Autism Partnership presents ABA In the Home: A Parent’s Guide to Behavioral Strategies
A SERIES IN GROUP EDUCATION AND SUPPORT
This is a weekly 8-part series discussing foundational information for parents to implement practical behavioral strategies based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Each class is approximately 2 hours and is conducted virtually via a video conferencing platform.
- Understanding Your Child’s Behavior
- Reinforcement Strategies
- Practical Methods to Address Behaviors
- ABA-Based Teaching Approaches
- Encouraging Language and Play
- Foundations That Can Help Teach Toileting, Sleeping, and Eating
- Generalizing Skills your Child Learned in School or Through an ABA Program
Cost: $500 per family (up to two participants per family)
When: Every Wednesday for 8 weeks: June 2nd – July 21st
Time: 1:30 PM Pacific Time (4:30 PM Eastern Time)
Register: Contact Sanford Slater at firstname.lastname@example.org
Presenter: Sanford Slater, Ph.D., BCBA-D
This program is presented by Sanford (Sandy) Slater, Ph.D., BCBA-D who has worked with children with autism, utilizing ABA, since 1980. He has worked with families, children with autism, school districts, and ABA agencies throughout the US, as well as internationally. Follow-up consultation is available to families that would like more individualized support to address issues that may be occurring in their home.
Please contact Sandy Slater at email@example.com with any questions.