Community Accessibility Trainings
TRIAD works to increase accessibility for individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental and intellectual disabilities by providing information and training to community organizations to increase knowledge and understanding in our community. TRIAD provides two types of trainings open to community organizations interested in increasing accessibility and inclusion.
Train-the-Trainer Lab: Building Capacity for Community Inclusion (4 hours)
- Who can attend?
This training is designed for staff who are involved or interested in identifying accessibility challenges and solutions for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other intellectual and developmental disabilities and helping to build capacity within their organization. It is recommended participants attend TRIAD's Staff and Volunteer Accessibility Workshop prior to attending this workshop.
- What will they learn?
Participants will receive resources to provide in-person and remote trainings to their organization using TRIAD online training modules and learn skills to develop evidence-based resources for general use or specific events at their organization. Attendees will have the opportunity to identify and create supports to implement, as well as have access to continued TRIAD support following the training.
- When will this take place?
- November 12 & 13, 2020, 9-11 a.m.
- Must attend both days
- This is a virtual training
- Register here