On-Line Training Modules
The Texas Statewide Leadership for Autism is comprised of two organizations: the 20 Regional Service Centers and the Texas Education Agency. Together, they have created a program to help educators who serve kids with autism spectrum disorders gain more access to training, support, and various other resources.
The Texas Education Service Centers (ESCs) provide training and technical assistance to schools within their service delivery area. Annually, each service center determines the training needs of the educators and parents within its region and designs training accordingly.
The Core Series in Autism Training will provide training in the fundamental components of autism spectrum disorders. These trainings are available in two formats:
These on-site training courses are available in your regional ESC. For more information on your region’s workshops, go here and click on your area on the Texas map.
Previous Online Workshops
There is no fee to attend the classes.
- Autism 101: Top Ten Pieces to the Puzzle – Workshop ID #FA1019638
- Autismo 101:Las 10 piezas principales del rompecabezas – Workshop ID #FA1019369
- Asperger Syndrome 101 Online – Workshop ID #FA 1019643
- Classroom Organization: The Power of Structure for Individuals wtih Autism Spectrum Disorders – Workshop ID #FA1019640
- Navigating the Social Maze: Supports & Interventions for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders – Workshop ID #FA1019642
- Communication: the Power of Communication for Individuals with ASD–Workshop ID #FA1019641
- Solving the Behavior Puzzle: Making Connections for Individuals with ASD–Workshop ID #FA1019644
- Autism for the General Education Teacher #FA1019900
- For more information, visit the website here or contact any of the specialists below.
Texas Statewide Leadership for Autism Training
c/o ESC Region XIII
5701 Springdale Rd.
Austin, TX 78723
Cyndi O’Toole, Education Specialist
Robin Reimund, Program Specialist
Visit the Region XIII Library.
Region XIII Parent Videos
These videos are not autism-specific, but they are still relevant for parents of individuals with autism spectrum disorders: