Sponsored by Bluebonnet Trails Autism Program
Angel Filer, M.Ed., BCBA
Shannon Struble, M.Ed., BCBA
Jennifer Lopatowski, M.Ed., BCBA
This workshop will be provided to families currently being served through the Bluebonnet Trails Autism Program, Early Childhood Intervention Program, those families waiting on the program list, or those interested in signing up for services. For Autism Awareness month, Bluebonnet will be offering this training for free. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to receive FREE training in the basics of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). ABA is a science based therapy that has been proven to be effective in treating individuals with autism. It has over 50 years of supporting research and has been shown to be effective in treating individuals of all ages, all severity levels, and all developmental disabilities. Attending this training will teach you what to expect when participating in Bluebonnet Trails’ Autism Program and how to implement evidence-based strategies in the home and community. Space is limited so register early.
Introduction to ABA:
Saturday, April 26, 9:00 – 4:00 pm or
Wednesday, April 30, 9:00am – 4:00 pm
This workshop is an introduction to the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). It is an excellent starting point for parents, therapists, teachers, case workers, family and friends. You will come away from this workshop with a better understanding of what ABA is and how to teach effectively. This training will also address determining the functions of behaviors and developing intervention plans. This workshop will include hands-on training to practice different skills and receive feedback from a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. No prior experience is necessary.
For more information:
Angel Filer 512-227-0492
Jessica Dreyfus 512-244-8370