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49th Annual Convention; Denver, CO; 2023

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Invited Paper Session #349
CE Offered: BACB
School Teleconsultation: Enhancing Access and Collaboration to Support Students
Monday, May 29, 2023
11:00 AM–11:50 AM
Convention Center 401/402
Area: EDC; Domain: Service Delivery
Chair: Renee Hawkins (University of Cincinnati)
CE Instructor: Aaron J. Fischer, Ph.D.
Presenting Author: AARON J. FISCHER (University of Utah)
Abstract: Students who need social-emotional and behavioral supports receive their education in a variety of educational settings, and many times the staff who in those settings require additional supports to effectively support student achievement and outcomes. Considering the need for additional supports with student behavior, and the shortage of qualified school-based behavior health providers, available school consultants should consider options for using technology to help provide access to services to rural and underserved communities. This presentation will provide an overview of the problem-solving teleconsultation framework as a way to address the need for behavior supports in schools and give guidance for behavior analysts on different applications of behavioral teleconsultation services. The presentation will also review ethical considerations related to teleconsultation practice including technology access issues, privacy and security.
Instruction Level: Basic
Target Audience:

Practitioners, Researchers, Supervisors, and Trainers

Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of the presentation, participants will be able to: (1) learn about the problem-solving teleconsultation framework; (2) understand different applications of behavioral teleconsultation services; (3) Identify ethical considerations related to teleconsultation practice including technology access issues related to telehealth; (4) Understand the benefits related to accessing telehealth supports, especially for individuals from marginalized communities
 
AARON J. FISCHER (University of Utah)
Dr. Fischer is the Dee Endowed Professor of school psychology and adjunct associate professor of psychiatry. He is the director of the University of Utah Technology in Training Education and Consultation Lab and the Huntsman Mental Health Institute's interdisciplinary feeding disorders clinic. Dr. Fischer is also the the co director of the of the University of Utah Huntsman Mental Health Institute's Utah School Mental Health Collaborative. He is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst. He has worked with individuals with mental and behavioral health concerns, and their families for over 15 years. His research focuses on the intersection of innovative technology, behavior, and school mental health, specifically telehealth and teleconsultation applications to support diverse students, caregivers, and educators.
 

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