Lost in Transition: Considerations for Working with Adolescents with ASD
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Lost in Transition: Considerations for Working with Adolescents with ASD Course Description:
Treatment goals that are set for the individuals we work with often vary depending on, their age, 'ability' and who creates their goals. As learners develop, their skill sets expand and evolve creating the need to reassess these goals. This talk looks at the challenges transitioning presents from one age to the next and discusses planning for teaching functional skills. We will also look at how behavior analysts can use the principles of our applied science to define, apply, and facilitate success across variable settings encountered in adolescence.
- Define the population, and challenges for achieving independence
- Identify role of the behavior analyst within the adolescent population in transition
- Evaluate social significance of skills and provide examples of functional lessons
- Watch video
- Complete Quiz
- Complete the Survey
Presenter and Disclosures: Andy Bondy, PhD, Keiko Suzuki, M.Ed., BCBA, Jaime Wedel, M.Ed., CAGS, BCBA, Donna Banzhof, M.Ed., BCBA
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Pyramid Educational Consultants is an approved provider for IBAO® Continuing Education Credits. This is an asynchronous event. This course is offered for 1.0 IBA CEUs. The IBAO does not warrant, endorse, sponsor, approve or partner with the event, organization or instructor.
THIS COURSE TAKES APPROXIMATELY 1.5 HOURS TO COMPLETE.
Price/fee: 19.99 USD/person