Developing ABA Autism Programs in the Classroom August 14-16 2017

  • August 14, 2017 - August 18, 2017
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Learn to organize, instruct, and maintain an ABA Autism program in a school or home. We provide skill building exercises related to assessment, development of educational programs, instructional delivery, and data collection for progress monitoring. Participants will identify and practice important behavioral concepts and skills that enhance the instructor’s behavior management, instructional delivery and daily Read More

Developing ABA Autism Programs in the Classroom

Teachers are experiencing dramatic improvements in communication, behavior and learning when they use Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) approach to Autism. ABA uses the most researched and proven methods for teaching learners with autism. Stop wasting professional development time and money on eclectic approaches that contradict methods that work. Your learners with autism have no time to waste. Learn to organize, …

Autism in China

I was reviewing some files last evening and was reminded of my trip to China several years ago. My friend, Kim Bennett, also a BCBA, and I met with families of children with autism and provided communication training. We visited with children in an orphanage exhibiting symptoms of various disabilities and conducted assessments to help staff and teachers guide their …

Problem Behavior Training

In this two-day workshop you will learn and practice research-based methods of applied behavior analysis to teach appropriate replacement behaviors and decrease problem behavior in learners with autism. Suggested participants: Teachers, classroom support staff, administrators, speech pathologists, school psychologists, parents, BCBAs, BCaBAs, behavior specialists.

Helpful Autism Links

Links to some of our favorite free Autism resources from around the web. Provided by the National Autism Association. A free toolkit given to Autism families in need containing some tools to assist in preventing and responding to wandering-related emergencies. The primary goal of the National Standards Project from the National Autism Association is to provide critical information about which …