ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Middle-Schoolers and Autism
Mary Wrobel is the author of Taking Care of Myself, a hygiene, health, puberty, and personal safety curriculum for students with ASD and related disabilities. Her book won the Autism Society of America Outstanding Literary Work of the Year Award-Educational Division for 2004. Her most recent book, Taking Care of Myself 2, is a guide for teens and young adults with ASD and covers the topics of hygiene, health, public behavior, relationships, personal safety, and sex and sexual relationships. She has also contributed to two previously published books: Autism 101 Manual and Asperger’s and Girls.
Ms. Wrobel is a teacher and speech-language pathologist who has taught and worked with students with autism and other disabilities for more than 25 years. As a consultant, she trains both parents and teachers in communication and language approaches, behavior strategies, academic/curricular modifications, safety instruction, as well as health, hygiene, puberty, and personal safety. Her extensive knowledge of and experience with assistive technology has helped her to create a large library of resources as well as individualized materials, supports strategies and accommodations and for a wide variety of students with disabilities.
Besides presenting nationally at several autism conferences, Ms. Wrobel has also taught university classes, has spoken to several parent organizations, and has offered numerous, varied workshops to many professionals including speech-language pathologists, nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, psychologists, and teachers.
JULY 14, 2020
|11am CST||Mary Wrobel speaks with Q&A|
|12:15pm CST||Individual Q&A|
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