Launch the webinar: Strategies for Tolerating and Wearing Masks and Coverings Marissa Eck, BCBA
Marissa Eck, BCBA Launch the webinar: Teaching Essential Skills of Daily Living Marissa Eck, BCBA
Launch the webinar: Supporting Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) in an Early Intensive Behavior Intervention (EIBI) Classroom Claire Seefried, SLP
Launch the webinar: Cognitive Behavior Therapy – Applications for Families Living with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Pat LeClair, BA. CYW, RP and Chantal Paterson, CYW
Launch the webinar: Behavior Basics
Jessica Weber, Ph.D., BCBA-D
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Launch the webinar: Teaching Appropriate Bathroom Use (T.A.B.U) Jessica Hayes, MS, BCBA
The focus of this talk will be to discuss differences in social interactions in male and female public restrooms, review an example of a treatment package that was used to teach adolescent males with ASD to use a urinal, and discuss other evidence-based strategies that can be used to teach social skills in public restrooms.
Launch the webinar: Receptive Language Skills: Addressing Faulty Stimulus Control
Yvonne Lam, M.A., BCBA, Receptive language involves a learner responding to the vocal verbal behavior of others (Grow & LeBlanc,2013). Deficits in receptive language may result in challenges in a variety of other skill areas such as academics (e.g., reading, writing, and math) and social skills (e.g., following simple instructions, responding to one’s name, receptive identification by name, feature, function, and class). While teaching receptive language skills, errors related to faulty stimulus control are particularly problematic. This webinar will review antecedent-based approaches and consequence-based approaches (i.e., error correction procedures) that are often used to address persistent errors and/or faulty stimulus control.
Launch the webinar: Safety Skills for Individuals with ASD
Toby Honsberger, Ed.D., BCBA-D, Executive Director, The Learning Academy
Launch the webinar: Tasting Time
Heather Bowditch, OTR/L, MA, LMFT, Occupational Therapist, Christine Viggiano, MS, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist, and Brittany Johansen, MA, CCC, Speech/Language Pathologist – The Center for Autism
This presentation will identify and discuss common challenges specific to motor and sensory impairments, food refusal, food selectivity by type, meal-time routine, and food selectivity by texture in children with autism spectrum disorder. Strategies that will assist a child who has challenges with feeding and eating are discussed. The “Tasting Time Intervention” utilized at The Center in Autism will be described.
Launch the webinar: The RUBI Parent Training Program Webinar
Dr. Karen Bearss, Ph.D., Acting Assistant Professor, Seattle Children’s Autism Center; Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington
Launch the webinar: What’s the Function: Understanding Behavior
Anibal Gutierrez, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Associate Director, Center for Autism and Related Disabilities, University of Miami, Department of Psychology