Strategies to Decrease Behavioral Problems and Teach Functional Language in Children with Autism Workshop

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Strategies to Decrease Behavioral Problems and Teach Functional Language in Children with Autism Workshop

Announced on:Sun, Aug 7, 2016

General Description:


Center for Autism Research invites you to attend The Strategies to Decrease Behavioral Problems and Teach Functional Language in Children with Autism Workshop

Goals, Objectives & Themes:


Teaching parents of ASD children Applied Behavior Analysis strategies to decrease children’s behavioral problems and increase appropriate behavior at home.
Learning how to implement these strategies to help children acquire functional language.
Learning how to identify behavioral functions to minimize behavioral problems.
Implementing procedures based on these functions to decrease behavioral problems and increase appropriate behaviors.
Learning how to teach basic prerequisites to establish language and the most effective procedures to teach children how to communicate effectively with their caregivers.
Giving parents the opportunity to practice all represented set of skills during the workshop.

Event Speaker(s):

  • Dr. Yors A. Garcia, phD, BCBA-D

Event Details:

Event Location: North Tower - Research Centre Building (KFSH&RC), Room #304

Event Time: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Event Targeted Audience: Both Families and Professionals

Event Language: English.

Event Interpretation: Not available.