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Help Me Find My Voice: Helping Students With Autism Develop a Way to Communicate
Presented by Rosemarie Griffin CCC/SLP BCBA
Let me help transform your intervention for students who have autism and are non- verbal or limited verbally. Learn how to provide systematic and effective language instruction for students who have autism and are non-verbal or limited verbally. Modules will focus on assessment, verbal behavior basics, intervention planning and implementation, data collection, working with students with challenging behavior and collaborative services.
THIS COURSE IS OFFERED FOR 0.5 ASHA CEUS
(Introductory Level, Professional Area)
You are not alone in going through the course, it also includes:
Lifetime course access
A supportive Facebook community
A free set of action builder cards *those in the United States*
If registering a group and paying the group rate, each member of your group will receive a free set of action builder cards ( cards will only be sent to one mailing address)
If you have a group larger than 20, please contact me at email@example.com or at 330-954-0170.
*If you have special needs and need assistance with signing up for or taking the course, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 330-954-0170.
If you want to help your students find their voice, this is the course for you!
A great course for professionals: Rose is an exceptional speaker and offers a wealth of knowledge and experience as a speech-language pathologist and applied behavior analyst. (Yes, she's one of the few SLP/BCBA unicorns!) Throughout her course, she shares a framework and practical tips that made it possible for me to approach some of my most challenging cases with confidence. She goes above and beyond with her office hours and is a fabulous resource for any SLP working with early communicators and students on the spectrum.
Marisha McGrorty- SLP NOW
1.Participants will be able to define a mand, tact, echoic, intraverbal
2.Participants will be able to state one robust assessment for students with autism
3.Participants will be able to list 3 potential team members with whom they may collaborate with when working with students with autism
4.Participants will be able to discuss at least 1 strategy for building therapeutic rapport with clients with autism
5.Participants will be able to discriminate between well defined and vague goals for students with autism
6.Participants will be able to define items to consider when planning intervention for students with autism
7.Participants will be able to list 5 strategies to use when working on manding
8.Participants will be able to discuss how to collect data on manding
9.Participants will be able to define why work on manding is vital to helping students with autism develop a response form
10.Participants will be able to give 3 examples of an individual using their behavior to communicate
11.Participants will be able to list the functions of behavior
12.Participants will be able to define functional communication training
13.Participants will be able to describe weekly and daily shared data sheets
14.Participants will be able to describe how to use a task sheet to log intervention targets
15.Participants will be able to define the term baseline and why it is important to note
10:59 minutes Introduction to the course
34:56 minutes The basics of verbal behavior and assessment
43:34 minutes Collaboration, building therapeutic rapport and goal development
51:09 minutes The power of manding
46:08 minutes Working with students with challenging behavior
72:37 minutes Systematic and embedded language instruction
40:35 minutes Data collection and organization
4:13 minutes Key Point Review
Course Participation Requirements
Login and logout times will be recorded and documented. To complete the course, fill out the google registration form, view the course videos, take the quiz. When you have completed these requirements a certificate will be sent your way. This must all be completed within 3 months from the day you registered for the course.
ABA SPEECH is committed to providing equal opportunities in accordance with all applicable laws. If you are in need of a disability-related accommodation, please contact email@example.com.
Rosemarie Griffin, MA, CCC/SLP BCBA, is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She divides her time between a public school and a private school for students with autism in Ohio. She’s presented at the national, state and local level about systematic and collaborative language instruction for students with autism. Mrs. Griffin is also an adjunct professor here in Ohio, teaching a graduate level course about behavior analysis and ethics. In addition to these interests, she is the creator of the action builder cards. This nationally distributed therapy product provides professionals with a means of delivering evidenced based language therapy. They can be purchased on Amazon, Different Roads to Learning and at the Speech Corner. . She also has a TPT store and a blog. Her professional mission is to help all students expand their communication step by step. She can be reached at www.abaspeech.org, facebook and on instragram.
Presenter disclosure: Financial: Rosemarie Griffin is paid a percentage of each sale of this course. Rosemarie Griffin is the creator of the action builder cards- one of the strategies discussed in this course- and receives royalties for their sales. Non financial: Rosemarie is the creator of aba speech website and blog
Content disclosure: This learning event does not focus exclusively on any specific product or service.