Establishing Basic Skill Sets for Students with Autism or Other Complex Needs: The focus of this training is for students with autism or other complex needs who present limited or absent communication skills including tact (labeling) and mand (requesting repertoires). This training will cover conceptual skills, protocols, and methods to teach early social interactions that are necessary to establish basic skillsets for such students. Additionally, assessment and instructional practices related to the use of an object sort process for providing intensive teaching and data collection procedures will be directly taught. Training will also focus on teaching students to Mand/make requests. Mand is the process by which we teach functional communication in order to get the things they want/need, and, is a critical component of programming for these students. Mands can be taught through sign, vocal speech, and the use of Augmentative and Alternative Communication. This training will cover the teaching procedures used in formal mand training as well as appropriate data systems. This training addresses the Kansans Can state goals in the area of social-emotional growth and Kindergarten readiness by building earliest communication skill repertoires.
Read two articles prior to training
Coaching support after training
Optional: Three online modules
Materials to bring: 2” binder and 8 count tabs; charged laptop or device. Come with a target student in mind.
Lactation Room: If you require a lactation room during training days, please indicate this in the accommodations section of this registration.
If you have questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional development credit or CEUs are available for participants who attend the entire event. No credit will be provided for partial attendance.
Approved for 18 continuing education clock hours for Kansas licensed Speech-Language Pathologists by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services, LTS S1318
This event is approved for Learning: Ace Event (formerly Type 2) continuing education units for BCaBAs and BCBAs by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
The BACB does not warrant, endorse, sponsor, or approve, or partner with the event, organization, or instructor. 18 CEUs will be awarded for the completion of all requirements. The content for this event is considered intermediate.
There is no fee. For further information, contact Peggy VonFeldt, email@example.com.
Learning Objectives – Participants will:
Registration may be cancelled up to 14 days prior to the event for a full refund. Cancellations received within 14 days of the event will not be refunded. No-show registrations will also not be refunded.