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Thursday, December 3 • 10:20am - 11:10am
Supporting immigrant and refugee families through the Autism Equal Access Project LIMITED

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This presentation will be about a 2-year long program targeting the needs of low-income, immigrant, refugee and other culturally and linguistically diverse families of children with Autism in south King County, WA. This project focused on the following areas to help families: 1) Access to knowledge about Autism; 2) Access to iPads as assistive technology; 3) Access to creating safe home environments; 4) Access to ABA therapy. Each area was addressed through different culturally responsive programs within the Autism Equal Access Project, including parent workshops, iPad parent training program, home repairs for low-income families and an in-home ABA support program.. OBJECTIVES: -Learn about programs that have been successful when working with and supporting immigrant, refugee and other culturally and linguistically diverse individuals with Autism and their families. - How to be culturally responsive when working with families of diverse backgrounds to access different services and resources -Understand more about the needs of immigrant and refugee families of children with Autism and how to support them more effectively


Sayaka Omori

Family Support Services Programs Manager, Open Doors for Multicultural Families

Thursday December 3, 2015 10:20am - 11:10am PST
Medford 1401 SW Naito Parkway Portland, OR 97201

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