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August 1 – 4, 2016
The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel
State College, Pennsylvania

Conference Schedule

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Monday, August 1

8:45 am to 4:15 pm

Children's Institute

9:00 am to 10:00 am

01. Conference Welcome and Pennsylvania Updates

This presentation will welcome participants to the conference and provide a quick update on Pennsylvania efforts in...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

10:00 am to 11:00 am

02. Opening Keynote

Description forthcoming

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

11:00 am to 11:30 am

03. Autism Research Updates 2016

This presentation will focus on recent significant findings and National Institute of Health activities in autism...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

11:30 am to 1:00 pm

Lunch

11:30 am to 5:00 pm

Exhibit Hall

1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

04. Introduction to the Conference and Applied Behavior Analysis

Presentation will include a brief overview of evidence-based interventions for students with autism. Since most of...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
05. Treatment Integrity and Skill Acquisition

Although the literature on skill acquisition shows that behavior analysts have effective and efficient interventions...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
06. Understanding and Improving Token Systems and Related Instructional Arrangements through Behavioral Economics

Behavioral economics blends behavior analysis with microeconomic theory. Research in this area reveals that concepts...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
07. Considerations in Selecting Vocal-Verbal Targets to Improve Communication Skills

We will present a discussion of the advantages of a multidisciplinary approach to improve vocal-verbal skills in...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
08. B. F. Skinner's Analysis of Verbal Behavior: History, Controversy, Implications, and Applications

In 1957, B. F. Skinner published his book Verbal Behavior, which was the culmination of two decades of work...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
09. Consulting and Supervising in Schools Serving Students with Autism: Evidence-Based Strategies

This workshop will present strategies for working with personnel in schools when in a consulting capacity. The...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
10. Operant Procedures for the Acquisition of Early Social Skills

In the beginning, research on joint attention, the synchronizing of the attention of two or more persons, progressed...

Advanced Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
11. Youth Taking Action: Advocating for Success

Too often, transitioning youth have things done to and for them with little engagement on their part. This...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
12. Alternate Eligible Content: Pathway to Standards-Aligned Instruction

Participants will be provided information in regard to supporting teachers with prioritizing and supporting...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

4:15 pm to 5:15 pm

13. Recent Developments at the Behavior Analysts Certification Board

I will review activities of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board and other matters of concern to current and...

Intermediate Act 48, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

Tuesday, August 2

8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Exhibit Hall

8:45 am to 4:30 pm

Children's Institute

9:00 am to 12:00 pm

14. Basic Mand Training

Social initiation and communication deficits are hallmarks of autism. Mand training provides a method to teach...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
15. Teaching Intraverbal Behavior to Children with Autism (Repeat of 26)

Many children with autism acquire an extensive vocabulary of mands, tacts, and listener skills, but fail to acquire...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
16. Introduction to Sign Language for Students with Autism

This presentation will focus on teaching sign language to children with autism. The participants will learn the...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
17. Developing and Implementing Successful Behaviorally Based Social Skills for Individuals Diagnosed with Autism

This session will focus on social skills — where to start and how Skills sequences can play a role. The presentation...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
18. Practical Implications of fMRI Data and the Independence of Verbal Operands

The convergent scientific and technological improvements from neuroscience and functional neuroimaging allow...

Advanced Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
19. Ethical Considerations for Behavior Analysts Working with Children with Developmental Disabilities (Repeat of session 30)

Behavior analysts encounter a variety of ethical concerns when working with individuals with developmental...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB Ethics, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
20. Transition to College for Students on the Autism Spectrum

There is an increasing population of students on the autism spectrum who are headed to college. These students have...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
21. Stimulus Equivalence and Complex Behavior: Instructional Protocols for Students with Autism

In this three-hour workshop, the participants can learn how important derived relations and stimulus equivalence is...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
22. Early Social Interaction Project

Description forthcoming

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
23. Turning Research into Fun Group Games to Strengthen Language and Social Skills

Referring to the verbal behavior of an individual, Skinner writes: Reinforcing consequences continue to be...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
24. An Update on Legal Issues for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

This session will focus on the two primary legal issues for students with ASD: eligibility for specialized services...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

12:00 pm to 1:15 pm

Lunch

1:15 pm to 4:15 pm

25. Advanced Mand Training

Since manding is the only verbal operant that directly benefits the speaker, it is perhaps the most important...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
26. Teaching Intraverbal Behavior to Children with Autism (Repeat of session 15)

Many children with autism acquire an extensive vocabulary of mands, tacts, and listener skills, but fail to acquire...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
27. Effective Group Instruction and Direct Instruction

What is Direct Instruction and how can group instruction be utilized in an autistic support classroom? A review of...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
28. Establishing Rule-Following in Home, School, and Community Settings among Students with Autism and Related Disabilities

Compliance, or rule-following, is among the most important skills for children with autism to learn, and is often...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
29. Understanding and Addressing Feeding Problems of Children with Autism

Problems with feeding and eating are common among children with autism spectrum disorders. Some children eat only a...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
30. Ethical Considerations for Behavior Analysts Working with Children with Developmental Disabilities (Repeat of session 19)

Behavior analysts encounter a variety of ethical concerns when working with individuals with developmental...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB Ethics, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
31. Teaching for Generalization in the Natural Environment

Generalization of learned skills from Discrete Trial instruction or controlled environments to a more naturalized...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
32. Preparing Transition Age Youth with Autism for Employment

This presentation will cover neurodiversity's definition, challenges, and opportunities, as well as the role the...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
33. A Diversity of Students: Tactics for Classroom Management

The complex makeup of individual students in one class can make for cumbersome planning and preparation. Learn how...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
34. Teaching Children with Autism to Talk about Private Events: Establishing the Verbal Behavior of Emotions, Inferences, and Perspective Taking (Repeat of session 46)

Educational interventions based on applied behavior analysis have been shown to be most effective in establishing a...

Advanced Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
35. Blending EI/ECSE and ABA – Grappling with Ethical Issues Facing BCBAs

The Professional and Ethical Compliance Code that governs the conduct of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs)...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB Ethics, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
36a. A Family Guide to Understanding Evaluation/ Re-Evaluation Reports

This session will guide families in understanding the updated evaluation/re-evaluation annotated forms. Families...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
36b. Increasing Graduation Rates and Decreasing Dropout Rates for Students with Disabilities in Pennsylvania

The State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Report (SPP/APR) of the Individuals with Disabilities Act provides a...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

4:30 pm to 5:30 pm

37. 20th Anniversary Panel

This session will take attendees from the first national autism conference to this, the 20th year. Presenters will...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

Wednesday, August 3

8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Exhibit Hall

8:45 am to 4:30 pm

Children's Institute

9:00 am to 12:00 pm

38. Instructional Basics for Students with Autism

This session will provide a review of various strategies and procedures for the delivery of effective, high-quality...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
39. Developing Executive Function Skills

The term "Executive Function" has been getting more and more usage within educational settings and in the behavioral...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
40. Programming for Secondary Students with Autism: Employment and Life Skills Considerations

Students with autism in secondary education (grades 9–12) require instruction that prioritizes long-term planning...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
41. Functional Analysis of Problem Behavior: Basic Methods, Extensions, and Challenges

One of the most significant advancements in the treatment of behavior disorders in persons with intellectual...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
42. The ABC's of Verbal Behavior

This workshop will review the basic verbal classes (e.g., echoic and textual behavior, manding, tacting,...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
43. Alternative Communication Methods for Children with Autism (Repeat of 49)

A substantial number of children with autism do not develop functional vocal verbal behavior. For these individuals...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
44. From Stereotypic to Appropriate Vocalizations: A Practical Review of Effective Procedures

This presentation will discuss various types of stereotypic language and protocols and evidence-based interventions...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
45. Innovations in Parent and Staff Training

Parents and staff are often responsible for teaching new skills and managing disruptive or noncompliant behavior of...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
46. Teaching Children with Autism to Talk about Private Events: Establishing the Verbal Behavior of Emotions, Inferences, and Perspective Taking (Repeat of session 34)

Educational interventions based on Applied Behavior Analysis have been shown to be most effective in establishing a...

Advanced Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
47. Emergent Responding: Getting More Bang for Your Buck When Teaching Verbal Behavior

We will cover a variety of topics concerning early learners with autism and emergent language and teaching...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
48. Building Functional Social Skills

This session will review social skills strategies for students with autism and intellectual disabilities. Some of...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
48a. College Students in Animation and Other Art or Technology Disciplines

The presenters will describe the opportunities and supports for young adults on the autism spectrum for a career in...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

12:00 pm to 1:15 pm

Lunch

1:15 pm to 3:30 pm

49. Alternative Communication Methods for Children with Autism (Repeat of session 43)

A substantial number of children with autism do not develop functional vocal verbal behavior. For these individuals...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
50. Problem Behavior Maintained by Automatic Reinforcement: Issues in Assessment and Treatment

Many problem behaviors are maintained by social reinforcement, such as attention or escape from task demands, both...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
51. Motivation and Its Relation to Establishing Response Variability

Concurrent contingencies lead to great response variability in individuals, which makes it difficult to predict...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
52. Early Intervention: Your First Step as an Engaged, Informed, and Confident Parent/Caregiver for Your Child

This session will provide an overview of early intervention from determining eligibility, promoting child progress,...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

1:15 pm to 2:15 pm

53. Motivate This! Promoting Training and Generalization to Other Teachers and Staff within the School Building when Instructing Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Repeat of session 60)

An important part of teaching is ensuring there is generalization across settings, staff, and stimuli. These two...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
54. Analyze This! Building Motivation and Developing Skills for Staff Members Instructing Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Repeat of session 61)

It is critical to include a wide range of school personnel in quality instructional programs for children with...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
55. Integrated Team Approach to Teaching Students with Autism (Repeat of session 62)

This session will highlight the programming at Armstrong School District's Autistic Support classroom. Our...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
55a. It takes a Village (Repeat of session 62a)

District employees will present on various aspects of integrated instruction. Highlights of the presentation will...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
56. Establishing and Maintaining a Flow of Quality Instruction: Suggestions for the Early Childhood Autism Support Class (Repeat of session 63)

This session will explore the makings of an effective early intervention classroom, from behavior management to...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
57. A Paraeducator Perspective: Sign Language as a Primary Response Mode and the Emergence of Vocal Responding (Repeat of session 64)

The presentation will review the process of selecting the response mode and cultivating sign, vocal, and device...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
58. Come Out of Your Shell (Repeat of session 65)

There is a growing time and energy crunch when it comes to working with students with significant needs, such as...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
59. “Shhhh, Less Talking”: Teaching Functional Skills to High School Students (Repeat of session 66)

The session will focus on teaching functional skills to high school students in an autistic support classroom. The...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

2:30 pm to 3:30 pm

60. Motivate This! Promoting Training and Generalization to Other Teachers and Staff within the School Building when Instructing Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Repeat of session 53)

An important part of teaching is ensuring there is generalization across settings, staff, and stimuli. These two...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
61. Analyze This! Building Motivation and Developing Skills for Staff Members Instructing Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Repeat of session 54)

It is critical to include a wide range of school personnel in quality instructional programs for children with...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
62. Integrated Team Approach to Teaching Students with Autism (Repeat of session 55)

This session will highlight the programming at Armstrong School District's Autistic Support classroom. Our...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
62a. It takes a Village (Repeat of session 55a)

District employees will present on various aspects of integrated instruction. Highlights of the presentation will...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
63. Establishing and Maintaining a Flow of Quality Instruction: Suggestions for the Early Childhood Autism Support Class (Repeat of session 56)

This session will explore the makings of an effective early intervention classroom, from behavior management to...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
64. A Paraeducator Perspective: Sign Language as a Primary Response Mode and the Emergence of Vocal Responding (Repeat of session 57)

The presentation will review the process of selecting the response mode and cultivating sign, vocal, and device...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
65. Come Out of Your Shell (Repeat of session 58)

There is a growing time and energy crunch when it comes to working with students with significant needs, such as...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
66. “Shhhh, Less Talking”: Teaching Functional Skills to High School Students (Repeat of session 59)

The session will focus on teaching functional skills to high school students in an autistic support classroom. The...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

3:30 pm to 5:30 pm

67. Poster Session, Reception, and The Art of Expression Exhibit

View the research proposals and art of expression exhibits.

Thursday, August 4

8:30 am to 1:00 pm

Exhibit Hall

8:45 am to 5:15 pm

Children's Institute

9:00 am to 12:00 pm

68. Setting the Stage for Success

Implementation of evidence-based practices, in relation to applied behavior analytic–based interventions for...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
69. Skills Sequences in Mathematics for Students with Autism

Mathematics learning is an intricate web of connected logical ideas. Accessing new content requires the ability to...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
70. Advanced Programming (Session extended at 1:15)

This extended session will focus on level 3 learners on the VB-MAPP and students that are "mapping out." Emphasis...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
71. The Benefits of Using Sign Language to Teach Mands and Other Verbal Operants to Nonvocal Students with Autism

Students with autism who do not emit vocal response forms are at a tremendous disadvantage when it comes to...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
72. Friends and Fitness: Research-Based Intervention to Enhance Social Communication and Motor Skills

Development of friendships is a challenge for individuals with autism. Many friendships are built around recess,...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
73. Assessment and Treatment of Sleep Problems in Young Children

Identifying efficacious, durable, and socially acceptable interventions to promote the health and development of...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
74. Promoting Appropriate Sexual Behaviors for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum: Effective Curricula and Teaching Strategies (Session extended at 1:15)

Learn how to apply behavioral principles and teaching methods to the subject of sexual behavior. Behavior analysts...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
75. Social Reinforcement in Early Intervention for Children with Autism

This presentation will cover the importance of social reinforcement in early intervention, as well as procedures to...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
76. Science and Autism Interventions

Capitalizing on interests of students to facilitate acquisition of age-appropriate science concepts can be central...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
77. Derived Relational Responding: Teaching Generative Language to Children with Autism

Generative language — the ability to produce and understand novel statements — is critical for flexible, fluent...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

12:00 pm to 1:15 pm

Lunch

1:15 pm to 4:15 pm

70. Advanced Programming (Session extended from 9:00 a.m.)

This extended session will focus on level 3 learners on the VB-MAPP and students that are "mapping out." Emphasis...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
74. Promoting Appropriate Sexual Behaviors for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum: Effective Curricula and Teaching Strategies (Session extended from 9:00 a.m.)

Learn how to apply behavioral principles and teaching methods to the subject of sexual behavior. Behavior analysts...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
78. Ensuring Effective School-Based Interventions for Students with Autism

This session will highlight systemic interventions that help all students succeed in the school environment.

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
79. Developing and Validating Procedures to Prevent and Remedy Student Problems for Students with High-Functioning Autism

This session will present information related to how educators and parents can apply reinforcement programs with...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
80. Teaching Functional Skills to Individuals with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities

This session is an introduction to teaching functional skills and Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) to individuals...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, BACB, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
81. Evidence-Based Speech Production Training for Children with Autism

This session is designed to meet the unique communication needs of children with autism, and other developmental...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
82. Programming from the VB-MAPP

Successful programming requires systematic analysis of assessment as well as selection of targeted skill areas that...

Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
83. Effective Behavior Analytic Supervision: A Practice Model and Considerations for the Development of Trainees

Board Certified Behavior Analysts supervising those pursuing certification by the Behavior Analyst Certification...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
84. Establishing Natural Reinforcer Control in Children with Autism

Description forthcoming

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW
85. The Language of Mathematics: Teaching Quantitative Verbal Concepts

Quantitative verbal concepts begin with the ability to tact quantities and extend across exemplars. This session...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW

4:30 pm to 5:30 pm

86. Closing Keynote: Value of Evidence-Based Practices: Snapshots by PA School Administration and Staff

Description forthcoming

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, POTA, Psych, SW