Developing Effective ABA Parent Training Programs (1 CE)
Time and Duration of Event: 50 min
Number of Type 2 / Learning CEUs: 1 CEU
Names of Event Instructors: Alessia Mauri M.Ed, BCBA
Bio: Alessia Mauri is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Clinical Director at an in-home ABA service provider. She earned her Master of Education degree from Ball State University. Alessia is passionate about her work and specializes in early intervention, food-selectivity, parent training, Autism, and other developmental disorders such as Down syndrome, DiGeorge syndrome, and ADHD. Alessia sees first-hand the positive impact that applied behavior analysis can have on an individual’s life. She is committed to disseminating the science of ABA to parts of the world that do not currently have access to services.
Event Covers the Following Behavior Analysis Content: Practice
Event is Designed for: Board Certified Behavior Analysts
Event level: Intermediate
Learning Objectives for Participants:
- Demonstrate the importance of parent training.
- Utilize current research to guide development of parent training.
- Discuss methods for follow up and maintenance.
Description of Type 2 / Learning CE Event:
Behavior analysts work hand-in-hand with parents to help their child learn socially significant skills and increase their independence and confidence. It is critical that parents are trained and have the ability to implement behavior-analytic strategies to promote greater generalization of skills and training. In this session, we will discuss different strategies for developing parent training, how to provide effective follow up, and how to probe for maintenance.
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