August 6 – 9, 2018
The Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center
State College, Pennsylvania

Conference Schedule

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Full Schedule in PDF format is available on home page.

Based on participant feedback we have listed intended audiences for each session as well as an intended level of content. If you find yourself in a training that does not coincide with your experience level, please feel free to attend another simultaneous presentation as long as it is not a CLOSED session (as indicated on the session doors).

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Sunday, August 5

3:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Registration

Monday, August 6

7:00 am to 5:00 pm

Registration

8:45 am to 4:15 pm

Children’s Institute

9:00 am to 10:00 am

01. Conference Welcome and Pennsylvania Updates

Conference Welcome: This presentation will welcome participants to the conference and provide a quick update on...

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10:00 am to 11:00 am

02. Opening Keynote: There are Angels Among Us

This keynote address has primary and secondary intentions. The primary intention is to acknowledge the attendees. ...

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11:00 am to 11:30 am

03. Autism Research Updates 2018

While information regarding variables associated with genetic and other correlates of autism spectrum disorder is...

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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

During this session, the basic principles of applied behavior analysis will be presented for beginners and those who...

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05. An Update on Legal Issues for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

This session will provide an overview of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Section 504, related...

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06. Integrating OBM Procedures into ABA Service Provision

Doing a behavioral assessment and developing an intervention plan are seldom sufficient for effective ABA services...

Intermediate Act 48, BACB, Infant, OT, Psych, PT, SW
07. Developmental Social Neuroscience Meets Public Health Challenge: A New System of Healthcare Delivery for Infants and Toddlers with Autism Spectrum Disorder

This presentation highlights the critical role of early diagnosis and intervention in attenuating the symptoms of...

Intermediate Act 48, Infant, OT, Psych, PT, SW
08. Anxiety and ASD: The Psychological Equivalent of Fever

This talk will discuss anxiety in straightforward terms and illuminate the extent to which it affects virtually...

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09. Stimulus Control: Implications for Verbal Behavior, Social Contingencies and Education

We will review some basic behavioral processes including, but not limited to, discrimination and generalization,...

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10. Health and Safety Programs: ABA Procedures and Outcomes

Health- and safety-related targets are important in programming for children and adults with autism. Swimming skills...

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11. Review of Evidence-Based Practices for Parents

Information will be provided to help parents learn how to navigate the confusing range of advice that is provided...

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4:15 pm to 5:15 pm

12. An Update on Ethics from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board

Resources on ethical conduct in behavior analysis (e.g., ethics code, course work, publications, continuing...

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Tuesday, August 7

7:30 am to 4:30 pm

Registration

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

13. Practical Strategies for Making Inclusion Successful

Public schools increasingly seek consultation from behavior analysts for students with autism and other...

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14. Teaching Advanced Verbal Behavior

Many persons with autism fail to acquire advanced mand and intraverbal repertoires. Both repertoires have been the...

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15. Teaching Procedures and Programs for Learners Diagnosed with Autism

Highlighting the critical role of early assessment and intervention in ameliorating the symptoms of ASD, this...

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16. Strategies to Promote Complex Social Communication Skills in Children with Autism and Significant Language Delays

It is estimated that up to 65 percent of children diagnosed with autism experience moderate to severe difficulties...

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17. Health and Safety Programs: ABA Procedures and Outcomes (repeat of session 10)

Health- and safety-related targets are important in programming for children and adults with autism. Swimming skills...

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18. Token Reinforcement: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Application

Token economies are among the oldest and most widely used procedures in applied behavior analysis. Unlike other...

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19. Differential Reinforcement As a Way of Life

Individuals with autism spectrum disorders frequently develop problem behaviors that can range anywhere from...

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20. Session Cancelled
21. Mand Training 101

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

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22. Informational Panel on Cross-Agency Transitional Resources

The goal of this presentation is to familiarize parents and educators with interagency coordinated efforts, our...

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23. Speech Production and Applied Behavior Analysis: Using a Conceptual Analysis to Teach Phonetic Hand Cues to Shape Speech Production

Phonetic hand cueing systems are commonly used by speech-language pathologists and promoted in commercially...

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24. Treating Sleep Problems in Children with Autism

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

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25. Daily Ethical Considerations for Behavior Analysts

The tools that a behavior analyst brings to the table with regard to interventions with clients should also be used...

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26. Sex Matters: The Unique Presentation of Autism in Females and Overview of the Girls Night Out Model

This session will review relevant research illustrating the unique characteristics of autism in females and the...

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1:15 pm to 4:15 pm

27. Practical Strategies for Making Inclusion Successful (repeat of session 13)

Public schools increasingly seek consultation from behavior analysts for students with autism and other...

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28. Teaching Advanced Verbal Behavior (repeat of session 14)

Many persons with autism fail to acquire advanced mand and intraverbal repertoires. Both repertoires have been the...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, Psych, PT, SW
29. Ethical Dilemmas and Realistic Solution: Grappling with the Challenges of Practicing Behavior Analysis in the Real World

Providing services to people with disabilities is a team sport. That means that as BCBAs, behavior analysts need to...

Intermediate Act 48, BACB Ethics, Infant, OT, Psych, PT, SW
30. Strategies to Promote Complex Social Communication Skills in Children with Autism and Significant Language Delays (repeat of session 16)

It is estimated that up to 65 percent of children diagnosed with autism experience moderate to severe difficulties...

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31. Social Communication and Reinforcement in the Home

Working to help children with language delays develop communication in the home can be an overwhelming task. This...

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32. Token Reinforcement: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Application (repeat of session 18)

Token economies are among the oldest and most widely used procedures in applied behavior analysis. Unlike other...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, Psych, PT, SW
33. Differential Reinforcement As a Way of Life (repeat of session 19)

Individuals with autism spectrum disorders frequently develop problem behaviors that can range anywhere from...

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34. Session Cancelled
35. Instruction Basics 101

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

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36. International Applications Derived from PATTAN’s Autism Initiative

Applied behavior analysis was born in the United States, where it remains the most developed evidence- based...

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37. Social Skills and ABA: Using a Functional Assessment and Conceptual Analysis to Guide Treatment

It is essential that behavior analysts design and implement social communication skills programming that conforms to...

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38. Session Cancelled
39. Integrating OBM Procedures into ABA Service Provision (repeat of session 6)

Doing a behavioral assessment and developing an intervention plan are seldom sufficient for effective ABA services...

Intermediate Act 48, BACB, Infant, OT, Psych, PT, SW
40. College to Career: Navigating the Path to Professional Employment for Those on the Autism Spectrum

While current estimates vary widely, research predicts that college enrollment for students with autism spectrum...

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4:30 pm to 6:00 pm

41. Panel Discussion – Perspectives on the Importance of a Behavior Analysis in Educational programs for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

An overwhelming amount of evidence has been amassed, suggesting that interventions derived from a behavior analysis...

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Wednesday, August 8

8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Registration

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

42. Three Pillars of All Effective Interventions: Defining Behavior, Dimensional Measurement, and a Standard Visual Display

Data rules behavior analysis. How a behavior analyst defines behavior, observes and records data, and displays the...

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43. Early Social Responding and Verbal Behavior: An Analysis of Current Applications

Since the publication of the pioneering work by Hart and Risley (1975, 1978), naturalistic-based interventions,...

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44. Home-Based Coaching with Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Family engagement is critical to a high-quality early childhood program. Research in early intervention tells us...

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45. Implementing Speech Generating Devices Within A Behavior-Analytic Framework

The presentation will examine the empirical evidence to date for speech generating devices (SGD) with respect to...

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46. Alternate Eligible Content: Going Deeper and Making Instructional Connections Across Content Areas

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act provides that students with disabilities have access to the general...

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47. How Can I Include My Young Child with ASD in Preschool and Community? A Family Forum on Evidence-Based Practices

This session, especially tailored for families of young children who receive Early Intervention (birth to five)...

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48. Toward Meaningful Outcomes from Dignified Processes (Part 1 of 2): A Tutorial on the Practical Functional Assessment and Skill-Based Treatment Process for Problem Behavior

Problem behaviors like meltdowns, self-injury, aggression, or intractable stereotypy will often require address at...

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49. Session Cancelled
50. Mathematics in Autism Interventions Topic

Mathematics learning is an intricate web of connected concepts. Teaching students to access new content beyond rote...

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51. Motivating Operations: Practical Lessons from the Applied Research

The concept of “motivating operations” (MO) has had an immense impact on theory, research, and practice in applied...

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52. Teaching Basic Early Learning Skills to Naive Learners

This session is intended to address the needs of students with autism who present with limited or absent tact (...

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53. Social Success in College and Beyond: Can ABA and Positive Psychology Work Together?

Perhaps the most complex area of intervention in ASD is the development of functionally relevant social skills and...

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54. Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) Basics for Parents

IEPs (Individualized Education Plans) guide the delivery of special education and related services and supplementary...

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55. Social Skills Instruction

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

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1:15 pm to 3:30 pm

56. Parenting, Education and the Long View

Teachers and service providers often struggle with selecting skill sets to teach and in what order to teach them....

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57. OCDEL’s Reduction of Expulsion and Suspension in Early Childhood Programs in Pennsylvania – What it Means for Children with ASD

Effective July 1, 2017, all four bureaus of the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) implemented...

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58. An Adult Sibling Talks with Parents

This session will briefly recount the history of the sibling movement, discuss the sibling experience based upon...

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59. How to Plan to Increase Graduation Rates for Students with Disabilities in Pennsylvania

Schools in Pennsylvania are working to increase the graduation rate and decrease the dropout rate for students with...

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60. Session Cancelled 61. Toward Meaningful Outcomes from Dignified Processes (Part 2 of 2): A Tutorial on the Practical Functional Assessment and Skill-Based Treatment Process for Problem Behavior

Problem behaviors like meltdowns, self-injury, aggression, or intractable stereotypy will often require address at...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, Psych, PT, SW
62. Teaching Job Skills – Activities of Daily Living

Perhaps the most complex area of intervention in ASD is the development of functionally relevant social skills and...

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1:15 pm to 2:15 pm

63a. Effective Instructional Practices

Establishing a strong team for students is vital. We will be discussing ways we increase collaboration,...

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64a. The Role of an Effective Internal Coach in Autism Support Classrooms

This sessions aims to give participants strategies to coach classroom teams. Some strategies include the importance...

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65a. Making the Impossible – Possible!

We have created a model promoting the compilation and collaboration of two AS programs, essentially merging them...

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66a. Effective Group Instruction Across the Curriculum Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, Psych, PT, SW
67a. Adding the Early Start Denver Model into Part C Service Delivery: The Experience of Two EI Providers

The Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) is a fusion of developmental, relationship-based, and behavioral interventions...

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68a. LEAP Preschool Model: Pre-planned, Targeted Strategies for Active, Meaningful Engagement

LEAP Preschool has been providing inclusive, evidence-based research and programming for over 30 years. This...

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69a. Watching and Sharing: Using Video Visual Scene Display Technology to Support Communication

Families with young children with autism often report increased engagement in solitary video watching and media use...

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70a. Effective Staff Training Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, OT, Psych, PT, SW

2:30 pm to 3:30 pm

63b. Effective Instructional Practices (repeat of session 63a)

Establishing a strong team for students is vital. We will be discussing ways we increase collaboration,...

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64b. The Role of an Effective Internal Coach in Autism Support Classrooms (repeat of session 64a) Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, OT, Psych, PT, SW
65b. Making the Impossible – Possible! (repeat of session 65a)

We have created a model promoting the compilation and collaboration of two AS programs, essentially merging them...

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66b. Effective Group Instruction Across the Curriculum (repeat of session 66a)

Students with autism often display difficulties interacting, performing, and acquiring novel skills. This group...

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67b. Adding the Early Start Denver Model into Part C Service Delivery: The Experience of Two EI Providers (repeat of session 67a)

The Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) is a fusion of developmental, relationship-based, and behavioral interventions...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, Infant, OT, Psych, PT, SW
68b. LEAP Preschool Model: Pre-planned, Targeted Strategies for Active, Meaningful Engagement (repeat of session 68a)

LEAP Preschool has been providing inclusive, evidence-based research and programming for over 30 years. This...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, Infant, OT, Psych, PT, SW
69b. Watching and Sharing: Using Video Visual Scene Display Technology to Support Communication (repeat of session 69a)

Families with young children with autism often report increased engagement in solitary video watching and media use...

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70b. Effective Staff Training (repeat of session 70a)

This session will provide strategies, based on behavior skills training, to effectively train staff in the autistic...

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, OT, Psych, PT, SW

3:30 pm to 5:30 pm

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

View the research proposals and art of expression exhibits.

All Participants

Thursday, August 9

8:00 am to 9:00 am

Registration

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

72. Measuring and Changing the Behavior in the Brain — Applications to the Teaching of Verbal Operants

The session will examine the factors that modify the reliability of measures of behavior when applied directly to...

Advanced Act 48, BACB, OT, Psych, PT, SW
73. Early Social Responding and Verbal Behavior: An Analysis of Current Applications (repeat of session 43)

Since the publication of the pioneering work by Hart and Risley (1975, 1978), naturalistic-based interventions,...

Intermediate Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, Psych, PT, SW
74. Teaching Basic Skills to Complex Skill Sets for Children with ASD

Teachers and service providers often struggle with selecting skill sets to teach and in what order to teach them....

Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, Psych, PT, SW
75. The Role of Automatic Reinforcement in Shaping Speech

Children typically acquire language, not just through explicit learning trials arranged by parents and teachers, but...

Advanced Act 48, ASHA, BACB, Infant, OT, Psych, PT, SW
76. Ethics

This workshop is designed primarily for practitioners who have some familiarity with the Professional and Ethical...

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77. Vocal Training Basics: Tips for Target Selection and Application

Teaching or improving speech skills is a critical goal in many instructional programs for individuals with...

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78. Topic of Middle/High School Aged Kids of Average Intelligence Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, OT, Psych, PT, SW 79. Part 1 of 2: From Discrete Trial to Real Life Applications

One of the most common misconceptions in the field of applied behavior analysis is that discrete trial instruction...

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80. Internal Coaching

This session will focus on the various points critical to establishing an effective internal coach within a school...

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81. Older Students and Transition

For many individuals on the autism spectrum, graduation from high school (whether at age 18- or 21-years) is also a...

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82. Behavior Protocol Workshop

This session has been rescheduled to Thursday afternoon as 92b.

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82b. Advanced Mand Training

All mands are multiply controlled. While there is a clear benefit to establishing a broad repertoire of basic mand...

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83. The Role of Fluency in Programming for Students with Autism

One educational method that is highly effective and supported by published evidence is fluency training. Fluency...

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84. Mand Training from Elementary to High School

This session will highlight mand training programs from elementary to high school with a focus on how the program...

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85. In Their Own Words: College Students with Autism

Students with autism are a growing population on college campuses. Services and programs are growing across the...

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1:15 pm to 4:15 pm

85b. Part 2 of 2: From Discrete Trial to Real Life Applications

One of the most common misconceptions in the field of applied behavior analysis is that discrete trial instruction...

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86. Measuring and Changing the Behavior in the Brain - Applications to the Teaching of Verbal Operants (repeat of session 72)

The session will examine the factors that modify the reliability of measures of behavior when applied directly to...

Advanced Act 48, BACB, OT, Psych, PT, SW
87. Stimulus Control and its Role in Errorless Learning

Stimulus control can be described as a behavioral phenomenon is which a particular set of behaviors can be reliably...

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88. The Role of Automatic Reinforcement in Shaping Speech (repeat of session 75)

Children typically acquire language, not just through explicit learning trials arranged by parents and teachers, but...

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89. Ethics (repeat of session 76)

(limited to 30 participants)

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90. Vocal Training Basics: Tips for Target Selection and Application (repeat of session 77)

Teaching or improving speech skills is a critical goal in many instructional programs for individuals with...

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91. Supervision and Professional Mentorship

Talented instructors and leaders often develop their skills through training outside of educational coursework....

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92. Advanced Mand Training

This session has been rescheduled to Thursday morning, session 82b.

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92b. Behavior Protocol Workshop

This session provides information related to preventing, addressing, and managing problem behavior for students with...

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93. Direct Instruction Workshop

This session will review direct instruction history, basic research, available curricula, and prerequisite skills...

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94. Older Students and Transition (repeat of session 81) Beginner All Participants Act 48, ASHA, BACB, OT, Psych, PT, SW 95. DS-ASD 101: Understanding the Basics of Down Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder

Down syndrome and autism can be challenging disabilities separately; when combined, the challenges can be quite...

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96. Toilet Training in Public Schools: A Collaborative Effort Between Parents and Schools

This presentation will cover evidence-based practices for toilet training children with autism and other...

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97. Vocal Training Workshop

Many children with autism do not acquire speech as their primary form of communication. Procedures derived from...

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98. Caregiver Training for Pediatric Feeding Disorders

The goal of treatment for children with feeding disorders is to ensure the child has adequate nutrition and calories...

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99. Closing Keynote: Behavior Analysis and Adults with Autism: A Focus of Bigger Skills and Better Outcomes

The definition of insanity, it has been said, is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results...

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