How To Manage Classroom Behavior
POSTED BY: BSCI21.org JUNE 11, 2015 By Todd A. Ward, PhD, BCBA-D Founding Editor, bSci21.org Adel Najdowski, PhD, BCBA-D and Shannon Penrod recently wrote an article for SEEN Magazine that provided a few simple strategies for teachers to manage classroom behavior. The strategies were centered around the four primary functions of behavior – attention, escape, access […]Continue reading
Clinic Based programmes for early intervention
Clinic based ABA programmes are ideal for early behaviour intervention to achieve faster results in the children’s behaviour, communication, generalisation and socialisation, before integrating them in a mainstream school. It is the most structured and efficient method to teach them whatever is needed in order to successfully integrate them back into their natural environment (home and school) either […]Continue reading
Treating autism spectrum disorder and Social-communication programmes by NHS
Social-communication programmes Your child may be offered a type of programme called a ‘social-communication intervention’. This aims to help them communicate and interact with people and make social situations easier. Depending on your child’s age, these programmes may take place at school, or with a parent, carer or teacher. Applied behaviour analysis (ABA) Applied behaviour analysis […]Continue reading
The Kids Who Beat Autism.
At first, everything about L.’s baby boy seemed normal. He met every developmental milestone and delighted in every discovery. But at around 12 months, B. seemed to regress, and by age 2, he had fully retreated into his own world. He no longer made eye contact, no longer seemed to hear, no longer seemed […]Continue reading
ABA consultant or teach my child myself?
Why do I need an ABA consultant for my child with ASD ? There are three components that all have to work together: people, programming, and practice. And they have to work together for quite a while – at least two years, usually longer. The people are a behavior analyst (ABA consultant), ‘therapists’ or ABA tutors, […]Continue reading