We hold your hand the whole way so its okay if you’re not great with technology! Everything is
completely online. First of all, all courses are asynchronous, meaning that you can access your courses when it’s convenient for you each week. There are no prearranged meeting times.
Courses are self-paced and can be completed easily during teacher prep periods, evenings, team
planning meetings, or on the weekends. You can spend as much or as little time as you want
completing activities, sharing and learning! Yet, the courses are taught by expert professors to answer your questions and to guide learning. Individuals are provided teaching assistants, support representatives and technical and customer support. Learners leave the course with a standards-informed Teaching PORTFOLIO and tools for implementing ISA curricula.
We also provide teaching assistants, learners support representatives and round-the-clock support to help you succeed!
Developed by a multi-disciplinary team of 15 curriculum experts across the United States and supported by a world-renowned faculty, this first-of-its-kind course provides the best practices for those who support individuals with disabilities.
The BILT™ Course (Formerly AGI Residential/Daily Living) will help families as well as Direct Support Providers in group residential settings, assisted living, agricultural, and intentional communities. Not only will participants learn approaches and methods to support daily living, participants will also learn to develop an individualized portfolio of supports and strategies for individuals with autism or related disabilities. This portfolio can be developed, utilized and updated with the network of supporters and the individual in his/her daily living setting.
All courses address support to all disability populations, and provide curricula for addressing a variety issues. Have questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1855HOULTON to learn about enrollment. We work with school districts too! Click on the sections to the left to learn more.
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