Association for Behavior Analysis International

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45th Annual Convention; Chicago, IL; 2019

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Workshop #W37
CE Offered: BACB
What About Us?: Simple, Evidence-Based Practices for Middle and High School Students With Autism to Reduce Disruptive Behavior
Friday, May 24, 2019
8:00 AM–3:00 PM
Swissôtel, Third Floor, Bianco
Area: AUT/TBA; Domain: Service Delivery
CE Instructor: Laura Kenneally, Ed.D.
LAURA KENNEALLY (Advance Learning Center)
Description: Many middle and high school aged students with autism engage in a range of disruptive behavior, which severely limit their abilities to participate in typical family, school, and community activities. This workshop details several successful data-based case studies of public middle and high school students who learned to manage their disruptive behavior. These cases include decreasing aggression, self-injury, to near zero levels and maintaining for years. In addition, we will discuss toilet training a 15 year old.
Learning Objectives: The simple evidence-based interventions will be described using video, hands on activities, and a step-by-step visual manual in order to help parents, special educators, and BCBAs to enact these methods with their students quickly and easily. Participants are encouraged to bring their own cases to work in small groups to create strategies to use in their work settings.
Activities: The simple evidence-based interventions will be described using video, hands on activities, and a step-by-step visual manual in order to help parents, special educators, and BCBAs to enact these methods with their students quickly and easily. Participants are encouraged to bring their own cases to work in small groups to create strategies to use in their work settings.
Audience: special educators, and BCBAs, administrators
Content Area: Practice
Instruction Level: Intermediate

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