Autism Boot Camp

Tuesday, January 16 -
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
7:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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Get the Information You Need to Teach and Reach Your Child/Student

This 8 part series of workshops will cover the basics of teaching and interacting with a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It is intended to help parents and educators, who may be new to ASD, get information and strategies to help their children/students gain skills and independence. Each session will be presented by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and will provide practical tools and guidance. Each session is about an hour to an hour and a half and you can attend any or all 8. The sessions are as follows:

 ABA 101: The Fundamentals of Applied Behavior Analysis

Do-it-Yourself Verbal Behavior: Help Facilitate Language in Your Child/Student

How to Teach and Encourage Social Skills

Taking Children with ASD into the Community: How to Navigate Problem Behavior

Why Does He Do That?: Practical Intervention for Challenging Behavior

Social Stories Boot Camp: A Great Tool for Introducing New Ideas

Visual Supports and Daily Routines: Teaching Independence

Utilizing the Natural Environment to Teach, Generalize and Maintain Skills

All sessions are on Tuesdays Jan 16 - Mar 6.

Registration is required through POAC. www.POAC.net

Age Groups
  • Children
Community Services
Community
Education
Health Services
Behavioral / Mental Health
Developmental Needs

Last Updated: 01/06/18