Parents, therapists, educators and other service providers are invited to attend a comprehensive mini-course designed to familiarize participants with the fundamental principles and everyday application of ABA and how to incorporate those principles across home, school and community environments.
Module 1: Overview of ABA an introduction into the science of ABA, its basic principles and how it works with learners of all ages and developmental levels.
Module 2: Reducing Problem Behaviors how to conduct a functional assessment and use it as a basis for creating successful behavior intervention plans, including basic programs addressing typical problematic behaviors.
Module 3: Effective Teaching Procedures essential ABA instructional techniques and methods including prompting and fading, shaping, modeling, task analyses and chaining, graduated guidance and errorless teaching.
Module 4: Discrete Trial Training and Verbal Behavior I how to conduct a discrete trial in both the natural and more structured teaching environments; introduction to verbal behavior and how to teach vocal and non-vocal learners to communicate.
Module 5: Verbal Behavior II and Data Collection teaching intermediate and advanced communication skills; ways to structure and organize programs and materials, and how to take effective data.
Date: Tuesday Evenings - November 12th through December 10th Time: 6 pm to 9 pm - Doors open at 5:30 Location: Meeting Room at Our Lady of Fatima Church - 5 Strathmore Road, Scarsdale, NY Fee: Early Registration (by October 31) $250 - Late Registration (by November 8) $300 Requirements: Participants will be emailed training handouts so attendance must be reserved in advance
STRICTLY LIMITED TO 30 PARTICIPANTS - RESERVATIONS HELD ON FIRST-COME BASIS