Here’s the recording of our recent webinar with the Organization for Autism Research (OAR). 

We missed you at the webinar! We appreciate that schedules can get busy—the good news is you can watch the recording and increase your toolbox of tools and resources to  champion wellbeing in special education. 

Whether you’re a seasoned educator or new to the field, you’ll always have access to applicable ideas for educators to implement for themselves and their students. Ready-made materials are available for all for free on Proof Positive’s website, and the webinar provides some quick and easy implementation ideas!

You’ll hear from our experts, Katie, Patricia, and Jamie, to learn about actionable strategies that educators can implement for themselves and their students to enhance wellbeing and hear from others who are committed to the wellbeing of the autism community.  

Stay Connected by joining Proof Positive’s Autism Wellbeing Alliance and following us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

Meet Our Speakers

  • Katie Curran, MAPP, is the Chief Wellbeing Officer of Proof Positive, a non-profit organization dedicated to spreading the science and skills of happiness for individuals with autism and their communities. Katie has over 20 years of clinical experience working with autistic individuals. She’s widely recognized as a creative force in autism intervention, developing strategies and tools that fuse Positive Psychology with ABA to improve wellbeing.
  • Jamie Evanko, MS, first discovered the potential of positive psychology to benefit her students, teams, and personal life while teaching, and it quickly became a passion. As an educator, she knows positive psychology practices can foster academic growth and emotional wellbeing among her students—because she’s experienced and implemented it firsthand. As Proof Positive’s Manager of Customer Success, Jamie applies her expertise and leadership in education to ensure anyone using Proof Positive resources has the highest-quality implementation support.
  • Patricia Wright’s, PhD, MPH, commitment to ensuring all individuals with autism have access to effective services and support has guided her work for over 30 years. Her expertise started with her earliest responsibilities as a special educator. She now serves the autism community as Executive Director at Proof Positive, seeking to spread the science and skills of happiness.
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