| Online Course for Caregivers to Begin June 23rd!
A 12-week online course that provides parents, siblings, family members, in-home support workers, agency support providers and volunteers from the community the foundational knowledge, competencies and tools necessary to support the daily-living needs of transition aged students, young adults and adults with autism!
The program includes lectures, videos, moderated discussions, activities, chat rooms, reading activities and more: All at your own pace!
Funded by a grant from Autism Speaks, the AGI Residential Daily Living Support Course was developed by the Autistic Global Initiative of the Autism Research Institute and a team of 15 curriculum experts across the United States. The course is hosted by the Houlton Institute and will begin Monday, June 23rd.
Click here to view the course brochure!
*Note: Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) are available through a partnership with Oregon State University. Learn more here! In addition, some scholarships are also available. Email LearnerSupport@houltoninstitute.com if you are interested in learning about a scholarship.
“Knowing what I know now, I feel so much more confident in my ability to be a care taker and also to be more patient.” – Alexandra, participant in the first round of the course
Register for the Course Today!
Have questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-855-HOULTON to learn about enrollment. Program cost is $300 but there are a limited number of scholarships available.