The General Professional Trainings are geared toward:
- Individuals who are paid to care for children with autism who are not family members including babysitters, nannies, live in nannies, au pairs, respite care workers/volunteers, daycare providers, and foster parents.
- Paraprofessionals who are not licensed or certified including teaching assistants, instructional assistants, and registered behavioral technicians (RBTs)
- Licensed/certified professionals who have little to no experience in providing educational/therapeutic services to children with autism on the topic of the training.
These aim to provide education and training for autism service providers in order to elevate the standard of care for children with autism.
Certificates will be provided for all completed trainings.
We are also offering our professional trainings remotely via teleconference through Zoom.us. If you would like to attend any of the below trainings remotely, please indicate this on your registration information. See our Online Training for more information on the system requirements.
Upcoming General Professional Trainings:
Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis
Monday, December 3, 2018
Berenice de la Cruz, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA
What is ABA? Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) can be utilized to decrease problem behavior and increase appropriate behavior in any child, including children with autism spectrum disorders. ABA is considered a best practice treatment for children with autism spectrum disorders. Professionals ill learn about basics of ABA and interventions based on ABA principles.