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Building Partnerships with Schools: How to Be an Active Member of Your Child’s Team
April 12, 2021
Presenters: Kathryn Orvis, Ph.D., Parent and
Kathy Klingerman, Ed.S., BCaBA, Autism Consultant, Greater Lafayette Area Special Services
You and your child are the most important members of your child’s school team. Building partnerships takes time and effective communication. Kathryn Orvis, parent, and Kathy Klingerman, autism consultant, will share a road map on how they built a collaborative relationship. Further, they will provide tips and helpful hints that may work for you.
Addressing Behavior: Tips and Strategies
May 10, 2021
Presenter: Dr. Cathy Pratt, BCBA-D, Director
Indiana Resource Center for Autism
Indiana School Mental Health Initiative
When your son/daughter engages in problematic behaviors, knowing what to do can be challenging. This zoom will provide some helpful tips for families that can help in the home setting.
Tips for Implementing ABA in the Home
June 14, 2021
Presenter: Lisa Steward, MA, BCBA
Indiana Behavior Analysis Academy
Many of us recognize that Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a very effective treatment option for children with Autism. However, we may not realize that principles of ABA can be utilized by parents and caregivers to reduce problematic behavior in the home and community settings. This training will cover basic principles of ABA that can help parents identify the cause (function) of behavior, teach preferred behavior (alternative behaviors), and create reward systems that increase motivation to change behavior.
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