As a finalist in this year’s Arc Tank, Paul will share his idea, Project ASSERT. The purpose of the Arc Tank is to encourage the most innovative ideas that will positively impact disability services—making a world of difference for individuals with disabilities and their families.
You Say Mand, I Say Request—Let's Call the Whole Thing Communication: Interprofessional AAC Intervention
Paul is a presenting author in the technical session, You Say Mand, I Say Request— Let's Call the Whole Thing Communication: Interprofessional AAC Intervention at the 2018 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Annual Conference.
Is AAC the Right Choice? Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) for Adults with Disabilities
In this webinar, Paul will discuss strategies for successful adaption of AAC systems for adults with developmental disabilities. He will also cover current AAC technology, the evaluation and implementation process, and coordination in AAC treatment during transition from school to adult placement.
Paul will be attending the third presentation of this series during which The Autism Resource Center of The Arc of the South Shore will explore the complex and multi-faceted issues encountered along the autism journey. This workshop is designed to help families develop empowerment strategies. There will also be time for questions and specific concerns.
In the second presentation of this series, Paul joins staff members from the Autism Resource Center to discuss the IEP process and special education in schools.
Serving Library Patrons with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD): A Blueprint for Innovative & Practical Solutions
As a workshop panelist, Paul presented a framework for inclusion and accessibility in libraries at the annual Massachusetts Library Association Conference with staff members from Paul Pratt Memorial Library & The Arc of the South Shore.
Introductory Workshop for Parents: Learn to Promote Communication and Language Growth in Young Children with It Takes Two to Talk®
With It Takes Two to Talk®, parents of children ages 0-5 with language delays can empower themselves to support their child's language acquisition. Paul, a certified parent trainer, introduced this evidenced-based program and its many benefits.