Is Your Early Intervention Programme Developmentally Appropriate?
Shannon Eidman, M.Ed., BCBA, M.Ps.S.I.
This presentation will discuss the importance of developmentally appropriate practices within behaviour analytic early intervention programmes and will review some assessment tools, models and strategies to create the most meaningful change with very young learners.
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After attending this workshop, learners should be able to:
Discuss the importance of social engagement and play in overall development and learning.
Identify the critical elements of Naturalistic Developmental Behavioural Interventions (NDBI).
Identify at least 3 different assessment tools available to assist in guiding goal selection in behaviour analytic early intervention programmes.
Explain the role of motivating operations in the development of social communication and play skills.
Discuss evidence-based strategies to increase critical early learner skills, including imitation, social communication, and play.
Shannon Eidman, BCBA
BCBAs need 32 CEUs (of which, 4 CEUs must cover ethics for all certificants; 3 CEUs in supervision for supervisors) every 2 years. See https://www.bacb.com/maintain/continuing-education/ for more details.
Completion Certificates are available in your account immediately once you complete 100% of the course. You may have to download a document or answer a survey question. If you are not sure what you missed, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will check for you on our end.
You have 3 months access to the recording. After this time you can purchase an additional 2 weeks for a fee of €10.
To manage your CEU credits on the BACB web site after completing any of our courses, please use our ACE Provider # OP-21-0034. Reach Childrens's Services is an authorized and approved Learning Continuing Education Provider.
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