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Applied Behavior Analysis: Improving The Quality Of Life Of Children With Autism & Other Developmental Disabilities

Applied Behavior Analysis: Improving The Quality Of Life Of Children With Autism & Other Developmental Disabilities

Dates: April 13-15, 2018

Venue: R.E.A.C.H. Inc., 2nd Flr., Uniwide Sales Metro Mall,#43 Real St. Pamplona, Las Piñas City

Overview:

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), is simply the application of behavioral principles, to everyday situations, that will, over time, increase or decrease targeted behaviors. ABA has been used to help individuals acquire many different skills, such as language skills, self-help skills, and play skills. In addition, these principles can help to decrease maladaptive behaviors such as aggression, self-stimulatory behaviors, and self-injury. ABA is a discipline that employs objective data to drive decision-making about an individual’s program.

Objectives: At the end of the three (3) day seminar-workshops, the participants will:
  1. Reduce the repetitive behaviors common to children with ASD;
  2. Reduce frustration in children faced with challenging situations;
  3. Replace unwanted behaviors into a more acceptable one;
  4. Increase appropriate social skills;
  5. Give children effective consequences using reinforcement rather than punishment;
  6.  Teach and reinforce functional communication skills;
  7. Teach children to perform independent living activities. even complex ones with multiple steps;
  8. Get children to develop better academic skills
  9. Gain comprehensive ABA training on the methods and techniques of ABA;
  10. Access to highly trained and experienced practitioners who can answer questions about properly implementing ABA therapy with your child or student;
  11. Substantial discounts on Special Learning’s Autism products, ABA products and Autism resources.
  Who are invited?
  • School administrators/Principals
  •  Regular and SPED teachers
  •  Curriculum Developers
  •  Guidance Counselors
  •  Social and Health workers
  •  Professionals from related disciplines (e.g., Psychologists, Occupational, Speech-Language, Physical Therapists, ABA specialist, etc.)
  • College Administrators, College Professors/ Instructors, College/MA/Ph.D. Students

Teaching Language To Children With Autism &/Or Developmental Disorders

 

Teaching Language To Children With Autism &/Or Developmental Disorders Dates: April 6-8, 2018 Venue: R.E.A.C.H. Inc., 2nd Flr., Uniwide Sales Metro Mall, #43 Real St. Pamplona, Las Piñas City

Overview: This workshop is designed to provide an overview of B.F. Skinner’s analysis of language to parents, educators, and other practitioners. A review of the primary verbal operant will be provided along with a video-taped review of teaching methods typically used to teach those skills. Some children with ASD may not talk at all while others may know words but not use them very often. There are varieties of research-proven techniques that can help teach students to speak more and to expand on the words they are using. Participants will learn how to assess a child’s language abilities, and how to implement several important intervention strategies. A major emphasis will be placed on identifying methods to enhance and utilize motivational variables (establishing operations) to teach language in both structured teaching sessions and in daily activities. Techniques for coordinating the on-going decision making necessary for effective language intervention and methods of data collection and techniques of tracking the acquisition of the skills will be presented.    

Objectives:

At the end of the three day seminar-workshop, the participants will be able to:

  1.  Identify examples of B.F. Skinner’s verbal operants;
  2. Describe how curricular variables affect the motivation of young children with autism and other developmental disorders;
  3.  How teaching a child to mand for reinforcers results in the development of several other important learner skills;
  4. Identify methods for developing and maintaining the motivation of young children with autism and other developmental disorders;
  5. Conduct an initial behavioral language assessment such as to determine the most appropriate initial language intervention for young children with language delay;
  6. Identify the criteria for selection of the initial words to teach young children who do not have expressive language skills;
  7. Identify the critical elements of discrete trials instruction;
  8. Explain how to perform a correction procedure in situations in which the student provides an incorrect response;
  9. Explain how to develop intraverbal skills (ability to talk about people, items, places, events and experiences);
  10. Identify how the critical elements of discrete trial instruction can be implemented within the child’s typical daily events.
Who are invited?
  • School administrators/Principals
  • Regular and SPED teacher
  • Curriculum Developers
  • Guidance Counselors
  • Social and Health workers
  • Professionals from related disciplines (e.g., Psychologists, Occupational, Speech-Language, Physical Therapists, ABA specialist, etc.)
  • College Administrators, College Professors/ Instructors, College/MA/Ph.D. Students


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2nd Flr., Uniwide Sales Metromall,
#43 Real St., Pamplona, Las Piñas City

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