Teaching Executive Functioning and Emotional Regulation
Presented by University of Washington Autism Center
- Robin Talley
Individuals with ASD often experience amplified emotional responses and poor emotional control. In this workshop participants will learn what emotion regulation (ER) and executive functioning are, why they are important, how deficits in executive functioning and ER impact students’ abilities to succeed, and strategies to teach and support individuals with ASD to better regulate their emotions and improve executive functioning skills.
Who should attend: Educators of students of all grade levels with deficits in executive functioning and emotion regulation
Lunch will be provided
Fri, August 10 2018 9:00 AM - 4:00 PMESD 123