Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities Programs Division

Project Specialized Early Teaching (SET)

Project Specialized Early Teaching (Project SET) is a training and technical assistance program offered to professionals working with children with autism in early intervention programs or preschool programs throughout the state of New Mexico. The goals of the program are to promote the early identification and diagnosis of young children and increase competence in evidence based interventions for autism spectrum disorders. Project SET consultants host annual live trainings, conduct webinars and are available to conduct short-term consultations to classrooms and agencies. Project SET is jointly funded by the NM Department of Health / Family Infant Toddler Program and the NM Public Education Department / Special Education Bureau.

For information about Project Specialized Early Teaching call (505) 272-1852 or     1-800-270-1861.

 

 


Early Intervention providers, child care providers, Head Start staff, families, health care providers, therapists and other early childhood partners are invited to attend this informative presentation funded by the New Mexico Department of Health.

CEUs are available

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