Innovative Technology-Based Interventions for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD); focus on video modelling
Given the visual superiority of people with ASD, the majority of current educational programmes rely on visual supports. Drawings, pictures or videos appear to be particularly motivating. This seminar will focus on video modelling aiming to provide participants with a sound understanding of all critical underpinnings of this procedure, necessary for the design of appropriate individualised interventions.
- Technology-based interventions for individuals with ASD; An introduction to:
- Computer-based training for individuals with ASD.
- Virtual Reality / Virtual Environments.
- Video modelling.
- Video modelling in autism treatment:
- Video modelling and essential behavioural principals.
- An overview of video modelling focusing on salient features of this procedure (e.g., with what ages video modelling is effective, what intervention goals can be addressed by video modelling, what settings can video modelling be effectively used etc.).
- Guidelines for designing effective video modelling procedures.
- Detailed step-by-step implementation across types (i.e., video modelling, self-modelling, priming modelling, point-of-view modelling) and skills/target Behaviours (i.e., social skills, daily living skills, communication / language, play skills, joint attention, challenging behaviours).
- Application through selected case studies.
In this particular workshop/seminar a 6 Type 2 CEU's available for BCBAs & BCaBAs (Approved Continuing Education (ACE) Provider IP-14-2411)
The training will was held at 14/6/2014 in Ramada Encore London West, W3 6RT.