Autism Boot Camp


7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Meets Weekly
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Get the Information You Need to Teach and Reach Your Child/Student

This 8 part series of workshops will cover the basics of teaching and interacting with a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It is intended to help parents and educators, who may be new to ASD, get information and strategies to help their children/students gain skills and independence. Each session will be presented by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and will provide practical tools and guidance. Each session is about an hour to an hour and a half and you can attend any or all 8. The sessions are as follows:

 ABA 101: The Fundamentals of Applied Behavior Analysis

Do-it-Yourself Verbal Behavior: Help Facilitate Language in Your Child/Student

How to Teach and Encourage Social Skills

Taking Children with ASD into the Community: How to Navigate Problem Behavior

Why Does He Do That?: Practical Intervention for Challenging Behavior

Social Stories Boot Camp: A Great Tool for Introducing New Ideas

Visual Supports and Daily Routines: Teaching Independence

Utilizing the Natural Environment to Teach, Generalize and Maintain Skills

The workshops are every Tuesday from Jan 16 till Mar 6.

Please register through POAC at www.POAC.net

Age Groups
  • Children
Community Services
Community
Education
Health Services
Behavioral / Mental Health
Developmental Needs

Last Updated: 01/03/18