A 15 minute look at the key differences in supports at the k-12  and Higher Ed levels and some common myths and misconceptions.

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https://collegestar.zoom.us/j/83746084354?pwd=V1FzS1Qwa2N2b01Gcm01UWZROE5kUT09
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Key Differences Between K-12 and Higher Education

About the Presenter

Bianca Bragg

Bianca Bragg, M.A., is a Student Support Specialist in the College Program for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Morehead State University and a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Marshall. Mrs. Bragg has worked with the West Virginia Autism Training Center since 2011, specializing is using a person-centered and individualized approach to serving college students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She is a certified instructor of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention through The Crisis Prevention Institute. CPI interventions are designed to teach best practices for managing difficult situations and disruptive behaviors. Mrs. Bragg also has a passion for group facilitation. Her facilitation style has been influenced by many teachers and methodologies and is creative, interactive, and impactful. She is currently interest in research related to the understanding of social communication and behavior in intimate relationships for individuals with ASD.