Resume - Dr. Julie A. Donnelly - Autism Support Services

					Dr. Julie A. Donnelly

 HOME / OFFICE
 Autism Support Services
 6901 W. Charlene, Columbia, MO USA 65202
 Ph. 573-447-3059 e-mail: jdonnell@tranquility.net
 Web page www.autismsupports.com


EDUCATION
 Ph.D. SPECIAL EDUCATION University of Missouri-Columbia, 1996,
  Curriculum Development for Exceptional Students, with a research focus in
  autism. Graduate Research Assistantship 1992-93.

 Dissertation topic: Subtypes of Autism by Cluster Analysis.

 TRAINED, ABLLS, by Partington, Lee Summit, MO Feb. 2007.

 TRAINED, Functional Analysis Methodology, Two day institute taught by Brian
  A. Iwata, Ph.D., Kansas City, MO, December 2001.

 TRAINED, Integrated Play Groups, Level I, Institute by Pamela Wolfburg,
  Ph.D., Nashville, December, 2001.

 TRAINED, Mediator, Dept of Elementary and Secondary Education,1996.

 TRAINED, Applied Behavior Analysis, Institute of Applied Behavior Analysis,
  Los Angeles, CA, 1995.

 TRAINED, Applied Behavior Analysis, Three day institute taught by O.Ivar
  Lovaas, 1990, Des Moines, Iowa.

 MASTERS DEGREE, SPECIAL EDUCATION, Learning Disabilities, Southwest
  Missouri State University, Springfield; 1985;

 Thesis: Contributions of Parents and Siblings to the Therapy of Autistic
   Children.

 BACHELOR OF ARTS, SOCIOLOGY w/ honors, Univ of Nebraska, 1969.


CERTIFICATION
 Missouri Lifetime Teaching Certification:
  •   Elementary Education K-8
  •   Learning Disabilities K-12
  •   Educable Mentally Retarded K-12
  •   Orthopedically Handicapped K-12
  •   Educational Resource Teacher K-12

 Course work completed for certification: Special Education Administration


UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE
 INSTRUCTOR, Webster University, St. Louis, SOCIAL SKILLS FOR
   INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM, masters level course,Summer 2007.

 ADJUNCT ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, University of Missouri-Columbia,
  Thompson Center for Autism, STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT INDIVIDUALS
  WITH HIGH FUNCTIONING AUTISM / ASPERGERS SYNDROME,
  WINTER semester 2007, 2008 & 2009. INTRODUCTION TO AUTISM, FALL
  2008.

 INSTRUCTOR, University of Alaska, Anchorage, STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT
   INDIVIDUALS WITH HIGH FUNCTIONING AUTISM / ASPERGERS
   SYNDROME, Febuary, 2006

 INSTRUCTOR, Webster University, St. Louis, STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT
   INDIVIDUALS WITH HIGH FUNCTIONING AUTISM / ASPERGERS
   SYNDROME, Summer 2005, 2006 & 2008.

 ADJUNCT ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, University of Missouri-Columbia,
  STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT INDIVIDUALS WITH HIGH FUNCTIONING
  AUTISM / ASPERGERS SYNDROME, Online seminar Fall semester 2003
  and Summer 2004.

 INSTRUCTOR, Columbia College, 3 Credit hour graduate courses in: HUMAN
   DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATING THE EXCEPTIONAL INDIVIDUAL,
   DEVELOPMENT, GENDER AND CULTURAL DIFFERENCES, BEHAVIOR
   MANAGEMENT, multiple semesters.

 PROFESSOR OF NOTE University of Missouri-Columbia, THE FUNCTIONAL
  SKILLS CLASSROOM, 2 credit, June 2001 & 2002.

 INSTRUCTOR, University of Wyoming, 3 day credit course, STRATEGIES TO
   SUPPORT STUDENTS WITH AUTISM, July 10-12, 2000.

 INSTRUCTOR, University of Alaska-Anchorage, STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT
   STUDENTS WITH AUTISM. February 2000.
 SUPERVISOR, University of Missouri-Columbia. Masters students in Early
  Childhood Special Education Grant internships in the schools with students
  with autism, 1999-2000.

 ADJUNCT ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT
  INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM,Winter 1998 & Summer 1999 & 2000
  University of Missouri-Columbia, 3 graduate credit hours.

 INSTRUCTOR, AUTISM SEMINAR, Fall 1997. Cosponsored by Columbia
   Public Schools and the University of Missouri, Columbia.

 INSTRUCTOR, WORKING WITH FAMILIES OF EXCEPTIONAL
   INDIVIDUALS, Spring 1997. EDUCATIONAL ALTERNATIVES FOR THE
   EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT, Fall 1995/Spring 1996 INTRODUCTION TO
   AUTISM, Fall 1992; Missouri State University.

 INSTRUCTOR. AUTISM: PIECES OF THE PUZZLE, Summer 1994, University
   of Missouri-Columbia.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
 SENIOR AUTISM RESOURCE SPECIALIST, Project ACCESS, Full time staff.
  Training and consultation for educators working with students with autism in
  the state of Missouri Specialties in technology, high- functioning autism,
  inclusion, collaborative teaming, social stories, curriculum modification and
  publications. Janurary 2008--

 AUTISM CONSULTANT, Autism Support Services (private practice). Providing
  consultation to schools, parents and agencies to assess, program and create
  supports that enable individuals with autism to be successful. Trainings,
  workshops, keynotes (esp. with son Jean- Paul Bovee) and presentations on
  autism and education. 1997--

 AUTISM RESOURCE SPECIALIST, Columbia Public Schools, Supporting
  school teams in diagnosis and programming for individuals with autism.
  Inservice and training. Crisis intervention and behavioral problem solving.
  August 1997- January 2007. Retired

 SENIOR AUTISM RESOURCE SPECIALIST, Project ACCESS, Full time staff.
  Training and consultation for educators working with students with autism in
  the state of Missouri;Specialties in technology, high- functioning autism,
  inclusion, collaborative teaming, social stories, curriculum modification and
  publications. August 1994-August 1997.

 INCLUSION FACILITATOR AND AUTISM CONSULTANT, Columbia Public
   Schools, Provided support for teachers and students through the
   Kindergarten Inclusion Project. Provided diagnosis and program planning
   consultation for students with autism. 1993-94.

 AUTISM CONSULTANT AND TEACHER, Columbia Public Schools. Provided
  diagnosis and program planning for students with autism.

 Taught class within a class and learning disabilities resource room.;half-time
   1992-93.

 MISSOURI AUTISM CONSULTANT (MAC), Project ACCESS (Missouri
  educational resource agency for students with autism). Provided consultation
  on diagnosis and program planning on contract basis. Spoke at training
  sessions; 1987-present.

 TEACHER, Delaware Elementary, Springfield, MO. Taught Multi- handicapped
  students with autism. Organized community based programs, peer
  integration, structured functional individualized curriculum. Provided
  alternative and augmentative communication methods and computer use for
  all through adaptations; 1988-1992.

 TEACHER, Westport Elementary and Pershing Junior High, Springfield, MO.
  Taught self-contained EMR grades 1-3. Provided independent living skills
  training for junior high students with autism; 1985-1988.

 CLINICIAN, LEARNING PROBLEMS, Rapid Learning Systems, Glenstone
  Square, Springfield, MO. Provided evaluations and interventions; Evenings
  and summer 1985.

 SPECIAL EDUCATION COORDINATOR AND TEACHER, Norwood R-1
  Schools, MO. Coordinated special services including initiation of a gifted
  program. Taught EMR and LD K-6, 7-12 and Title I Math; 1981 -1985.

 TEACHER, Seymour Public Schools, MO. Taught self-contained Educable
  Mentally Retarded class K-6. Initiated Foster grandparent program; 1979-
  1981.


HONORS
 High Flyer University Teaching Award 1999-2000, 2002-2003, & 2003- 2004
   University of Missouri-Columbia, based on student evaluations.

 Who's Who in American College and University Students, 1994-95 nominated
  by the Special Education Department , University of Missouri-Columbia.

 Superior Graduate Achievement Award, University of Missouri-Columbia,
  Department of Special Education, 1993-94.
 Walter Scott Monroe Research Fellowship, University of Missouri-Columbia,
  College of Education, 1993.

 Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Nominee,University of Nebraska, Sociology Dept.,
  1969.


PUBLICATIONS

Peer reviewed publications and books

 Donnelly, J.A. (2008). Growing up with Autism: One parent's perspective. In
  K.D. Buron & P. Wolfberg (Eds.), Learners on the Autism Spectrum(pp.307-
  317). Shawnee Mission, KS: Autism Aspergers Publishing Company.

 Donnelly, J.A., & Bovee, J-P (Fall, 2003). Reflections on Play: Recollections
  from a mother and son with AS. Autism: The International Journal of
  Research and Practice, special issue on play, guest edited by Dr. Pamela
  Wolfberg.

 Donnelly, J. A., & Bovee, J-P. (2000). Guest editors of two special issues of
  Focus on Autism and other Developmental Disabilities, 15 , 4, Winter 2000 &
  16, 1, Spring 2001.

 Donnelly, J. A. and family. (2000) A family account of autism: Life with Jean-
  Paul. Focus on Autism and other Developmental Disabilities, 15, 4, Winter
  2000, 196-201.

 Donnelly, J. A. (1999). Speaking for Ourselves: The thoughts and words of
  persons with autism. Autism99, International Internet conference,
  www.autism99.org

 Smith, S. M., & Donnelly, J. A. (1998). Successful transition of students with
  autism. In R. Simpson and B. S. Myles (Eds.), Educating children and youth
  with autism, (pp. 257-275), Austin, TX: Pro-ed.

 Donnelly, J. A. (1997). Book Review: Higher functioning adolescents and
  young adults with autism: A teacher's guide. Focus on Autism and Other
  Developmental Disabilities, 12, 60-61.

 Donnelly, J. A., & Altman, R. (1994). The Autistic Savant: Implications for
  Gifted Students with Disabilities. Roeper Review, 16, 4, 252-256.

Other Publications

 Donnelly, J. A. (2005) The importance and practice of counseling for
  individuals with Autism/Aspergers, California Speech and Hearing
  Association Magazine, Vol.35, No.2 Fall, pp. 8 & 9.
Donnelly, J. (2005) contributions to Autism Spectrum Disorders, Missouri Dept.
 of Mental Health, K. Heitkamp, Ed.

Donnelly, J.A. (Fall 2004) A spectrum of individuals, a spectrum of services.
 Autism Spectrum Quarterly, pp.16-18.

Donnelly, J. A. (2003) Helping Eric help himself (self-management) Newsletter
 of the Center for Innovations in Special Education.

Donnelly, J. A. (2000). Building good programs for students with autism,
 Special Education Law Update, 9, no.8.

Donnelly, J. A. (2000). Supporting Transitions, Special Education Law Update,
 9, no.7.

Donnelly, J. A. (2000). Consultant explains one-to-one teaching methods,
 Special Education Law Update, 9, no.6, pp. 1, 6 & 7.

Donnelly, J. A., (1997) Asian Lessons, Advocate, Fall.

Donnelly, J. A. (1996). Subtypes of Autism. ACCESS Express. Donnelly, J. A.
 (1996). The pros and cons of discrete trial training: Is the "Lovaas" behavior
 modification method appropriate for my student? ACCESS Express, 4,1-2.

Donnelly, J. A. (1996). Body talk: Learning to speak nonverbal language. The
 Morning News, April.

Donnelly, J. A. (1996).The paraprofessional's role in curriculum adaptation.
 ACCESS Express, Vol 3, 3, 1-2.

Donnelly, J. A. (1995). A MAAP shows you how to get there. Midwest Autism
 Newsletter. Vol. I, #2, 3-4.

Donnelly, J. A. (1995). Practical Tips on adapting curriculum. Midwest Autism
 Newsletter. Vol. I, #2, 6-7.

Donnelly, J. A.,& Levy, Stine M. (1995). Strategies for assisting individuals with
 high-functioning autism and/or Asperger Syndrome. Autism Society of
 America 1995 National Conference on Autism Proceedings, Dallas, Texas:
 Future Horizons.

Donnelly, J. A., & Bovee, J. (1995). Jean-Paul. Advocate, (March).

Donnelly, J. (1995). A highly functional definition. ACCESS Express

Donnelly, J. A. (1995). Book Review: I don't want to be inside myself anymore:
 Messages from an autistic mind, by Birger Sellin. Advocate.
 Donnelly, J. A. (1994-1995). Column: Information line on the gifted person with
  autism. A Newsletter for Families of More Advanced Autistic People (MAAP),
  Vol. II, 1994, Vol I, 1995, & Vol IV, 1995.

 Donnelly, J. A. (1994). Looking for the inclusion solution? ACCESS Express,
  Vol 2, 2, 3.

 Donnelly, J. A. (1994). Excerpts from the young adults with autism panel:
  speaking for ourselves. ASA 1994 Las Vegas. Advocate,(Nov).

 Donnelly, J. A (1994). Book Review: My autobiography. Advocate.

 Donnelly, J. A. (1991). Reverse mainstreaming helps normal children learn
  about autism. Advocate, 23, (3).

 Donnelly, J. A. (1991). Jean-Paul keeps going. Advocate, 23, (1 & 2).

 Donnelly, J. (1989).A Family Conversation. Family Forum on Autism.

 Donnelly, J. A. (1987). From autism to honor roll. Advocate, 19.


PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
 MSBA Autism Task Force 2008--

 Missouri Rapid Response Initiative
  Curriculum committee 2008--

 Focus on Autism and other Developmental Disabilities
   Editorial Review Board 2000- present.

 Council for Exceptional Children
  Division for International Special Education Services, Representative to the
  CEC Representative Assembly, 2001-2004
  Chapter 164: President , 1990-1991
  President-Elect, 1989-1990 Secretary, 1986-1987
  Newsletter Editor, 1986-1988
  Children with Communication Disorders Subdivision
  State Learning Disabilities Counselor 1986-1987
  Federation Representative 1994-96
  State treasurer 1997-1999

 A Newsletter for Families of More Advanced Autistic People (MAAP)
   Advisory Board 1993-present Column on the Gifted Individual with Autism
   1994-1996
 Missouri Parents' Coalition for Persons with Disabilities
  Founding Member Treasurer, 1986-88
  State Executive Board, 1986-90 Vice-Chair, 1988-89

 MPACT Missouri Parents ACT
  Founding Member State Executive Board, 1987-90
  Vice-President, 1989-90

 Autism Society of America
  National Editorial Review Committee 1996-97
  Missouri State Chapter, Board member
  National Board, Adults with Autism Committee, 2000-2002
  Planning Committee for the ASA 2002 National Conference
  Personal Perspectives track planning committee

 Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE)
  DESE Projects Publications committee chairperson Innovations in Special
  Education Conf Plan com 1994
  Paraprofessional conference planning committee 1996-97
  Interagency committee on autism 1995-1997 Editor, Resource Guide for
  Autism in Missouri. Missouri School Improvement Team 1996-97
  State trained Mediator
  Program Evaluation Team--Giant Steps 1996-97

 ASC US Aspergers Syndrome Coalition of the United States
  Adult Services Committee 2001- 2002

 Autism Educator's Network of Missouri Founder/Coordinator
  Spring 1999-2007 Continuing as a member


PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS FOR AUTISM SUPPORT SERVICES
 Anchorage Public Schools, Anchorage, Alaska

 Arcadia Valley Public Schools, Ironton, MO

 Boliver Coop, Boliver, MO

 Boone County Group Homes and Family Support (direct behavioral support
  and consultation to families and individuals with autism)

 Bowling Green Public Schools, Missouri

 Campbell Schools, Southeast Missouri

 Cape Girardeau Public Schools, Cape Girardeau, MO
Center School District, Kansas City, MO

Chaffee Public Schools, Chaffee, MO

Columbia Public Schools, Columbia, MO

Educational Service Unit 11, Holdrege, Nebraska.

Educational Service Unit 10 Kearney, Nebraska

Eldon Public Schools, Eldon, MO

Elsberry, MO Public Schools

Ferguson-Florescent Public Schools, MO

Fort Zumwalt Schools, O'Fallon, MO

Fulton Public Schools, MO

Hannibal Public Schools, MO

Indianapolis Public Schools, IN

Jackson, MO Public Schools

Jefferson City Public Schools, MO

Kirksville Public Schools, Kirksville, MO

Kodiak Island Public Schools, Alaska

Lebanon Public School, MO

Lee's Summit Public Schools, MO

Lexington Public Schools, MO

Lincoln County R-III, Troy, MO

Mexico Public Schools, MO

Minneapolis Public Schools, MN

Montgomery City Public Schools, MO

Mound City Public Schools, MO

North Calloway Public Schools, MO
 Nixa Public Schools, MO

 Oakgrove Public Schools, MO

 O'Fallon Public Schools, MO

 Orono Public Schools, Orono, Minnesota

 Owatonna Public Schools, MN

 Poplar Bluff Schools, MO

 Richland Public Schools, MO

 Rockwood Schools, St. Louis MO

 Rolla, MO Public Schools

 Sedalia Public Schools, MO

 South Callaway Public School, MO

 Springfield Public Schools, Springfield, Illinois

 St. Joseph Public Schools, St. Joseph, MO

 St. Louis, MO, Special School District

 St. Francis County Public Schools, MO

 Waynesville Public Schools, Waynesville, MO

 West Plains Public Schools, MO

 Direct behavioral support and consultation to families (not named because of
   confidentiality)


EXPERT WITNESS CONSULTATION AND TESTIMONY
 Gills vs Columbia Public Schools, MO (School prevailed in due process, appeal
   and appeal to 8th Circuit)

 Nordbergs vs Minneapolis, MN Schools (School prevailed in due process and
  appeal)

 Lee's Summit, MO due process (settled in school's favor, unnamed for
   confidentiality)
 Asburys vs Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Ed (DESE
  prevailed and in appeal & 8th district, Supreme Court review denied)

 True vs Farmington Schools, Farmington, Minnesota (School prevailed in due
   process)

 Lange vs Lange custody case (child with autism). Testified for mother who was
   providing education and services and she prevailed.

 Siddell vs Lower Kuskokwim School District, Bethel, Alaska (settled)

 Jennings versus Grant Woods Area Education Agency, Iowa (settled)

 Springfield Public Schools, Springfield, Illinois (two due process cases settled)

 Department of Defense: U. S. Army Schools (Fort Knox)

 Sullivan vs Grant Wood Area Education Agency (parents prevailed)

 Astourians vs Blue Springs Public Schools, MO (school prevailed)

 Consulted on numerous cases for parents or schools which were settled.


PRESENTATIONS
 “Too smart for school” & “Why adults don’t follow behavior plans and how to
 change that.”
 Network of Autism Training and Technical Assistance Programs, national
 conference, November 19-21, 2008, Columbus, Ohio.

 “Square pegs in round holes.”
 Conference of the Academy for Educational Studies, Oct. 20-21 2008,
 Branson, MO.

 “Including children with Autism in General Education”
 Missouri Inclusion Summit, Oct. 15-16, 2008 Columbia, Missouri.

 “What are the current issues in Autism?”
 One day workshop for the Bolivar Special Education Coop, October 10, 2008,
 Bolivar, Missouri.

 “Why adults don’t follow behavior plans and how to change that.”, “Speaking
 for Ourselves: Individuals with autism tell their stories” & “Nonautistic spouses
 of individual with ASD.”
 National Conference of the Autism Society of America, July 2008, Orlando,
 Florida.
“Strategies for challenging behavior”
One day workshop for Blessing Hospital, Quincy, Illinois, May 30. 2008.

“Transition to Self Support”
Pennsylvania Autism Training Conference, April 29-31, Lancaster, PA.

“Strategies for High Functioning Autism”
One day workshop at the Southwest Conference on Autism, April 25-36, 2008,
Springfield, MO.

“Important Issues in Autism”
Missouri Association for College Teaching, April 17, 2008, Springfield, MO

“Intimacy and Sexuality in Autism”
“Just leave me alone!: Bullying and the individual with ASD.”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, the Autism Intervention Conference, Sponsored by the
University of Missouri and the Thompson Center for Autism and other
Neurodevelopmental Disorders, March 26-30, 2008.

“Just leave me alone!: Bullying and the individual with ASD.”
Missouri Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children, state conference,
March 7-9, 2008.

“Strategies that work with students should be effective with troublesome adults”
with Susan J. Moreno
“Speaking for Ourselves Panel: Individuals on the Autism Spectrum tell their
stories.” Organizer and moderator
Autism Society of America, Nat’l conference, Phoenix, AZ July 2007

“Can’t or Won’t and what to do about it”
“Going the Distance”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, Community Resources for People with Autism, North
Hampton, Massachusetts, April 2007.

“Making difficult decisions: early childhood autism”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, Talks and discussions with parents for Special School
District of St. Louis County, Missouri, April 2007.

“Difficult behavior in students with High Functioning Autism / Aspergers”
State Conference of the Missouri Federation of the Council for Exceptional
Children, Lake of the Ozarks, March 2007.

Personal Perspectives Track” Organized panels of individuals with autism at
the MAAP Conference, Indianapolis, October, 2006

“Strategies to support individuals with High Functioning Autism / Aspergers
One day training, Quincy, Illinois, Sept. 2007

Keynote: “Going the Distance: A marathon, not a sprint”
“Just leave me alone: Strategies to deal with Bullying”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, Autism Institute, Ohio Center for Autism and Low
Incidence, August 2006

“ Strategies to Support individuals with Aspergers”
“The Resourceful Parent”
Autism Symposium, sponsored by Missouri Department of Mental Health, May
2006.

“Making difficult decisions: early childhood autism”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, Talks and discussions with parents for Special School
District of St. Louis County, Missouri, April 2006.

“Can’t or won’t and how to help”
“Speaking for Ourselves Panel: Individuals on the Autism Spectrum tell their
stories.”
Organizer and moderator
Autism Society of America, national conference, Providence, RI July 2006

Series of lectures on Autism for parents and mental health providers
Fairbanks, Matsu Glacier Valley, and Sodotna, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, March
2006.

“Is he just odd or does he have Aspergers? Diagnosing High Functioning
Autism”
Missouri Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children, state conference,
Lake of the Ozarks, March 2006.

“Is this really my job?: Counseling, Case Management, and Social Skills
training.”
Missouri Speech and Hearing Association State Conference, Lake of the
Ozarks, March 2006.

“Can’t or Won’t and what to do about it”
“A Spectrum of Individuals, A spectrum of services.”
Alaska State Special Education Conference, February 2006

Personal Perspectives Track”
Organized with Jean-Paul Bovee, panels of individuals with autism at the
MAAP Conference, Indianapolis, October, 2005

“Speaking for Ourselves: Individuals on the Autism Spectrum tell their stories.”
Organizer and moderator
“Strategies to Promote Academic Achievement for Students on the Autism
Spectrum”
Autism Society of America, national conference, Nashville, TN 2005

“Effective Practices in Autism Education”
2 day workshop, Southwest Center for Educational Excellence, June 2005.
“Lunch Keynote”
“The Resourceful Parent”
“Behavior Strategies for Parents”
“Social skill Strategies for Parent”
The Kentucky Center for Autism State conference, June 2005.

“Social Skills Strategies for individuals on the Autism Spectrum.”
“Difficult Decisions for Parents”
“Strategies for Early Childhood Education of Students with Autism”
St. Louis Special School District, April 2005.

“Social Skills Strategies for individuals on the Autism Spectrum.”

“Treatment Options for individuals with Autism.”
Missouri Speech and Hearing Association conference, April 2005

“Can’t or Won’t and What can we do about it.”
State Conference of the Missouri Federation of the Council for Exceptional
Children, March 2005.

Personal Perspectives Track”
Organized with Jean-Paul Bovee, panels of individuals with autism
“Respectful Counseling for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum”
at the MAAP Conference, Indianapolis, October, 2004

“Social Skills Strategies for individuals on the Autism Spectrum.”
Heart Spring Conference Center, Wichita, KS, September, 2004.

“Speaking for Ourselves: Individuals on the Autism Spectrum tell their stories.”
Organizer and moderator
“Service Delivery Options for Students with Autism /Aspergers”
Autism Society of America, national conference, Seattle WA, 2004.

“Windows into Autism”
2 day workshop with Sheila Merzer at St. David’s Child Development & Family
Services, Minneapolis, MN, April 2004.

“The Adventures of Jean-Paul”
Keynote with Jean-Paul Bovee, Nebraska State Autism Conference, April 2.
2004.
“Early Identification of children with autism” “Supporting the student with High-
functioning Autism / Aspergers”
State Conference of the Missouri Federation of the Council for Exceptional
Children, March 2004.

“A Mother’s Story.” “Nonaversive Behavior Management,” “Strategies for
Challenging Behavior in Children with Autism.”
The 2nd Kuwait International Conference on Autism and
Communication Deficits. Kuwait City, Kuwait, December 2003.

“Personal Perspectives Track”
Organized with Jean-Paul Bovee, panels of individuals with autism at the
MAAP Conference, Indianapolis, November, 2003

“Strategies to support individuals with High Functioning Autism or Asperger
Syndrome.”
One day workshop at the Southwest Center for Educational
Excellence, Webb City, MO, October 2003.

“Appropriate Services for the Autism Spectrum”
Law Conference, Kansas City, MO October, 2003.

“Strategies to support individuals with High Functioning Autism or Asperger
Syndrome.”
Day workshop at Rockwood Schools, O’Fallon, MO, October 2003.

“Services for Students with Autism across the Spectrum”
Missouri Special Education Administrators Conference, Tan Tar A, Lake of the
Ozarks, MO, September, 2003.

“The Power of Reframing Behavior: Understanding Behavior and Designing
Interventions for Home and School”
Preconference day session with Sheila Merzer, M.A., L.P. Autism Society of
America, national conference, Pittsburgh, PA, July 2003.

“Speaking for Ourselves: Individuals on the Autism Spectrum tell their stories.”
Organizer and moderator, Autism Society of America, national conference,
Pittsburgh, PA, July 2003.

“High Functioning Autism / Aspergers Syndrome: Supports for School and
Life.”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, July 2003.

“The resourceful parent.”
Autism committee, Barrie, Ontario, May 2003.
“Adventures of Jean-Paul” keynote with Jean-Paul Bovee and “Parents and
Schools, A respectful relationship.”
Southern Utah Autism Conference, Cedar City, Utah April 2003

“Differential Diagnosis of Autism and Emotional Disturbance”
With Robert Trussell at the Midwest Leadership Conference on Behavior
Disorders, February 21, 2003, Kansas City, MO.

Respectful Counseling with Teens on the Autism/Aspergers Spectrum” With
Jean-Paul Bovee, Midwest Leadership Conference on Behavior Disorders,
February 21, 2003, Kansas City, MO.

“Strategies for supporting students with Autism”

Southwest Center for Excellence in Education, Joplin, MO, December 4 & 5,
2002.

“The ABCs of Autism” With Teri Goldman, L.L.C., November 19-20, 2002,
Columbia, MO.

“The Resourceful Parent”
The Geneva Centre International Symposium on Autism, Oct. 2002.

“Strategies to help development of social skills”
with Jean-Paul Bovee, Phatart 4 production, West Plains, MO, 2002.

“Panels of Individuals who experience Autism and Aspergers”
MAAP conference, Oct. 4 & 5, 2002, Kansas City, MO.

Respectful Counseling with Teens and Adults on the More Able
Autism/Aspergers Spectrum”
With Lisa Lieberman, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., MAAP conference, Oct. 4 & 5, 2002,
Kansas City, MO.

“Strategies for communication and socialization for the Autism Spectrum”
w/ Sheila Merzer & Taharih Bushey, Denver, Colorado, Sept. 2002

“Early Intervention: Individualized programs integrating the best of multiple
methodologies”
With Sheila Merzer, M. A., L. P., Preconference day session, National Conf of
the Autism Society of America, Indianapolis, IN, July, 2002.

“Speaking for Ourselves: Individuals with autism share their experiences”
Organized and moderated panel, National Conference of the Autism Society of
America, Indianapolis, IN, July, 2002.
“The Third Grade Slump”
With Dr. Edna Herron Smith, National Conference of the Autism Society of
America, Indianapolis, IN, July, 2002.

“Respectful Counseling with Teens and Adults on the More Able
Autism/Aspergers Spectrum”
With Lisa Lieberman, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., National Conference of the Autism
Society of America, Indianapolis, IN, July, 2002.

“Lessons I have learned”
Kentucky Autism Training Center, Autism Institute, Dinner Keynote, June,
2001.

“Speaking for Ourselves: Adults with Autism speak about their education”
International Conference of the Council For Exceptional Children, April, 2002,
New York City, NY.

“The Importance of Theory of Mind for School and Home.”
Long Island Support Group for High Functioning Autism/Aspergers, April, 2002.

“Differential Diagnosis of Autism and Emotional Disturbance”
With Robert Trussell at the Missouri Federation of the Council for
Exceptional Children, March 2002, Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri.

“Positive Supports for students with Autism”
Missouri Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children,
March, 2002, Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri

“Stories & Strategies”
W/ Jean-Paul Bovee, Autism Soc. of Greater Philadelphia, March 2002

“Working respectfully with Parents and Individuals who have Autism”
Inservice for the Delaware Autism Program, Newark, Delaware, March, 2002.

“The Adventures of Jean-Paul”
Delaware Chapter of the Autism Society of America, March, 2002.

“Old Roles, New Roles”
AASEND Conference, San Francisco, CA Feb. 2002.

“Communication, Social Development and Preparation for Life for Individuals
with Autism”
Three day seminar for the Autism Society of Taiwan, Taipei, Oct 26, 2001.

“Understanding Autism for Teachers & for Support Staff.”
Two one day seminars for Kodiak Island Schools, October 17 & 18.
“The Adventures of Jean-Paul” Parent support meeting October 17.

“The Adventures of Jean-Paul”
With son, Jean-Paul Bovee, sponsored by Anchorage Schools and the
Anchorage chapter of the Autism Society of America. Oct 2001.

“Supporting Social Skills Development”
Anchorage Public Schools Autism Team Training, Anchorage, Alaska. October
15, 2001.

“Understanding Autism”
Dinner keynote, Scottish Rite Clinic Fundraising dinner, Duluth, MN, Aug 23,
2001.

“Applied Behavior Analysis in the Schools”
Springfield Public Schools, Springfield, Illinois, August 17, 2001.

“Adult Panel on Employment”
Organizer and moderator for the Aspergers Syndrome Coalition of the United
States national conference, Washington, DC, Aug. 2001.

“Strategies to support the Individual with Autism”
Troy Public Schools, August 8, 2001.

“Introduction to Autism”
Missouri Boothill Coalition, Campbell Schools, Aug 2001

“Speaking for ourselves: Individuals with Autism panel”
Organizer and moderator, national conference of the Autism Society of
America, San Diego, CA, July, 2001.

“Introduction to Autism for Parents and Professionals”
Wichita Health Care, Wichita, Kansas, June, 2001

“The Adventures of Jean-Paul,” “One to One Teaching Methodologies,” &
“Coping Skills for Parents.”
Making Sense of Autism Conference at NW MO State U., June 2001.
“Power of Reframing Behavior”
With Sheila Merzer, National Conference of the Council for Exceptional
Children, Kansas City, MO, April 20, 2001.

“Speaking for Ourselves: Panel of Individuals with Autism”
Organizer and moderator, National Conference of the Council for Exceptional
Children, Kansas City, MO, April 21, 2001.
“Treatments: Balancing Parents Needs with Respect for the Autism Spectrum
Individual” and Organizers of the Personal Perspective Track.

With Jean-Paul Bovee, More Advanced Individual with Autism Conference
(MAAP), Indianapolis, IN, April 6 & 7, 2001.

“Stories and Strategies” and “Using Stories to Teach”
Best of the Northwest Conference, Autism Society of Washington, Yakima,
March 30 & 31, 2001.

“Common Elements of Good Early Childhood Special Education Programs”
Cape Girardeau, March 15, 2001.

“ Writing Basis Social Stories” and “Advance Social Stories”
Midwest Conference on Leadership in Behavior Disorders, Kansas City, MO
Feb. 23, 2001.

“Stories and Strategies”
With Jean-Paul Bovee for the Louisiana Federation of Council for Exceptional
Children, State Super-Conference, Feb. 21, 2001.

“Understanding Autism”
With Jean-Paul Bovee for the Communications Disorders Department at
Truman State University, Feb. 16, 2001.

“Dealing with Challenging Behaviors”
With Sheila Merzer, Owatonna School, Minnesota, Jan. 22. 2001.

“Creating Interventions to Promote Improved Comprehension, Communication,
Coping an Connections in Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.”
With Sheila Merzer and Tahirih Bushey for the University of Minnesota-Duluth,
Jan. 19, 2001.

“The Unique Individual with High-functioning Autism/Aspergers”
State Conference of the Student Council for Exceptional Children, Columbia,
MO 11/11/00.

“High-functioning Autism/Aspergers and Challenging Behavior”
Jefferson City Public Schools, Nov. 10, 2000.

“Stories and Strategies”
“Panels of Individuals who experience Autism and Aspergers”
MAAP conference, Nov. 3 & 4, 2000, Tampa, Florida.

“What is Autism and what is learned behavior?”
Jefferson City Public Schools, Sept. 19, 2000.
“Understanding Autism”
St. Joseph Public Schools, August 17 & 18, 2000.
“Understanding Autism” Jackson Public Schools, August 15 & 16, 2000.

“Social and Behavioral Challenges in Autism and Aspergers”
Scottish Society for Autism, 8/ 3/2000, Alloa, Scotland, Great Britain.

“Aspergers workshop”
“Speaking for Ourselves: panel of Individuals with Autism”
Autism Society of America, national conference, July 3 -5, 2000, Atlanta,
Georgia

“Keynote: The Adventures of Jean-Paul”
“Using Relaxation and Imagery for Health and Behavior Control.”
Autism Soc of Wisconsin State Conf., Appleton, WI, April 14/15, 2000

“The Schools R’ Us”
National Autism Awareness Rally on the mall in Washington, D.C. April 8,
2000.

“Making it work in the classroom: Best practices for students with autism.”
“Functional Analysis of Behavior 101”
“One to One Teaching Methods”
Missouri Federation Council for Exceptional Children State Conference, Lake
of the Ozarks, Missouri, March 25 & 26, 2000.

“Stories and Strategies”
with Jean-Paul Bovee, M.A., M.L.S. & Sheila Merzer, M.A., L.P., at the Indiana
Resource Center for Autism, Bloomington, IN March 20 & 21, 2000.

“Stories and Strategies”
with Sheila Merzer, M.A., L.P., Madison, Wisconsin, March 2000.
“Using Peers to Support Students with Autism”
“The Family of Behavior Methods”
“Overview of Autism from a Parent’s Perspective”
“Coping and Collaboration: Skills for Parents and Professionals”
“High-functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome: What is it? What do we do?”
“Introduction to writing a basic Social Story”
“Advanced Social Story Techniques”
“Talk and question and Answer session for Parent, Inc.”
Alaska State Special Education Conference, February 14, 15, &16, 2000,
Anchorage, Alaska.

“Writing Social Stories,” and “The Adventures of Jean-Paul,”
The latter with Jean-Paul Bovee, at Supporting People with Developmental
Delays and Disabilities Across Environments, Sitka, Alaska, August , 1999.

“Speaking for ourselves: Adults with Autism panel”
Organizer and moderator, national conference of the Autism Society of
America, Kansas City, MO, July, 1999

“Enhancing social development through the use of peer supports.”
With Jean-Paul Bovee and Abby Ward Messner, national conference of the
Autism Society of America, Kansas City, MO, July, 1999.

“Introductory and advanced Social Story techniques.”
The ATTAIN grant program, Wyoming Institute for Disabilities, University
Affiliated Program of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming, June 25 & 26.

“Stories and Strategies.”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, M.A., M.L.S. and Sheila Merzer, M.S., L.P., Sponsored
by Columbia Public Schools, Columbia, MO
June 14 & 15,1999.

“Writing Social Stories,” and “Adventures of Jean-Paul.”
The latter with Jean-Paul Bovee, Region 16 Educational
Service Unit, Amarillo, Texas, June 1 & 2, 1999.

“Diversity is the one true thing we have in common...celebrate it every day.”
with Jean-Paul Bovee, New Hampshire Family Support Conference, Bartlett,
NH, May 1999.

“Body talk: Learning to speak nonverbal language,” and “Coping skills for
parents.”
New Hampshire Family Support Conference, Bartlett, NH, May 1999. ,

“Stories and Strategies” and organized the personal perspective strand for a
two day conference (the speakers were people with autism).
with Jean-Paul Bovee, MAAP, Indianapolis, April 16-17, 1999.

“Autism: Supporting the student in the classroom and beyond”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, Sponsored by the Autism Society of Nebraska, Lincoln,
NE, April 10, 1999.

“Making it work in the classroom: Effective strategies for students with autism.”
with M. L. Langely, Nat’l Autism Symposium, St. Louis, MO, 1999

“The Adventures of Jean-Paul,” “Stories and Strategies” and “Evaluating new
treatments.”
Western Hills Area Ed Agency, Sioux City, Iowa Feb. 11& 12, 1999.
“An Evening with Dr. Julie Donnelly and Sheila Merzer”
A benefit for St. David’s Children’s Center, Minneapolis, MN Feb.23.

“Autism: Parent training” and “Autism: staff training”
Minnesota Region 10, Owatonna, Minnesota, Feb.22, 1999.

“Stories and Strategies.”
with Sheila Merzer and Jean-Paul Bovee, Lee’s Summit Public Schools, Jan.
28 & 29,1999.

“Assessment of individuals with autism”
for St. Louis Special School District Diagnosticians, March 1999.

“Using the discrete trial technique with students in the public schools” St.
Francis County Public Schools, MO, Jan. 20 & 21, 1999.

“Introduction to Autism” West Plains Public Schools, Dec. 1& 2, 1998.
“Maximizing communication in students with autism.”
Lee’s Summit Public Schools, MO, Dec. 7 & 8, 1998.

“The Adventures of Jean-Paul” & “Stories and Strategies.” Keynote and
Sessions at the New Mexico State Autism Conf 1998.

“Strategies for supporting High-functioning individuals with autism”
Kearney Public Schools, MO, Oct. 15, 1998.

“Using the Discrete Trial Training method in the schools.”
Ft. Zumwalt Public Schools, MO, Oct 9, 1998.
“The Adventures of Jean-Paul” & “Using Stories to Teach” & “What every
parent needs to know about autism.”
Keynote and Sessions at the Iowa State Autism Conference, Des Moines, IA,
Oct. 2, 1998

“Understanding Autism”
Introductory autism workshop for school staff and parents, 9/14/98, Educational
Service Unit 10 Kearney, Nebraska

“Understanding Autism”
Introductory autism workshop for school staff and parents, 8/11 & 12/98, St.
Louis Special School District, St. Louis MO.

“Understanding Autism”
Introductory autism workshop for school staff and parents 8/6 & 7/98, Arcadia
Valley Public Schools, Ironton, MO.
“Introduction to Discrete Trial Training (DTT) and using DTT with your student”
8/19/98; Nixa Public Schools, Nixa, MO.

“Introduction to Discrete Trial Training (DTT) and using DTT with your student”
8/14/98, Fulton Public Schools, Fulton, MO.

‘Two Mothers, Two Sons”
Presentation with Jean-Paul Bovee, Dr. Jane & Paul McDonnell, Autism
Society of Amer. National Conf, Reno, Nevada, 1998.
“Speaking for Ourselves”
Moderator and organizer of a panel of adults with autism
Autism Society of America Nat’l Conference, Reno, NV, July 1998.

“Integrated Interactional Approach to Autism”
Two day conference presented with Sheila Merzer and Jean-Paul Bovee,
Columbia, MO, May 1998.

“The Adventures of Jean-Paul”
Half day conference presented with Jean-Paul Bovee for Potential Unlimited
Publications, Univer of New Hampshire, Durham, May1998.

“Individuals with Autism Panel”
Moderator for panel with Jean-Paul Bovee, Alex Gilpin & Paul McDonnell.
Educational Autism Conference, El Paso, Texas,1998

“Strategies to support students with Autism in the Mainstream”
Educational Unit 19 Autism Conference, El Paso, Texas, April 1998.

“Stories and Strategies”
One day training with Jean-Paul Bovee and Sheila Merzer, University of
Wyoming, Jackson Hole Wyoming, April 1998.

“Assessment of students with Autism”
Lee Summit Schools, March 1998.

“Evaluating new treatment strategies for students with autism”
Missouri Council for Exceptional Children, St. Louis, March 1998.

“Discrete Trial: Finding the Balance”
One day training for staff, Poplar Bluff Public Schools, March, 1998.

“The school’s role in the education the individual with autism”
Families for Early Autism Education half day conference, Feb 1998.

“Discrete Trial: Finding the Balance”
One day training for staff, Educational Service Unit 10, Kearney, Nebraska,
February, 1998.
“Discrete Trial: Finding the Balance”
MAAP 1997 International Conference on High-functioning
Autism, Indianapolis, IN, November, 1997

“Individuals with Autism Track”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, organized two full days of speakers and panelists who
have autism, MAAP 1997 International Conference on High-functioning Autism,
Indianapolis, IN, November, 1997
“Parent/Teacher Collaboration”
New York Autism Conference, Johnson City, New York, Oct, 1997.

“An Introduction to Discrete Trial Training”
Day workshop, Special Education Cooperative, Bolivar, MO 1997

“Adults with Autism Panel”
Moderator and organizer with Jean-Paul Bovee, Alex Gilpin and Scott McGiffid,
Texas Autism Conference, Corpus Christi, Sept.1997.

“Using Stories to Teach”
With J-P Bovee, Texas Autism Conf., Corpus Christi, Sept 1997.

“The parents’ perspective on the IEP”
Missouri State Schools for the Severely Handicapped

“What Paraprofessionals need to know about Inclusion”
Pre-service training day, Springfield MO Schools, August 1997.
“Strategies to promote inclusion for students with disabilities”
One day workshop, Center for Innovations in Education, July 1997.

“Speaking for Ourselves”
Moderator and organizer of a panel of adults with autism, Autism Society of
America National Conference, Orlando, Florida, July1997.

“The Adventures of Jean-Paul.”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, National Conference of Autism Treatment Services of
Canada, Calgary, Alberta, May 1997.
“Lessons we have learned.”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, Red Deer, Alberta, May 1997.

“Working with high-functioning students with autism.”
One day workshop, Springfield, MO, April 16, 1997.

“Emergence Autism--Is there hope?”
Two day seminar, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, January, 1997.
“High-functioning autism”
Singapore, December, 1996.

“Multiple intelligences in the classroom.”
With Sylvia J. Donnelly, Paradise Conference, Columbia, MO, November,
1996.

“Using Stories to Teach: Experience Stories, Social Stories and Bibliotherapy.”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, Midwest Educational Leadership Conference on
Autism, Kansas City, Missouri, October 10 & 11, 1996.

“Individuals with Autism Panel”
Organized and moderated panel, Midwest Educational Leadership Conference
on Autism, Kansas City, Missouri, Oct 10 & 11,1996.

“Using Stories to Teach: Experience Stories, Social Stories and Bibliotherapy.”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, Autism ‘96, Future Horizons, Atlanta, Georgia,
September 20, 1996.

“Individuals with Autism Track”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, organized six panels of individuals with autism on
topics relevant to high-functioning autism. Moderated the panel of “Jobs: Ones
we’ve lost and Ones we’ve kept. MAAPing the Horizon Conference, September
6 & 7, 1996.

“With a little help from my friends: People who opened doors for me.”
Organizer and moderator of opening keynote panel with Temple Grandin,
Jean-Paul Bovee, Thomas McKean, and Sara Miller. National Conference of
the Autism Society of America, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, July, 1996.

“Speaking for Ourselves: Adults with Autism Speak about their Lives”
Organizer and moderator of panel, National Conference of the Autism Society
of America, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, July, 1996.

“The Adventures of Jean-Paul”
With Jean-Paul Bovee, National Conference of the
Autism Society of America, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, July, 1996.

“Supporting Students with Autism in the Schools”
Autism 1996 Conference, Sacramento, California, June 1996.
“Strategies for Supporting Individuals with High-functioning Autism/Aspergers
Syndrome”
With Dr. Edna Smith, Autism Treatment Services of Canada National
Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, May, 1996.
“Creating Community in the Classroom”
With M. Ruth Davenport and Sylvia J. Donnelly, Missouri Federation
Council for Exceptional Children Spring Conference, March 1996.
“Talking to Students about Autism.”
With Jean-Paul Bovee and Sylvia J. Donnelly, Missouri Federation Council for
Exceptional Children Spring Conference, March 1996.

“Adults with Autism Panel”
Organizer/moderator, National Autism Symposium, St. Louis, 1996.

Tips for Working with Parents”
Missouri Innovations in Special Education Conf, Columbia, MO, Nov. 1995.

“Curriculum Adaptations for Diverse Learners”
Midwest Educational Leadership Conf on Autism, KC, MO, Nov.1995.

“Resources for Autism on the Internet”
Midwest Educational Leadership Conf on Autism, Kansas City, MO, Nov. 1995.

“The Adventures of Jean-Paul”
Keynote address with Jean-Paul Bovee, Kansas Annual Autism Conference,
Kansas City, KS, Oct. 1995.

“Married Couples with Autism Panel”
Organizer and moderator, International MAAPing the Future
Conference, Indianapolis, IN, Sept. 1995.
“Siblings of Persons with Autism Panel”
Organizer and moderator, International MAAPing the Future Conference,
Indianapolis, IN, Sept. 1995.

“Speaking for Ourselves: Young Adults with Autism Panel.”
The Autism Society of America National Conf, Greensboro, NC,1995.
“Strategies for Assisting Individuals with High-Functioning Autism and/or
Aspergers.” With Stine M. Levy, The Autism Society of America National
Conference, Greensboro, NC, July, 1995.

“Subtypes: Parents and Professionals Look at Diversity.”
With Charles A. Hart, Luke Tsai, & Edna Smith-Herron, The Autism Society of
America National Conf, Greensboro, NC, July, 1995.

“What I have learned as a Parent”
Western Missouri Chapter of the A S A, Kansas City, MO, July, 1995.

“What’s all this noise about Inclusion?”
With paraprofessional Tracye Cox, PARAdise conf, Columbia, MO, April 1995.
“Social Stories: A Proactive Behavior Management Tool”
Missouri Federation Council for Exceptional Children Spring Conference,
Springfield, MO, March, 1995.

“The Story, the Strategies, and the Inspiration.”
Advocates for High-Functioning Individuals with Autism / Pervasive
Developmental Disorder, Long Island, NY, March 8, 1995.
“Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder”
Innovations in Spec Educ Conf, Columbia, MO, Nov.15, 1994.
“Starting with a Dream: MAPS & Future Planning”
With Ellen Feldman and Susan Hawkins, Innovations in Special Education
Conference, Columbia, MO, November 15, 1994.

“Inclusion of Students with Higher-Functioning Autism”
Kansas ASA Annual conference, Kansas City, October 1994.

“Whole Language and the Child with Autism”
With M. Ruth Davenport, The Autism Society of America National Conference,
Las Vegas, July, 1994.

“About our Lives: Young Adults with Autism Panel”
The Autism Society of America National Conference, July, 1994.

“Educating Students with Autism in the Least Restrictive Environment”
Team Collaboration and Curriculum adaptations, Project ACCESS, MO autism
resource agency, workshop, April 1994.

“Pros and Cons of Inclusion: A Debate”
With Cynthia Watkins, Missouri Federation Council for Exceptional
Children State Conference, St.. Louis, MO, March 1994.
“Including Students with Autism in Regular Education Programs”
With Dr. Edna Herron and Beth Steadman-Kraft, Missouri Innovations in Sp Ed
Conference, Jeff City, MO; November, 1993.

“Introduction to Autism”
Four inservices for Columbia Schools, Columbia, MO, Oct., 1993

“Special Education: Where have we come from, and where are we now?”
Staff inservice, Hume Public Schools, Hume, MO, August, 1993.
“Sharing our Experience: Young Adults with Autism”
International Conference on Autism; Toronto, Canada; July, 1993.

“Let’s Make a Deal”
With Dr. Edna Herron and Susan Moreno, International Conference on Autism,
Toronto, Canada, July, 1993.
“Young Adults Living with Autism”
Second National Autism Symposium; Missouri Department of Mental Health;
St. Louis, MO; March, 1993.

“Whole Language for the Child with Autism”
With Dr. M. Ruth Davenport; Missouri Council for Exceptional
Children Conference; Lake of the Ozarks, MO; March, 1993.

“Whole Language for the Child with Autism”
With Dr. M. Ruth Davenport; Learning Disability Association of Missouri.
Annual State Conference; Jefferson City, MO, 1992.

“The Gifted Student with Autism”
With Dr. Reuben Altman, Autism Society of America National Conference;
Albuquerque, NM; July, 1992.

“Straight from the Heart: Young Adults with Autism Speak about their Lives”
Autism Soc of Amer National Conference; Albuquerque, NM; 1992.

“The Gifted Student with Autism”
Third Annual Missouri Autism Conference; Jefferson City, MO; 1992.

“Living with Autism” a panel of young adults with Autism.
Third Annual Missouri Autism Conference; Jeff City, MO; May, 1992.

“Diversion to Independence for Autistic Savants”
With Dr. Ruth Crist Sullivan, Dr. Temple Grandin, Susan Moreno, and K. Boos,
Autism Society of America National Conference; Indianapolis, IN; July, 1991.
“America’s Funniest Stories about Ourselves and Our Kids with Autism”
With Susan Moreno, Autism Society of America National
Conference; Indianapolis, IN; July, 1991.

“About Our Lives: Young Adults with Autism Speak Out”
Autism Society of America National Conf; Indianapolis, IN; 1991.

“A Community Based Activity Program for Elementary Aged Students with
Multiple handicaps.” Missouri Autism Conf; Columbia, MO; May, 1991.

“Using the Apple Computer with Low -functioning Students”
Series of eight workshops at Delaware Elem; Springfield, MO; 1991.

“Reaching Every Student” Inservice at Hume Schools, MO; January, 1991.
“Learning Disabilities and Autism: The Differences and the Overlap” With Dr.
Edna Herron, Learning Disability Association of Missouri Annual Conference;
St. Louis, MO; November, 1990.
“Vocational Workjobs for Low-functioning Students”
Inservice; Springfield Public Schools; November, 1990

“Social and Leisure Skills for the Autistic”
ACCESS Teacher Training ; Sikeston, MO; August, 1988.

“Parent/Teacher Cooperation Game” ACCESS Teacher Training; Kansas City,
MO; May. 1988.

“My Experience as an Autistic”
With my son, Jean-Paul Bovee; Inservice, Mid-Missouri Mental Health Center;
University of Missouri Hospital; Columbia, MO; 1987.
“The Special Student in the Mainstream” Inservice; Hume Schls, MO; 1987.

“My Experience as an Autistic”
With my son, Jean-Paul Bovee; Missouri Council for Exceptional Children State
Conference; Lake of the Ozarks, MO; March, 1986.

“Our Experience with Autism”
With Jean-Paul Bovee: Western Missouri Chapter; National Society for Autistic
Children; Kansas City, MO; 1986.

“Parental Involvement in Therapy with Autistic Children
Natl. Soc for Autistic Children Annual Conf, Washington, D.C., 1986.

“Parental Involvement in Therapy with Autistic Children”MO Federation C E C
Spring Conference; Lake of the Ozarks, MO;1986.

				
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