Understanding Autism

Diversity and Inclusion Workshop

Learn classroom strategies to better assist students to have a successful classroom experience

  • Basic understanding of what autism is
  • Basic understanding of challenges within a classroom
  • Awareness of classroom accommodations
  • Rights and Responsibilities
  • Learn about common myths
  • ISPAN capstone requirement

Understanding and Awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorder in college classrooms

Thursday, Feb. 18th, 12-1pm

Golisano Academic Center, Room 51

The Office for Students with Disabilities
Phone: 585-389-2875 Email: swdoffic@naz.edu

If special assistance and/or auxiliary aids are needed to accommodate for a disability, please contact the Office for Students with Disabilities at least three days prior to the event.

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Sue Welker

Coordinator of the OSD Testing Center
Education: B.A., SUNY Buffalo and M.S., Nazareth College
Certificate: Specialization in Autism
Sue has thirteen combined years experience working in K-12 special education and a higher education locale. She graduated in June of 2015 from Nazareth College's Higher Education Student Affairs Administration (HESSA) master’s degree program. Sue also received a Certificate of Specialization from the Interdisciplinary Specialty Program in Autism (I-SPAN) from Nazareth. The I-Span program is a graduate-level program that prepares professionals to work with individuals on the autism spectrum across the lifespan. As a course requirement for the I-Span capstone, Sue designed an Autism Workshop as a way to address specific learning needs of students with autism who have the academic ability to succeed in college yet face significant barriers in their social and organizational skills to meet the demands and expectations of a college classroom . Sue is committed to providing equal access to programs, services and classroom accommodations to students with disabilities.