Fall Conference with Carol Gray Posted August 27, 2015 | Comments (1) Register for the Fall Conference with Carol Gray before September 1st to avoid a $15 late fee! CONFERENCE INFORMATION This fall Autism Tennessee’s annual Conference will be hosting Carol Gray as she presents: “Not Your Mother’s Social Stories” – a 10.2 One-Day Workshop. Participants will leave with a current understanding of Social Stories and a signed Social Stories 10.2 Certificate to prove it! Carol Gray is a Consultant to Individuals with Autism and Founder of Team Social Stories™ and Social Stories Satellite Schools and Services. She is an internationally sought-after keynote and seminar speaker and has completed over 1,000 presentations. SPEAKER: CAROL GRAY In this one-day training Carol will: Outline the philosophy and research-based rationale of every Social Story; Explain how the Social Story goal may be used by any parent or professional to determine what is – and is not – a Social Story; List the 10.2 criteria that ensure the integrity and safety of every Story, while demonstrating ‘fluency’ and understanding of the 10.1 criteria; Teach you to write a Social Story. Participants will leave with a current understanding of Social Stories and a signed Social Stories 10.2 Certificate to prove it! CAROL GRAY – SPEAKER BIO Carol Gray is best known for the development of Social Stories, a well-respected evidence-based practice used worldwide with people with autism of all ages. Carol was the first teacher for students with autism at Jenison Public Schools in Jenison, Michigan from 1977-2004. In 1989, Carol began writing stories for her students to share information with them that they seemed to be missing, information that so many of us take for granted. Many of the stories resulted in immediate and marked improvement in her students’ responses to daily events and interactions. Carol is an internationally sought-after keynote and seminar speaker, and has completed over 1,000 presentations. She has completed ground-breaking work on some of the toughest topics in autism by reviewing the research, outlining new theories, and developing practical instructional strategies, most notably Gray’s Guide to Bullying(2004) and Gray’s Guide to Loss, Learning, and Students with ASD (2003). Carol is a well sought after international speaker and author of articles, stories, and books written to help professionals, parents and individuals with autism. She has been financially compensated by Autism TN for her presentation. She has no non-financial disclosures. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Comments Katherine | September 11, 2015 at 1:16 pm Hi Carolyn, I will be there for the Fall Conference. Please send me the address so that I can come to study. Thank you so much! Katherine Write a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Submit Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.