Sustaining Efforts to Maintain and Bridge the Implementation of Universal Design for Learning from School to Work and Community!
Webinars are available on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month through December 2022. These are no-cost, one-hour live and on-demand webinars related to the use and function of UDL for post-secondary and transition students with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities and Autism.
Join us on Thursday, August 11, 2022 – Webinar Topic:
Promote and Not Limit Choices and Opportunities for Transition Students with Development and Intellectual Disabilities
Transition Student with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities: Promote and not limit equity, choice, and opportunity for Post-Secondary Education, Technical Education, Apprenticeship, and Paid Employment.
Monica Meyer with son Michael
Monica Meyer, Monica Meyer Consulting Inc., has worked with hundreds of parents, teachers, employment and residential agencies and people with autism since 1997. She is very pleased to be working with Thurston-Mason Developmental Disabilities on their project, Bridging Universal Design for Learning to the Classroom to Work.
Monica’s training and consultation efforts were created so that families, educators, residential and employment agencies could understand what autism is and provide effect Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) best practice-evidence based strategies and supports throughout the lifespan. Her passion for lifelong, ASD evidence based strategies comes from her commitment to her own adult son. Michael.
She has helped turn obstacles and barriers to community life, into opportunities and positive life experiences. She is passionate about educating others about autism and is dedicated to improving quality of life for those living with autism.