PEERS® Lab @ UMaine Virtual Bootcamp: Dating Skills

This PEERS® Virtual Dating Boot camp is open to all including teens, young adults, parents, and professionals. Attendees are presented with targeted skills through didactic instruction and role-play demonstrations, and have the opportunity to practice newly learned skills through independent practice and behavioral rehearsal exercises.

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This free Dating Boot Camp training is 6, 1 hour online videos and modules, and can provide you with 6 contact hours.

Please complete this form to register. After you register, we will send you the link and password to access the first module.

Research Participation Opportunity:

You are invited to participate in a research project being conducted by Sarah Howorth, Ph.D., a faculty member, in the Graduate Special Education program, School of Learning and Teaching at the University of Maine. The purpose of the research is to evaluate the effect of participation in this online PEERS® Dating Bootcamp module on the understanding of dating etiquette by those who participate and are also on the autism spectrum. You will be instructed to respond to an anonymous survey about your dating etiquette knowledge before beginning the module. This survey should take you 10 minutes. You must be at least 18 years of age and in the PEERS® Dating Bootcamp to participate in this study.

Please complete this survey to register and be part of the critical research on this subject. The research registration and survey will also be available on the landing page of the training modules.

Receive Contact Hours:

After completing the training, please complete our evaluation form. You must complete the evaluation to receive your contact hours.

Contact MAIER if you have any other questions.