I-SPAN is a graduate-level program that prepares professionals to work with individuals with autism across the lifespan. The nine-credit (three courses) sequence examines a variety of contemporary topics related to best practices in person-centered support of individuals with autism in multiple settings. I-SPAN is open to graduate-level matriculated and non-matriculated students in a variety of disciplines, including:
- speech-language pathology
- social work
- physical therapy
- occupational therapy
- Coursework meets the needs of professionals in a variety of disciplines
- Work and study collaboratively with faculty and students from across disciplines
- Receive a certificate of specialization in autism upon completion
- Professional educators can use vouchers toward tuition
- Professionals can earn continuing education units for completion of course
- Evening courses offered during fall, spring, and summer semesters
- Convenient location in Pittsford, N.Y.
- AUT 660 Exploring Autism from Multiple Perspectives
- AUT 661 Autism Supports Across the Lifespan
- AUT 662 Autism: A Contemporary Lens
NEW ENROLLMENT INFORMATION
The rate given to professionals taking the courses as continuing education is 50 percent of the regular course tuition. As a continuing education participant, you will not receive course credit for completion, but instead will receive a continuing education certificate indicating the number of contact hours. A transcript will be provided that indicates your completion of the continuing education course in its entirety.
Shanna Jamanis, Ph.D.
Associate Professor in Inclusive Childhood Education
firstname.lastname@example.org • 585-389-2622
Dawn Vogler-Elias, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Assistant Professor in Communication Sciences and Disorders
email@example.com • 585-389-2770