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Behavior Analysis with Autism and Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities

  • Jane Howard, PhD, BCBA-D

February 21, 2019 | 02:00 PM – 03:00 PM EST

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Behavior Analysis in Aging: Behavioral Gerontology

This presentation is part of the ABA Subspecialty Series: Diversity in Practice. Gerontology expert, Jon Baker, PhD, BCBA-D, covers topics such as origins of the subspecialty area, seminal publications in the area, specific types of problems behavior analysts address within the area, and how the treatment approach varies from alternative methods. Sign up to join him live on chat for the official premiere! Jon will be answering your questions and looks forward to a lively discussion.

Free!

Behavior Analysis with Children and Adolescents: Behavioral Pediatrics

This presentation is part of the ABA Subspecialty Series: Diversity in Practice. Pediatrics expert, Pat Friman, PhD, ABPP, covers topics such as origins of the subspecialty area, seminal publications in the area, specific types of problems behavior analysts address within the area, and how the treatment approach varies from alternative methods. Sign up to join him live on chat for the official premiere! Pat will be answering your questions and looks forward to a lively discussion.

Free!

Behavior Analysis in Industry: Organizational Behavior Management

This presentation is part of the ABA Subspecialty Series: Diversity in Practice. Organizational Behavior Management expert, John Austin, PhD, covers topics such as origins of the subspecialty area, seminal publications in the area, specific types of problems behavior analysts address within the area, and how the treatment approach varies from alternative methods. 

Free!
Assessment5 hours

An Introduction to the AFLS

The Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS) is a comprehensive functional skills assessment that can be modified by mixing and matching any of 6 different assessment protocols to create an individualized assessment that focuses on the current needs of the learner. Why the assessment came into existence; how parents, teachers, and professionals such as BCBAs can use the assessment; how the assessment is scored; and how to choose programs based on the results will be discussed.

$100.00

Sharing the Craft: A BCBA Apprenticeship Story

Increased standards for supervision are needed for the betterment of the field.  However, it is a challenge for organizations to meet these standards.  Throughout the ages, experts in all trades have passed along their wisdom through apprenticeship opportunities. An apprenticeship model to mentor, educate, and train students on the science of human behavior will be discussed, including a summary of the model, typical supervision activities, and meeting schedules.  

 

$30.00

The Role of Mentoring in Career Blazing in Behavior Analysis

Each professional is a product of their history and their current environment.  By conducting an analysis of your professional and personal influences, you can prepare yourself to identify your unique strengths and your remaining professional development needs.  This talk presents a series of questions that may assist women in behavior analysis in reflecting on their core influences and preparing to actively create the opportunities for new core influences.  Strategies are provided for identifying a mentor, charting your professional development path and purposefully advancing your career while maintaining happiness in both career and personal life. 

Free!

Identifying and Mastering Pivotal Leadership Skills

Everyone wants to be a leader, but no one is born a leader. A leader is someone who has followers (Daniels, 2005) because they behave in a way that inspires others to follow. Those behaviors can be analyzed into pivotal skills (i.e., skills that impact multiple repertoires) and singular skills (i.e., the skill is useful but does not necessarily produce change in other behavior). The members of this panel will discuss the pivotal skills for great leadership and the repertoires that are directly or indirectly impacted by those pivotal skills. They will also discuss strategies for mastering pivotal leadership skills throughout the span of a career.

$40.00

Recent Advances in the Functional Assessment and Treatment of Destructive Behavior

In this workshop, Dr. Fisher will show how Functional Analysis methods have increased our understanding of how environmental antecedents and consequences affect destructive behavior; facilitated the development of novel and effective treatments, and produced simpler and more efficient interventions.  Next, he will show how descriptive data can be used to develop alternative functional analyses for idiosyncratic functions of destructive behavior displayed by individuals with autism.  Finally, he will focus on recent research on establishing-operation manipulations that can be used to prevent extinction bursts when treatment is initiated; stimulus-control procedures that can be used to promote the rapid transfer of treatment effects to novel therapists, contexts, and caregivers; and the use of behavioral momentum theory to prevent resurgence of problem when caregivers do not implement treatment procedures with high procedural integrity.

$75.00

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