Inclusion! Evidence Based Strategies for working with Students with Autism
Presented by Dr. James Ball, Ed.D., BCBA-D, President & CEO of JB Autism Consulting, Executive Board Chair of the Autism Society’s National Board of Directors and award-winning author

This presentation will introduce and discuss systematic techniques for teaching students with an autism spectrum disorder.  It will focus on teaching specific skills, enhancing motivation, and generalization training.  A step by step demonstration will be presented using real life examples.  Modifications will be explored that allow this particular program to be effective with students significantly challenged with autism, as well as those students with Aspergers Syndrome.  Because of the nature of this presentation, a question and answer period will be provided.

Learning Objectives:
  • Participants will be able to identify 3 reinforcement techniques to assist an individual on the autism spectrum in the learning process.
  • Participants will be able to implement 3 specific teaching techniques that will assist an individual on the autism spectrum in the learning process.
  • Participants will be able to design an individualized teaching program that will assist an individual on the autism spectrum in the learning process.
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