The ultimate success of a treatment program for children and adolescents with autism is one that decreases challenging behavior and increases self-control and functional skills. This workshop addresses assessment of challenging behaviors. Topics include (1) understanding the complexity of challenging behavior, (2) conducting a functional assessment using direct observation (3) conducting a functional assessment using indirect assessment tools, and (4) interpreting assessment data to identify functions/underlying reasons that maintain the challenging behaviors. The workshop includes lecture, sample assessment tools, sample assessment data, and discussion.
*This is the first workshop of a 2-part series on Assessment and Treatment of Challenging Behavior
Workshop Objectives and Learner Outcomes
participants will be able to:
- understand the complexity of challenging behavior
- conduct a functional assessment using direct observation
- conducting a functional assessment using indirect assessment tools
- interpreting assessment information and data
- identify functions/underlying reasons that maintain the challenging behaviors
- Please note that registration will be on a first-come-first-served basis and course fees must be paid prior to closing date to reserve a place.
- Payment of fees is not a guarantee for the event to be staged as planned. Should the event be cancelled for any reason, a full refund will be made to all registered participants and no other claims are allowed. The organizer disclaims responsibility should any change in the event occur for any reason.
- Participants to the course are not allowed to split registration for different persons.
- For 1 full day seminar, only one set of meal entitlement per day shall be given to the registered participants. For half day seminar, only coffee and tea will be provided.
- Food served will be “no pork and no lard”.
- No refund of fees for participant cancellations including medical leave but substitutions are allowed with written request to organizer at least two working days before the course commences.
- Registration will be taken as confirmed upon receipt of payment or issuance of invoice. Any cancellation will not be allowed. However, substitutions are allowed with written request to organizer at least two working days before the course commences. Please note that registration will be on a first-come-first-served basis. Payment must be received by due date, before attendance of training.
- All information provided in this form is accurate up to the closing date of normal registration.
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Thu, 15 June 2023
2 Morning Sessions
Live Online Training
Professor Kathleen Quill
Dr. Kathleen Quill, BCBA-D (www.autisminstitute.net) provides professional and family support to improve the quality of intervention to children and adolescents with autism. She is a licensed Behavior Analyst (BCBA- D), developmental psycholinguist, adjunct professor in the graduate program for Autism and ABA at Endicott College, MA, and a bestselling author and advocate.
Dr. Quill lectures internationally on contemporary Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), innovations in assessment and program planning for social and communication development, and meaningful intervention for challenging and complex behavior. Dr. Quill is the editor of the seminal text Teaching children with autism: Strategies to enhance communication and socialization. (Delmar Publishers, 1995); and author of the bestseller DO-WATCH-LISTEN-SAY: Social and communication intervention for individuals with autism (Brookes Publishing, 2000; 2nd edition, 2017), both translated into 10 languages. Kathleen authors e-learning courses on social, language, and communication and was principal author of AutismPro (2004), the first online system that delivered assessment, curriculum and resources to home-based providers and families. Her current work focuses on Intervention for Repetitive and Restricted Behaviors in Autism Spectrum Disorder (text in development).
Kathy is on the editorial board for Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders and Focus on Autism and other Developmental Disabilities and is a member of the Professional Panel of Advisors for the Autism