The AEA 267 Autism Resource Team consists of 9 professional staff, one administrator, They serve 61 public and 24 private school districts in 18 counties in eastern Iowa.
The AEA 267 Autism Resource Team provides consultative support to AEA 267 building support staff, local district/building staff, parents, and others involved in supporting children and adolescents with autism. Consultation centers around responding to questions/concerns involved in programming for the student. It typically involves reviewing school records, interviewing staff, and observation of the student. A meeting is then held and a written report follows which is directed to respond to those questions/concerns presented to the team.
Other AEA 267 Autism Resource Team activities involve coordinating and providing staff training and information on Autism.
School Districts: AGWSR, Alden, Allison-Bristow, Aplington-Parkersburg, Belmond-Klemme, CAL, Charles City, Clarksville, Clear Lake, Corwith-Wesley, Dows, Forest City, Garner-Hayfield, Greene, Hampton-Dumont, Iowa Falls, Lake Mills, Mason City, Meservey-Thornton, Nashua-Plainfield, Nora Springs-Rock Falls, North Central, North Iowa, Northwood-Kensett, Osage, Rockwell-Swaledale, Rudd-Rockford-Marble Rock, St. Ansgar, Sheffield-Chapin, Ventura, West Hancock, and Woden-Crystal Lake
School Districts: Cedar Falls, Denver, Dike-New Hartford, Dunkerton, East Buchanan, Gladbrook-Reinbeck, Grundy Center, Hudson, Independence, Janesville, Jesup, North Tama, Wapsie Valley, Waverly-Shell Rock, Union, Sumner, Tripoli, and Waterloo
School Districts: BCLUW, BGM, East Marshall, Eldora-New Providence, GMG, Grinnell-Newburg, Hubbard-Radcliffe, Marshalltown, Montezuma, South Tama, and West Marshall