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FREE Workshop: Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism
May 9 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pmFree
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is broadly defined as the application of behavioral principles to solve socially significant problems. Today, ABA is perhaps best known for its application within the autism population. However, even as a proven effective method for teaching new skills and behavior, there remain many misconceptions about its application. The future of ABA will also be discussed.
This workshop will provide an overview of ABA and its application within the autism population.
*There is no cost to attend this event *
This event will be presented by Dr. Laura Dudley, BCBA-D, LAPDA. Dr. Dudley serves as Assistant Clinical Professor and Program Director for the Applied Behavior Analysis Program at Northeastern University. Dr. Dudley has more than 20 years experience in designing, developing, implementing, and monitoring quality programs for children with autism and related disabilities.
Laura has served on League School’s Board of Directors since 2017
To RSVP or with questions about this event, contact:
Michelle Melanson, League School’s Events Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org