TAP is offering a two part training in Applied Behavior Analysis with Dr. Hedda Meadan-Kaplansky, Ph.D., BCBA-D Associate Professor in Special Education at the U of I and Linda Tortorelli, Coordinator of The Autism Program
Dates: November 3rd (Part 1), & December 1st (part 2)
Time: 6:30-8 pm
Location: Christopher Hall, 904 W. Nevada, Urbana IL
Event is FREE but spots are limited- Please RSVP with Linda Tortorelli at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 217.244.0928
1st Presentation on Applied Behavior Analysis
This training will be an introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis. We will present information about the basics of ABA, why individuals engage in behaviors (or why they don’t) and the beginning of how behavior can be increased, decreased or changed. Parents will be trained to use some simple tools to dig deeper into the reasons their child engages in behaviors of concern.
2nd Behavior Chat
Bring your questions and examples about challenging behavior to an informal discussion session with Dr. Meadan-Kaplansky and Linda Tortorelli. We will help walk you through the process of using ABA strategies to begin to understand why individuals engage in behaviors (or why they don’t) and discuss some strategies that can help improve your child’s behavior.