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Empowering the Student with Autism in the University Environment

February 10, 2017 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am

If  you plan to attend this workshop, please RSVP by emailing Tammy Kroll,

Dahlonega Campus | Library Technology Center 163
Gainesville Campus | Hosch Library 134
Oconee Campus | Room 522

Presented by: Dr. Matthew Segall, Emory Autism Center

A workshop for everyone in academia who wishes to learn more about providing support to others who are dealing with Autism.

Dr. Matthew Segall is a psychologist and educational consultant working with individuals with autism spectrum disorders, their families, and educational teams. Dr. Segall’s skills and interests include transition to post-secondary education, practical educational and behavioral strategies, individual psychotherapy, and diagnostic and psycho-educational evaluations. Dr. Segall also has strong collaborative skills in working with interdisciplinary teams and program development.

This offering is an introductory seminar for those who have not attended this workshop before. A new, more advanced workshop will be offered in Fall 2017 with a roundtable question and answer period.

This workshop will be videotaped and captioned. The Power Point presentation will be distributed to individuals on each campus. The first 15 minutes of this workshop will be viewing a Youtube video from the Gainesville Campus. The Oconee and Dahlonega Campuses may view the video from Gainesville, but the video may be somewhat delayed. If you would like Student Disability Services to forward the video to you, please contact Student Disability Services – Gainesville Campus.

If you plan to attend this workshop, please RSVP by emailing Tammy Kroll,


February 10, 2017
9:30 am - 11:00 am
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DAH LTC 163 | GVL Library 134 | OCN Room 522


Tammy Kroll