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Continuing Education Units

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Webinars available for BCBAs

Els for Autism offers the following webinars to Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) who would like to receive continuing education credit.  To get started, select a course below to register and enter your payment details. Once enrolled, you will receive your direct access link via a confirmation email.

If you would like to watch these webinars for information only (not for continuing education credit), you can view these webinars and more on the free webinar page.

For more information on continuing education units:
Contact: Erin Brooker Lozott, M.S., CCC-SLP, Director of Clinical Services
Phone: 561-320-9521

Strategies for Tolerating and Wearing Masks and Coverings

Length: 45 minutes, Continuing Education Credits: .5 Level: Intermediate

Instructor: Marissa Eck, M.S., BCBA

Course Fee: $10

Mask wearing has become an essential skill over the last 6 months. To support our learners in adapting to the new normal, this presentation is designed to target the specific skill of tolerating and wearing a mask or face covering to protect from and prevent COVID-19. The webinar will address two evidence-based procedures; Shaping and Desensitization, to increase independent mask-wearing behaviors systematically. To register, click here.


Essential Skills of Daily Living

Length: 59 minutes Continuing Education Credits: 1.0 Level: Intermediate

Course Fee: $10

Essential skills or Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) are arguably the most crucial skills for our learners to gain and maintain. Essential skills are those that people do every day without assistance. Take a look at your own morning routine and think of all those tiny behavior chains you engage in before you even leave the house (e.g. wake up, get dressed, make coffee, make a meal, brush teeth). For many of our learners, these are skills that need to be specifically taught and adapted for the learners individualized skill level. This talk will address different types of essentials skills and review the 7 steps of how to effectively teach them.  To register, click here.


Sleep Supports and Strategies for Children with Autism and Related Disabilities

Length: 101 minutes Continuing Education Credits: .72 Level: Intermediate

Course Fee: $10

Sleep issues are a pervasive and common challenge for children with autism and related disorders. These sleep issues often have lasting detrimental effects on everyone involved. Creating and maintaining a sleep and wake routine is crucial in stabilizing sleep issues but can be challenging to implement. There are several evidence-based practices that have been shown to be effective in supporting sleep issues. The focus of this talk will be to address those strategies to promote a positive bedtime experience and discuss the evidence-based interventions that can be used.  To register, click here.

Teaching Appropriate Bathroom Use (T.A.B.U)

Length: 43 minutes Continuing Education Credits: .72 Level: Intermediate

Course Fee: $10

Teaching toileting skills can be a challenging feat in itself, but we often don’t realize that we need to teach the social aspects of toileting. Deficits in social skills and self-help skills present significant challenges for individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The focus of this talk will be on an example of a treatment package that was used to teach adolescent males with ASD to use a urinal and evidence-based strategies that can be used to teach social skills in public restrooms. To register, click here.

Safety for Individuals with ASD CEU Course

Length: 1 hour Continuing Education Credits: .72   Level: Intermediate

Course Fee: $10

1. Understand how to determine why unsafe situations are occurring.
2. Be able to implement strategies to prevent or minimize the risk of safety-related accidents.
3. Understand strategies to teach new skills to replace unsafe behaviors.

To register, click here.

Proveyendo Supervisión a Terapistas y Clientes

La supervisión es un proceso cíclico continuo que implica el refinamiento de las conductas del supervisor y supervisado. Habitualmente, la supervisión afecta a todos los niveles de entrega de servicios. Por lo tanto, es importante que los supervisores practiquen supervisión ética y efectiva. Esta presentación se enfocará en debatir las responsabili

Course Fee: $10

To register, click here.