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Applied Behavior Analysis Webinars

Webinars in the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) webinar series are intended to refine and advance the professional competency of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA), Board Certified assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBA), and Board Certified Behavior Analysts-Doctoral (BCBA-D). Topics vary from the assessment and treatment of specific challenging behaviors, to skill assessment and program development, to staff training and systems supports. All webinars are based on research published in peer-reviewed journals and are specific to individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). All webinars in the ABA series are offered for type 2 BACB CE credits, and CEs are included in the registration fee (i.e., CE does not require an additional fee).

Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Toilet training is a skill that, once mastered, allows an individual greater independence in their daily lives. Unfortunately, children on the autism spectrum may have a difficult time mastering this skill. The first half of the workshop will introduce the audience to behavioral theories and Applied Behavior Analysis techniques that...
  • Date:
    09.25.14
  • Time:
    12:00-2:00pm EST
  • Presenter:
    Frank Cicero, Ph.D. BCBA
Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Toilet training is a skill that, once mastered, allows an individual greater independence in their daily lives. Unfortunately, children on the autism spectrum may have a difficult time mastering this skill. The first half of the workshop will introduce the audience to behavioral theories and Applied Behavior Analysis techniques that...
  • Date:
    09.25.14
  • Time:
    7:00-9:00pm EST
  • Presenter:
    Frank Cicero, Ph.D. BCBA
Assessment and Treatment of Stereotypy in Individuals with Autism
Excess in stereotyped behaviors, interests and activities is a behavioral impairment that is necessary for a diagnosis of autism. In many individuals with autism this impairment manifests as stereotypy (i.e., stereotyped and repetitive motor mannerisms). Several decades of research in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) have yielded many effective assessment methodologies...
  • Date:
    10.08.14
  • Time:
    1:00-2:00pm EST
  • Presenter:
    Geoff DeBery, M.A., BCBA
Assessment and Treatment of Stereotypy in Individuals with Autism
Excess in stereotyped behaviors, interests and activities is a behavioral impairment that is necessary for a diagnosis of autism. In many individuals with autism this impairment manifests as stereotypy (i.e., stereotyped and repetitive motor mannerisms). Several decades of research in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) have yielded many effective assessment methodologies...
  • Date:
    10.08.14
  • Time:
    7:00-8:00pm EST
  • Presenter:
    Geoff DeBery, M.A., BCBA
Introduction to ABA for Speech Pathologists
This webinar will provide an introduction to applied behavior analysis.  Specific topic areas will include reinforcement, decreasing behavior, use of various prompting strategies, shaping new behavior, chaining behavior and task analysis, developing individualized motivation systems and conducting preference assessments.   Focus will be on application to speech, language and communication programs....
  • Date:
    11.04.14
  • Time:
    12:00-2:00pm EST
  • Presenter:
    Joanne Gerenser, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Building appropriate sexuality skills for individuals with significant autism spectrum disorder
Sexuality is a topic that is often difficult for parents and professionals to discuss; however, it is a topic that often comes to the forefront as children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) become adolescents and adults. The current webinar will discuss general topics related to sexuality including sexuality development,...
  • Date:
    11.12.14
  • Time:
    12:00-2:00pm EST
  • Presenter:
    Frank Cicero, Ph.D. BCBA
Parks and Recreation; Selecting and implementing recreation and fitness activities for people with Autism
Individuals with autism spectrum disorders may be at risk for being physically inactive. The characteristics of the disorder may interfere with successful participation in traditional forms of physical activity or the limited number of fitness and recreation programs designed for individuals with developmental disabilities. Acquiring appropriate fitness skills may promote...
  • Date:
    12.02.14
  • Time:
    12:00-1:00pm EST
  • Presenter:
    Randy Horowitz, M.S.Ed., S.A.S.
Sexuality in High Functioning Autism and Aspergers: Building knowledge and appropriate social skills
Sexuality is a very complex area involving a mixture of knowledge, experience, social skills, self awareness and self management. Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Aspergers Syndrome often have difficulty understanding the social environment and navigating appropriate sexual expression. The current webinar will discuss sexuality with a focus on...
  • Date:
    12.10.14
  • Time:
    12:00-2:00pm EST
  • Presenter:
    Frank Cicero, Ph.D., BCBA
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