How To Use ABA/Discrete Trials To Teach Skills

Description

This presentation will discuss Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) and Discrete Trial (DTF) in teaching children across the Autism Spectrum. Discrete Trial may be used to teach: 1.) social/play skills (i.e. imitative play, turn-taking and imitating peers), 2.) receptive and expressive language, 3.) self-help skills (i.e. toileting, dressing and undressing and oral hygiene) and 4.) academics (i.e. matching identical items, identifying shapes, colors, letters and numbers). DTF may be customized to meet the needs of each child. DTF is highly structured and builds upon a child’s strengths. DTF allows those teaching children with autism to customize the program for each child, and also allows for program modification when necessary.

The second session will have participants practice using Discrete Trial to teach important skills.

*Participants must attend the entire day of training in order to receive ANY IL EI credits!

Location Little Friends Center for Autism
140 N Wright Street
Naperville, IL 60540
Date 7/11/2019 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (Check in 8:45 AM)
Sponsor Little Friends Center for Autism
Trainer Lisa Cisek, M.A.
Contact Michele Beck (630) 305-4196 mbeck@lilfriends.com
Principles 1. Support families
2. Active participation
3. Collaborative relationships
4. Specific goals
5. Comprehensive plans
6. Periodic monitoring
7. Quality services
Credit Hours 5.0 - Intervention
Cost $100.00
Status Closed