Interventions based on the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) have long been touted as effective for children with autism. Students who demonstrate the maximum benefit are those who receive early and intensive intervention (25-40 hours of ABA per week). With service recommendations as dense as this, it is necessary for the therapy to be integrated into all faucets of life, including community and school-based settings.
Behavior management in the classroom is a skill that takes years to develop. Learn from Dr. Amanda Kelly, PhD, BCBA-D, aka Behavior Babe, as she presents lessons learned from years in the field of behavior management. Participants will get 10 useful tips that they can apply right away to their educational settings.
The increased prevalence of ASD has intensified the demand for effective educational and therapeutic services, and intervention science is now providing evidence about which practices are effective. Please visit the document below for detailed information on evidence-based practices for students with ASD.
To participate in our ESC, Region 20 Evidence Based Practices Cohort please contact:
Janet Enriquez or Emily Morlandt
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