Applied Behavioral Analysis for Individuals with Autism and Developmental Disabilities
This is an in-depth workshop discussing the use of Applied Behavioral Analysis as an intervention for individuals with Autism and related disabilities. Specific topics to be covered include functions of behavior and data collection, arranging consequences to increase and decrease behavior, differential reinforcement and generalization, intervention strategies, and social skills.
Dr. Mary Joann Lang is a professor at Azusa Pacific University. She is involved in intervention programs for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Dr. Lang manages a school for children with autism and related disabilities, as well as
an in-home therapy program.