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44th Annual Convention; San Diego, CA; 2018

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Business Meeting #8
Rehabilitation and Independent Living Special Interest Group
Friday, May 25, 2018
7:00 PM–7:50 PM
Marriott Marquis, Presidio 2
Chair: Chris Persel (Centre for Neuro Skills)
The Rehabilitation and Independent Living (R.A.I.L.) Special Interest Group has continued to support the need for expanding the impact of behavior analysis in the field of rehabilitation, neurorehabilitation, and related areas. Through presentations at the ABAI conference and SIG business meeting, the R.A.I.L. SIG helps to maintain dissemination, communication, and collaboration of information that has proven to be of interest to its members. Visit the page to check it out and join/like, the URL is Rehabilitation, and specifically neurorehabilitation professionals face unique behavior challenges with the population they serve. When individuals have experienced a disruption in neurological function whether from a traumatic brain injury, brain tumor, stroke or other neuro condition, it is not uncommon for difficult behaviors to emerge. Most allied health professionals, including physical therapists, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists and nurses, do not focus on behavior remediation however in collaboration with behavior analysts can have a significant role in positive behavior change. Issues related to training, student development and research have been and will be reviewed at the SIG meeting. We welcome participants from all treatment disciplines and behavior analysts that currently work in the field of rehabilitation or have interests in populations outside of autism.



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