Motivating Learner Participation with The 7 Steps to Earning Instructional Control (Part 3 of 3) Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Presented by: Robert Schramm, MA, BCBAThis presentation will focus on Step 7 of the Steps to Earning Instructional Control Series. This presentation will discuss: Extinction during the Escape condition, Negative vs. Positive Punishment, Mini-Consequences, Determine least restrictive environment related to Instructional Control, Looking at data, and Benefits and problems associated with escape extinction.
Motivating Learner Participation with The 7 Steps to Earning Instructional Control (Part 2 of 3) Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Presented by Robert Schramm, MA, BCBA
Learning how to teach ”The 7 Steps to Earning Instructional Control. Steps 1-6 will be discussed during this webinar. This presentation will give information on how to organize your teaching environment so that you can earn cooperation and motivated participation from your client/student without the need for physically manipulating the child through escape extinction.
Introduction to the VB-MAPP:(Verbal Behavior – Milestones Assessment and Placement Program) Thursday, September 7, 2017
Presented by Stacey Martin MA, BCBA, LBA
This presentation will provide an overview of the areas assessed on the VB-MAPP including a brief overview of the verbal operants. It will review the components of the VB-MAPP manual and test protocol, including a review of scoring procedures. The presentation will review the types of assessment methods used on the VB-MAPP and helpful steps to take before administering the VB-MAPP. Finally, participants will learn how to interpret results and use them for program development.
Picky Eaters: Prevalence, Eating Challenges, Ethics, and Assessment - Part 1 Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Programing for Middle and High School Students with Autism: Assessments and Curriculum Guides for Secondary Students with ASD - Part 1 Wednesday, February 24, 2016
This presentation will provide additional information about Catatonia. Catatonia is a treatable condition that can be identified based on symptoms. Deterioration in psychomotor functioning and an increase in unresponsiveness are red flags for catatonia in ASD.Both medical and psychological interventions are recommended for individuals with ASD and catatonia.
This webinar will provide information on how Catatonia is associated with ASD. It will review the characteristics of catatonia and the overlap with autism spectrum disorders. The presenters will provide an overview of the complex history of catatonia. Issues around Catatonia such as it can be can be life threatening, and requires its own treatment, will be covered.