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STAMPPPII partner meeting in Brescia, Italy

Date: 12-15 Sept 2012
Place: Brescia, Italy

STAMPPP II partners will be meeting at the Brescia Conference in Italy to continue work on multimedia ABA and autism training pack. English version of SIMPLE STEPS available online now, will be available online in eight additional European languages from Oct 2013. It all started in Northern Ireland and we are bringing it to Europe.

photo from left: Stephen (University of Ulster), Paolo (Italy), Nichola (PEAT), Jacqueline (Netherlands), Loa (Iceland), Mickey (University of Ulster), 2 Italian colleagues, and Neil (BACB, EABA) (Karola, QUB, and Lise, Sweden, joined the meeting via Skype).

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Researchers celebrate World Autism Awareness Day 2 April 12 at our workshop entitled 'Supporting a child with Autism in mainstream schools (II)'

On 2 April 2012 we celebrated World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) with a workshop entitled: Supporting a child with Autism in mainstream schools (II). 32 participants attended the workshop which took place at the School of Education, QUB, 69 University Street Belfast, BT7 1HL.

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Autism Today, Summer Meeting 2012

Prof Dillenburger delivered paper on Evidence based practice: Applied behaviour analysis based treatments for ASD. Link >> 


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ASD workshop: Addressing Challenged Behaviour and Sensory Issues

Date: 28 September 2012 
Time: 10.00 am - 4.00 pm (Coffee/tea available from 9.30 am. Light lunch provided)
Place: School of Education, 69 University Street, Belfast

Facilitated by
Dr. Bobby Newman BCBA-­-D and Dr. Dana Reinecke BCBA-­-D
New York, USA

Dr Bobby Newman BCBA-D (room2grow.com) is Past President of both, the Association for Science in Autism Treatment and the New York Association for Behavior Analysis. He is a renowned author of numerous books on ASD and in his hands-on approach to challenged behaviours he shows how to best address every-day issues.

"Children diagnosed on the autism spectrum often are challenged by specific daily living tasks, such as eating and sleeping. These behaviors can be particularly tricky to address, as they often include both environmental and physiological components. A methodology for exploring these kinds of challenges as well as ways of addressing them will be provided.”

Dr Dana Reinecke BCBA-D is an award winning trainer and teacher in ASD at the Sage Centre for Behaviour Analysis, New York. She will address sensory issues and show how to overcome barriers to learning.

"Sensory issues commonly challenge individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). We will explore sensory-based coping strategies according to their functions. While some of these strategies may be described as sensory-seeking, others may be described as sensory-avoidant. In both cases, individuals with ASD may experience physical discomfort and distress. We will explore ways to increase the individual’s success in coping with sensory issues and how to provide alternative sensory experiences that are more helpful to the individual with ASD.”

Appropriate functional analysis can lead to a well designed treatment plan that is effectively and consistently
implemented. Practice in analyzing where and how challenges may arise and descriptions of how to address common errors in implementation will be provided.

Workshop fee: £60
Concession: £30
Parents, students, tutors, group/team

Register online.

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QUART Centre Initiative Autism Conference

Invitation to conference and Call for papers

"Ambitious for all: Current research in Autism Spectrum Disorder and related disorders"

One-day conference on 18 Nov 2011
QUB School of Education, 69 University Street Belfast BT71HL
Contact for more information: quartcentre@qub.ac.uk

The conference focuses on recent and current research regarding individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Local, national, and international researchers, practitioners, parent/caregivers, and individuals affected by ASD will have an opportunity to share their research findings and communicate and network.

The conference is organised in collaboration with local charities ‘STARS Autism Project’ and ‘Parents Education as Autism Therapists’, and student-lead activities at QUB. It will be of interest to professionals from a wide variety of disciplines, including Education, Social Work, Medicine and Allied Health Professions as well as families and individuals affected by ASD.

Keynote speakers

Dr Angelika Anderson and Prof Dennis Moore, Faculty of Education and Krongold Centre, Monash University, Australia

Dr Neil Martin has many years of experience in working directly with individuals and families affected by ASD and consulting with Education and HSC agencies.

Smita Awasthi, Director of Behavior Momentum, Bangalore, India, is an internationally recognised autism expert, therapist and staff trainer.

In addition, we anticipate a large number of research papers (15 min presentation, 5 min for questions). You are invited to submit abstracts before 30 Sept 2011.

There will be places for up to 100 delegates (allocated on a first come basis), free of charge (Coffee/Tea and light lunch will be provided). Download flyer and registration form here.

The conference is generously support by Public Health Agency HSC Research & Development Division and Stars Autism Project, Kilrea. Please feel free to tell everyone who may be interested in this conference. Looking forward to seeing you there.


QUART Conference Keynote address by Smita Awasthi avaliable from here.

QUART Conference Keynote address by Prof Dennis Moore and Dr Angelika Anderson avaliable from here.

QUART Conference Keynote address by Dr Neil Martin avaliable from here.

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2nd QUART Conference: Ambitious for All: Autism, Behaviour Intervention and Learning

Whitla Hall, 30 November 2012
9.30 am - 4.00 pm

A conference with a difference: setting local experience and expertise into international context, this conference is truly participatory, evidence-based, and person-centered. International keynote speakers will demonstrate hands-on how behaviour interventions can be utilized to enhance academic curriculum and build basic and adaptive life skills.

The ‘Call for Papers’ makes this conference uniquely hands-on. We welcome researchers, students, and professionals from education, behaviour support, and health (HSC), and parents and individuals affected by ASD to present their findings from evidence-based behaviour intervention and learning.

Last year’s QUART conference attracted a wide range of professionals from Education, Behaviour Support, Social and Health Care, commissioners, and inspectorate. Contribution £20 (£10 concession for individuals affected by ASD, parents, carers, and tutors).

Keynote Addresses:

  • Teaching academic curriculum: Effective inclusion in mainstream classrooms. Dr Carl Hughes is a Senior Behaviour Analyst at Bangor University, Wales. He has published widely about evidence-based procedures that enhance effective inclusion and academic advancement.
  • Building adaptive skills: Practical applications. Dr Mickey Keenan is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Ulster, Fellow of the British Psychological Society and Community Fellow (UU). He holds numerous awards for his research and contribution to the community.
  • Establishing the basics: Early behavioural interventions in Spain, Germany and Greece. Aikaterini Dounavi Visiting Research Associate QUB; PhD Candidate, University of Madrid; Director at Melody Centre, Germany and Clinical Director at Magiko Sympan, Greece.

Call for Papers
If you would like to present a paper at the 2nd QUART Conference please submit your abstract (150-200 word outline of your Presentation or Poster). Abstracts must be data/evidence-based and will be peer-reviewed. We welcome all levels of research. We especially encourage submissions from local, national, and international researchers, practitioners, students, and families and individuals affected by ASD.

Deadline for submissions: 30 Sept 2012
E-mail to quartcentre@qub.ac.uk
Peer-review decision: 14 Oct 2012
Accepted presenters (one per paper/poster) are automatically registered for the conference (free)

Conference Stands
This conference facilitates an ASD and behaviour intervention exhibition. Cost per table/stand £30. To discuss your requirements and book contact quartcentre@qub.ac.uk.

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Using Technology and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to help individuals with ASD communicate more effectively

Date: Friday 25th January 2013
Time: 9.30am - 3.30pm
Venue: Peter Froggatt Centre 02/26
Cost: Full fee £50 / Concession £25

This workshop introduces parents and professionals to the use of technology, ipad and ipod, multimedia and AAC for helping individuals with ASD to communicate more effectively. A number of multimedia resources and apps will be introduced and participants will be shown how to use them.

Facilitated by Lisa Ruddy (QUB), Nichola Booth (Simple Steps), Lisa Domican (Developer of Grace App) and Fiona Wilson (Image2Talk). 

4 CEUs

For flyer click  here.

Registration for this event is now closed.

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Using Technology and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to help individuals with ASD communicate more effectively

Date: Friday 25th January 2012
Time: 9.30am - 3.30pm
Venue: Peter Froggatt Centre 02/26
Cost: Full fee £50 / Concession £25

This workshop introduces parents and professionals to the use of technology, ipad and ipod, multimedia and AAC for helping individuals with ASD to communicate more effectively. A number of multimedia resources and apps will be introduced and participants will be shown how to use them.

Facilitated by Lisa Ruddy (QUB), Nichola Booth (Simple Steps), Lisa Domican (Developer of Grace App) and Fiona Wilson (Image2Talk). 

4 CEUs

For flyer click here.

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Educational Research at Queen's: How we're making an impact

Date: 15 March 2013
Time: 10am - 1pm
Venue: Riddel Hall, Stranmillis Road, Belfast BT9 5EE

This show case event by four leading researchers will allow you to hear first hand about the School of Education's ground breaking work. The event will give you the opportunity to learn more about some of our key programmes of research within the School and the impact we are having not just in Northern Ireland but nationally and internationally. We will be showcasing the work of our four research centres. Each centre is led by an eminent international authority in their area. Under their directorship, the four centres are taking forward impressive and highly innovative programmes of research.

What unites the four centres is a commitment to impact and to ensuring that our research leads to real change in transforming the lives of learners and educators.  This event will give you the chance to hear specific examples of how this is being done in practice and also to learn about our ambitious plans for the future.

Everyone welcome.

Download the event programme here.

RSVP to Jan Speer (TEl: 028 9097 3041, jan.speer@qub.ac.uk)

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Using Science to Improve Educational Outcomes for all Students

Date: Friday 12th April
Time: 12.30 – 2pm
Venue: Cathcart Room (0G/007), School of Education 69/71 University Street.

Prof Bill Heward (Ohio State University)

Applied behaviour analysis (ABA) will be defined, some common misconceptions about it discussed, and 12 reasons suggested why ABA is ideally suited to help improve education. Five examples of teaching tactics derived from ABA that make instruction more effective (and fun) for all students in inclusive classrooms will be presented. Video clips of teachers using the techniques will be shown and participants provided guidelines and resources for implementing the tactics.

Target Audience - general and special education teachers, teacher supervisors, school psychologists, school administrators, teacher education faculty, educational policy makers

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Celebrate World Autism Awareness Day - Helping School-aged pupils with Autism succeed in mainstream classes

Date: Saturday 13th April 2013
Time:
 9.30-16.00    
Venue: 
Lanyon Building/Canada Room, QUB
Cost: Full fee £60 / Concession £30

Professor Bill Heward (Ohio State University)

Professor Heward is co-author of Cooper, Heron and Heward "Applied Behavior Analysis". This workshop addresses issues related to the question: What behavior changes produced by what techniques will accrue maximal success for students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in regular classrooms?This workshop will examine research-based interventions that help students with ASD learn a number of skill sets that autism experts consider critical for success in inclusive classrooms. Target Audience - general and special education teachers, teacher supervisors, school psychologists, school administrators, teacher education faculty,educational policy makers.

5 CEUs

Bill Heyward Workshop 13th April 2013 flyer.

 

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Precision Teaching Workshop (as seen on BBC News) (Postponed)

Date, Time and Venue: TBC

Precision Teaching Workshop (as seen on BBC News)
Dr Carl Hughes and Mike Beverley Bangor University, Wales will follow up QUART conference presentation on Precision Teaching with a full-day workshop.

Due to unforeseen circumstances this event has had to be cancelled,  apologies for any inconvenience;
It is planned to reschedule the workshop, details will follow.

 


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3rd QUART Conference

DATE: 20th September 2013
TIME: 9.00-4.00 (Time updated to accommodate new Speakers)
VENUE: Whitla Hall, Queen's University Belfast

SPEAKERS
Minister Edwin Poots MLA  
Dr Lorri Unumb Esq. (USA Autism Speaks)
STAMPPPII Launch Team from Italy, Iceland, Sweden, Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Norway, and England
Lisa Ruddy QUB, Postgraduate
Cillian McKerr (Student,UU)

EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE FOR PARTICIPATION AND INCLUSION
This is the 3rd Annual Conference organised by the Queens University Autism Research and Treatment (QUART) Forum, part of the Centre for Behaviour Analysis at QUB. Following the very successful format of previous years this is an all-day conference with a difference.

Setting local experience and expertise into international context, this conference is truly participatory, evidence-based, and person-centred. International keynote speakers will demonstrate how behaviour interventions can be utilized to enhance participation and inclusion through effective methods.

We encourage participation in particular from parent/carers and individuals with autism and those from the public services.

Presentations and posters are invited under the following four themes: Autism Spectrum Disorders, Applied Behaviour Analysis, Evidence-based methods for inclusion and finally, Participatory methods in and out of school.

Organised by the Centre for Behaviour Analysis, School of Education, at Queens University Belfast in collaboration with professionals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Conference contribution:
Professionals (£20)
Concession (£10) includes Individuals with ASD, parents, students, tutors, group/teams of 4+ Presenters (admission free for the person who presents each paper/poster).

Book online here.

Optional booking method details here

Conference flyer

3rd Annual QUART Conference 'Call for Papers':
The ‘Call for Papers’ makes this conference uniquely hands-on. We welcome researchers, students, and professionals from education, behaviour support, and health (HSC), and parents and individuals affected by ASD to present their findings from evidence-based behaviour intervention and learning. Presentations and posters are invited under the following four themes:
• Autism Spectrum Disorders
• Applied Behaviour Analysis
• Evidence-based methods for inclusion
• Participatory methods in and out of school.

quartcentre@qub.ac.uk Peer-review decision: 30 Aug 2013 Accepted presenters (one per paper/poster) are automatically registered for the conference.

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Aggression Replacement Training (ART®) 3-day Workshop

DATE: 25th, 26th and 27th Febuary 2014
TIME: 10am - 15.30 (9.30 registration on first day)
VENUE: Queen's University Belfast
FACILITATOR:  Dr Børge Strømgren (Akershus Univ. College, Norway)
REGISTRATION: Workshop contribution £120.00, online event registration here

ART® has been employed and evaluated for over 40 years in schools, centers, and other agencies concerned with the reduction of violence and youth aggression in the community, school, and elsewhere. Extended studies have demonstrated its potency for skill learning, anger control, and recidivism reduction.

This three-day workshop introduces ART® to Northern Ireland and provides participants with the scientifically validated knowledge and skills to help adolescents at risk manage their own behaviour.

Participants will learn about the integrated aspects of ART® including Skill-streaming, Anger Control Training, and Moral reasoning training.

The 3-day workshop focuses on the practical techniques as well as refers to their theoretical foundations.

This workshop is of particular interest to those working with young people at risk and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit, and/or Obsessional/Compulsive or Conduct Problem Conditions.

Includes coffee/tea & light lunch for all 3 days
9.30 – Registration on first day
3-Day Workshop 10.00 -15.30 (each day)
14 Continuous Education Units (CEUs for BCBA/BCaBA)
Further information k.dillenburger@qub.ac.uk
For Flyer click here

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One Day Workshop for ABA home therapists and/or potential therapists:

PEAT will deliver a one day workshop for ABA home therapists and/or potential therapists to offer a brief introduction to Autism and Applied Behaviour Analysis.

The workshop will cover:

  • How your behaviour can impact on a child’s behaviour.
  • How to collect and record data effectively.
  • How to prompt?
  • Which data collection procedure?
  • How to be a good tutor.

The workshop will consist of presenting video for which participants have to observe and record data. Mock therapy sessions will also take place.
The workshop will take place at CBA, Queen’s University Belfast on Friday 27th September, starting at 10am until 3pm.
To book a place on this workshop you must complete and return PEAT’s booking form along with the required fee of £20.

For further information please contact PEAT directly on T 02890324882 or E. info@peatni.org

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Chief nourisher in life’s feast – Sleep, Workshop in collaboration with University of Ulster, School of Psychology

Date: Wednesday 23rd July 2014
Location: QUB, Lanyon/Canada Room 14.00-16.00
Speaker: Professor Neville M Blampied, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Registration: Please register by e-mailing Jan Speer

For human beings, from birth to death, regular and refreshing sleep is vital to health and happiness. Nevertheless, significant numbers of infants, children, adolescents and adults experience sleep difficulties and disruptions. Chronic settling difficulties and nightwaking is common in infancy, sleep disruptions can occur in childhood and especially adolescence, and insomnia is a major issue for adults. Beginning with the work of Bootzin and his Stimulus Control Theory of Adult Insomnia, a behavioural perspective has contributed in important but under-appreciated ways to understanding and treating sleep disturbances across the lifespan. This talk will try to answer questions such as What is sleep? Why do we sleep? What can go wrong with sleep at different ages? and, How can we solve and prevent sleep problems? – all from a behavioural science viewpoint. Recent unpublished results from our lab on treating sleep problems in typically developing children and children with ASD will be presented.

Brief Biography for  Professor Neville M Blampied

‌Neville was born in Auckland, NZ and is a third generation New Zealander of Irish and Jersey Is ancestry and the son of a dairy farmer. He graduated MSc in Psychology from the University of Auckland in 1970, having been introduced to behaviour analysis by Ivan Beale and John Irwin. He started as a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology University of Canterbury, Christchurch, in 1970, planning to stay three years! Over time at Canterbury he morphed from a physiological psychologist to a behavioural pharmacologist to an experimental behaviour analyst and then (finally) to an applied behaviour analyst. His major research area for the past 20 years has been in applied family psychology, notably pediatric sleep disturbances. Recently, he also got involved in research into the psychological effects of the Canterbury earthquakes, for which, under his leadership, the Department of Psychology was awarded the inaugural College of Science Research Team award in December, 2012. In 2012 he completed a 7-year stint as Head of Department and member of the Executive of the College of Science and the University’s Academic Board. He has also served six years as Director of Scientific Affairs for the New Zealand Psychological Society (2004-2010), two years as National President of the Association of University Staff (now the TEU; 2000-2001), three years on the Board of the NZ Universities Academic Audit Unit (2001-2003), and has just finished a term as President of Division 6, International Association of Applied Psychology.

A list of recent publications on sleep is below:

Blampied, N.M. (2013). Functional behavioral analysis of sleep in infants and children. In Wolfson, A., & Montgomery-Downs, H. (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Sleep: Development & Problems (pp 169 – 188). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Henderson, J, Moti, G., & Blampied, N.M. (2013). Sleeping through the night: A community survey of parents’ opinions about and expectations of infant sleep consolidation. Journal of Pediatrics and Child Health 49(7): 535-540. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jpc.12278.
France, K.G., & Blampied, N.M. (2013). Services and programs proven to be effective in managing pediatric sleep disturbances and disorders and their impact on the social and emotional development of young children. In R.E. Tremblay, R.G. Barr, & R.DeV. Peters (Eds.). Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development [online]. Montreal, Quebec: Centre for Excellence for Early Childhood Development. Revised Ed. Pp 1-8. www.excellence-earlychildhood.ca/documents/France-BlampiedANGxp.pdf
Blampied, N.M. & Bootzin, R.R. (2013). Sleep – A behavioral account. In G. Madden (Ed.). Handbook of Behavior Analysis Vol 2. (pp 425 – 453). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Henderson JMT, France, K.G., & Blampied, N.M. (2011), The consolidation of infants’ nocturnal sleep across the first year of life. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 15(4), 211-220 Doi:10.1016/j.smrv.2010.08.003
Kemp, S., Helton, W.S., Richardson, J., Blampied, N.M. and Grimshaw, M. (2011). Sleeplessness, Stress, Cognitive Disruption and Academic Performance Following the September 4, 2010, Christchurch Earthquake. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies 2011(2): 11-18. http://trauma.massey.ac.nz/issues/2011-2/AJDTS_2011-2_Kemp.pdf.
Henderson, J.M.T., France, K.G., Joseph L. Owens, J.L., & Blampied, N.M. (2010). Sleeping Through the Night: The Consolidation of Self-regulated Sleep Across the first year of life. Pediatrics (published online Oct 25, 2010). DOI: 10.1542/peds.2010-0976.
Henderson, J.M.T., France, K.G. and Blampied, N.M. (2011) The consolidation of infants' nocturnal sleep across the first year of life. Sleep Medicine Reviews 15(4): 211-220. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.smrv.2010.08.003

 

 

 

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Employment of adults with disabilities:Policies and Practice

DATE: Thursday 23rd October 2014 
TIME: 2pm – 4pm 
VENUE: Canada Room & Council Chamber, Lanyon Building, QUB.
FACILITATOR: Lynnae Ruttledge, ; Appointee by U.S. President Obama on the National Council on Disability.
REGISTRATION: This is an open and free event, but for numbers for catering please register with jan.speer@qub.ac.uk
Refreshments at 3.30pm


Employment of adults with disabilities is a topic of great interest and importance today. Our discussion will focus on strategies, research and best practices that can assure that adults with disabilities have the skills and opportunity to compete in the local and global economy and in the 21st century workplace.  Too often, adults with disabilities face significant challenges in accessing and maintaining employment opportunities that maximize their skills, talents and abilities. For many, low expectations, under-employment and limited access to meaningful careers have been the reality. For others, adult onset of disability has meant the untimely shortening or termination of a career.Promising strategies that involve business, education and the disability community abound. There is a growing body of research and development of evidence-based practices in the field of employment of youth and adults with disabilities. Disability employment policy can and should be viewed in the context of the local and global economy.  As importantly, we can learn to tell a better story - from the perspective of the adult with a disability, from the perspective of employers and from the perspective of the community that benefits.

Short Biography:
Lynnae Ruttledge has committed her career to disability-related public policy and program development with a focus on employment of adults with disabilities. In her work in the fields of education, independent living, vocational rehabilitation and international exchange, Lynnae has provided effective leadership for collaborative partnerships with educators, researchers, advocates, business, community-based organizations and governmental agencies.  Lynnae currently serves as a Presidential appointee to the National Council on Disability, an independent federal agency that advises the President, Congress and other federal agencies on disability policy. In addition, she serves as a disability policy advisor to DOCTRID (Daughters of Charity, Technology  Research into Disability) and Michigan State University. In 2013, Lynnae also served as a Presidential appointee to the fifteen member US Senate Commission on Long Term Care.  Lynnae provided national leadership to the public vocational rehabilitation program as Commissioner of the Rehabilitation Services Administration with the US  Department of Education from 2010 - 2012. Throughout her extensive public service career, Lynnae has held policy development and executive level leadership positions at the local, state and national levels.  Committed to international disability rights advocacy, Lynnae is a strong supporter of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. She has been affiliated with Mobility International USA, a US-based disability rights NGO, since 1988 and has served as a citizen diplomat in educational exchanges in South America, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Australia/New Zealand, Russia and Europe.  Lynnae and her husband (an Irish citizen) make their home in the state of Washington in the Pacific Northwest.

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Open Learning Course (Spring 2014):Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder

DATE:April to June 2014 (Exact dates TBA)
TIME: TBA
VENUE: TBA
FACILITATOR: Nichola Booth (BCBA)
REGISTRATION:To enrol please see the Open Learning Website or contact Open Learning at 028 9097 3323/3539

This five week course will provide participants with an understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and provide practical strategies to address some of the behavioural issues that can arise. We will learn how to understand and address behaviours of individuals with autism to help them overcome barriers to inclusion. All interventions and strategies will be based on the principles of the Science of behaviour analysis.
These helping strategies will be taught in a practical interactive way, using multimedia training resources, so that participants can utilise them at home or work settings.This course is delivered by SOE Open Learning Programme in collaboration with the Centre for Behaviour Analysis and the PEAT Charity. The course is taught by Nichola Booth (BCBA).The course is delivered in 5 evening sessions (2 hours each) and is accredited at 5 CATS points following completion of a multiple-choice test at the end of the course.

 

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Training for Teachers and Parents living and working with Autism Spectrum Disorder 2013-14

CBA in collaboration with, 'Parents' Education as Autism Therapists (PEAT)', are offering five training events as part of the ongoing Big Lottery Fund project:
"Educational Inclusion for Children and Young People with Autism Spectrum Disorder."  The details for each event are below, for further information and registration forms contact the PEAT office, Tel: 028 90 324 882 or e-mail: info@peatni.org.

The titles and dates for the workshops are listed below. They will take place in the Peter Froggatt Centre, Queen's University Belfast.

TITLE: Event 1, Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Applied Behaviour Analysis
DATE: Friday 25th October 2013
TIME: 10.00-3.00pm
LOCATION:PFC/02/011

TITLE: Event 2, Behaviour Management in the Classroom
DATE: Friday 6th December 2013
TIME:10.00-3.00pm
LOCATION: PFC/02/011

TITLE: Event 3, Behaviour Analysis for Effective Teaching
DATE:Friday 14th February 2014
TIME: 10.00-3.00pm
LOCATION:PFC/03/006B

TITLE: Event 4, Tools for Achieving Social Confidence for Children and Young People with Autism
DATE: Friday 11th April 2014
TIME:10.00-3.00pm
LOCATION: PFC/03/006B

TITLE: Event 5, How to Understand and Improve Challenged Behaviour in Children and Young People with Autism
DATE: Friday 13th June 2014
TIME:10.00-3.00pm
LOCATION: Please note the location has changed since the flyer was printed, the venue is now
School of Sociology and Social Work, 6 College Park /01/035 (this is due to refurbishment in the PFC)

Registration forms for all above events are available by contacting info@peatni.org or telephone 028 90 324 882

For flyer with details of all these events click here.

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