The effects of autism can create significant barriers to learning, and can severely affect communication, social and academic skill development. Instead, socially inappropriate behaviors begin to develop as a means to gain access to things or remove unwanted events. Through targeted skills training, you can teach appropriate behaviors to replace problem behaviors so that your learners can be active participants in learning and social interactions.
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.
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