Target start date: August 2015
Antioch University New England’s Autism Spectrum Disorders Certificate Program seeks an experienced occupational therapist to teach a 1-credit weekend graduate course: Sensory Issues for Individuals with Autism. The class is scheduled to meet 8:30 – 5:00 on Saturdays, 22 August and 12 September 2015, at our Keene, NH Campus.
The ideal candidate will be a masters or doctoral-level occupational therapist with experience with individuals with an autism spectrum disorder. Teaching and/or presenting experience is preferred, but not necessary.
The Autism Spectrum Disorders Certificate Program is a 12-credit graduate certificate with a focus on the Autism Spectrum. Students come to our campus one weekend a month for classes and are drawn from a variety of backgrounds including educators, counselors, administrators, family members and self-advocates.
For more information, please contact Shelley Viles, Director, Autism Spectrum Disorders Certificate Program for the Applied Psychology Department at Antioch University New England, sviles @ antioch.edu , 603 283 2145.
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To apply, contact Shelley Viles, Director, Autism Spectrum Disorders Certificate Program, Antioch University New England, sviles @ antioch.edu , 603 283 2145.
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