questions to our presenters at the end of each webinar.

Register today for the series, for free!

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I feel much more prepared to work with students with autism since completing the training with IRCA. I learned practical and effective techniques that are easy to implement. I no longer feel apprehensive about working with students who have been identified with autism.

Second Grade General Education Teacher

Support Our Work

By donating to the Indiana Resource Center for Autism, you will directly support our efforts in training teachers and school administrators, supporting families of children with autism, supporting students with autism in school groups, and more!

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Find Disability Resources with FINDER

For those with disabilities and their families, trying to navigate a complex web of services, programs, and other disability-related community resources can be daunting. In November, 2020, IU’s Indiana Institute on Disability and Community (IIDC) partnered with AWS Foundation of Ft. Wayne, IN, to implement Indiana Disability Resource FINDER as part of its library information and referral services.

“Research has shown that locating information about disability services and resources is a major hurdle for community stakeholders and disability professionals. As a state-wide tool, FINDER assists in making information accessible and geographically relevant for all Hoosiers,” said Derek Nord, IIDC director. “Through our extensive work across Indiana that touches on all stages of life, the IIDC is excited to expand FINDER’s reach to make it the go-to resource.”

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FINDER provides 24/7 access to community services, is easy to use, and supports first-time users with a step-by-step guide. For more experienced users, it has advanced search features. Regardless of how information is located, search results are immediately available, can be saved for future use and shared.

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