Classroom Strategies

  • Positive Behaviour Support in the classroom
  • Functional Assessment
  • Lesson Planning
  • Prompts
  • Reinforcer Sampling: ‘Setting a deal’
  • Generalisation
  • Staff Continuing Education
  • Positive Programming
  • Proactive Strategies
  • Reactive Strategies

Behaviour Management

  • The function of Behaviour
  • Components of Behaviour
  • Selecting Target Behaviours
  • The Behaviour Cycle
  • Creating Intervention Programmes
  • Teaching Functionally Equivalent Responses
  • Reinforcement Procedures
  • Consequences
  • Preventative Strategies
  • Practical Component

Autism

  • Red Flags of Autism
  • The Triad of Impairments
  • How to teach deficit skills
  • Creating an ‘Autistic friendly’ environment
  • Creative teaching techniques
  • The Home Environment

 

Positive Parenting

Week one:

Getting to Know Each Other, Program Goals, Expectations of Participants, Identifying Target Behaviours, Targeting a Self Help Skill, Teaching logs.

Week two:

Review Target Skills, Discuss Last Week’s Teaching, Introduce A-B-C Model, Focus in Antecedents.

Week three:

Discuss This Weeks Teaching Sessions, Review Setting The Stage and Antecedents, Introduce Use Of Rewards.

Week four:

Schedule Week 5 in Home Meetings, Troubleshooting Teaching Sessions, Critique Own Pre-Training Videos, Incidental Teaching, Follow Up on Toilet Training for Those Interested.

Week five:

In Home Meeting, Observe Parent Teaching Their Child, Provide Feedback, Monitor Progress on Targeted Skills and Toilet Programs

Week six:

Learn To Target and Measure Behaviour, Specify Behaviour Problems to Work On, Look at the “A-B-C” Pattern of Behaviour, Review Teaching.

Week Seven:

Review Data On Targeted Behaviour, Discuss Choosing Consequences That Are Appropriate For Each Behaviour, Discuss Teaching Of Alternative Behaviours, Practise Writing Your Own Behaviour Plan.

Week Eight:

Discuss Additional Consequences (Time Out and Contracts), Troubleshooting Behaviour Plans, Consult and Make Recommendations on Behaviour Program Plans

 

Training will be done in groups no larger than 10 people, to ensure individual focus.

The above training will give parents the tools to manage their child’s behaviour and teach new skills (like, Daily Living, Play, and Communication)