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APPLICATION OF THE CONDITIONED MOTIVATING OPERATION-TRANSITIVE (CMOT) TO INCREASE THE VARIETY OF MANDS WITH CHILDREN WITH AUTISM
July 21, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am EDT$120
MARGARET M. HAGERTY, M.Ed., BCBA, NYS LBA
AUDIENCE: This workshop is designed for teachers, therapists, behavior analysts and others whose role is to design and implement methods to increase the verbal behavior of children with autism and related disorders in home, school or center-based programs.
PREREQUISITES: Participants should have knowledge of B.F. Skinner’s Analysis of Verbal Behavior and make use of the Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (Sundberg, 2007) as an assessment and curriculum guide.
participants will be allowed an option to sign up for a 30 minute 1:1 with a BCBAs to go over questions or concerns related to the training.
DESCRIPTION: This workshop will review Jack Michael’s behavioral analysis of the role of motivation and how it can be applied to condition neutral items as reinforcers, increase the variety of mands and increase social pragmatic skills in children with autism. Participants will be given information about teaching procedures to increase mands for missing items/actions, mands for information, increasing eye contact and making requests to peers (peer manding) will all be discussed. The workshop will provide video illustrations as well as opportunities for discussion and questions and answers. Following the workshop,
FORMAT: Workshop will be available live on Zoom and in person at our Stony Point, NY location with a limited number of seats available. The Zoom link will be sent once payment is confirmed.
DATE: July 21, 2020
TIME: 9:00am-11:00am EST
COST: $120 per person (US funds only)
All Points Licensed Behavior Analysts
160 N. Liberty Drive, Suite #10
Stony Point, NY 10980
Registration can be paid by check or electronically (additional $15 service fee). 2 Type-2 BACB CEs will be provided for full attendance at this workshop.