Do you have students with challenging behaviors? Are you looking for effective approaches to reduce and replace these behaviors? If so, please join Monica Fisher, M.Ed., BCBA/COBA, Behavior Department Director at Monarch Center for Autism; and Judy Reynolds, M.Ed., Behavior Specialist at Monarch Center for Autism, for this edWebinar and learn how to:
- Define key behavioral terms including antecedent, consequence, motivation, positive and negative reinforcement, and more
- Identify functions of challenging behaviors (e.g., gaining attention, escaping work), which help to determine why children engage in different types of behaviors
- Learn effective interventions to proactively and reactively reduce challenging behaviors
- Examine a case study through which we’ll analyze challenging behaviors and develop effective interventions
- Special education teachers, speech therapists, paraprofessionals, occupational therapists, behavior specialists, and intervention specialists will benefit from attending this edWebinar. There will be time for a Q&A after the presentation. Join us to learn more about challenging behaviors in children with autism and how to reduce them.