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The Applied Behavior Analysis Center's April 2013 Workshop Series

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 28 Millburn Ave Springfield NJ 07081  See map
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Just in time for Autism Awareness Month, The Applied Behavior Analysis Center is offering three workshops designed for parents and professionals on Applied Behavior Analysis and autism. Download the registration form at www.abacnj.com/workshops


Wait! There is more to ABA than Discrete Trials? Using ABA to instruct learners with autism.


Date: April 10, 2013      Time: 9:30-11:00      Location: 28 Millburn Ave. Springfield, NJ Suite 7


Register by April 8, 2013  $25 for Autism Awareness Month


An introduction to the many ways applied behavior analysis is used to teach children with autism.  We will review discrete trial instruction, incidental teaching, natural environment training, and other procedures used to teach readiness skills, language, independence, choice, and direction following.


Open to the public but designed for parents of children with autism and professionals working with learners with autism.


Parent Training: Models used to instruct parents of children with autism and related disabilities


Date: April 22 2013       Time: 9:30-11:00am    Location: 28 Millburn Ave. Springfield, NJ Suite 7


Register by April 19, 2013  $25 for Autism Awareness Month


This overview workshop will review different types of training models used with parents of children with autism . The workshop will also touch on  goal selection, data collection, and mastery of objectives.


 


Applied Behavior Analysis is what?: Debunking myths and describing the science: An introductory workshop for parents and professionals.


Date: April 24, 2013     Time: 9:30-10:30am     Location: 28 Millburn Ave. Springfield, NJ Suite 7


Register by April 21, 2013  $20 for Autism Awareness Month


Open to the public but designed for parents of children with autism and professionals working with learners with autism.

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