Autism and Wandering:   How ABA can help keep kids safe | Sarah Kupferschmidt | TEDxKingStWomen

Autism and Wandering:   How ABA can help keep kids safe | Sarah Kupferschmidt | TEDxKingStWomen

How would you react as a parent if you found that your child had gone missing? For many parent of autistic children this fear is a daily reality. Over 2 million autistic children in North America have a propensity to wander or bolt. There are solutions by working with the child using Applied Behaviour Analysis. Sarah Kupferschmidt is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) who knows the fear that can strike a parent when their child goes missing. She has worked with hundreds of children and youth with autism and their families across Ontario. Clinically supervising and training staff on how to implement treatment strategies based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Sarah is a Part-Time Professor at Mohawk College and McMaster University in the ABA certificate in Social Sciences. She is Co-Founder of Special Appucations, a company that develops innovative solutions for children with autism and his/her family that are based on ABA. Her mission is to empower parents and educators who work with children with special needs with skills that will improve his/her quality of life. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

ABA Autism Training - Chapter 1 - The Discrete Trial

ABA Autism Training - Chapter 1 - The Discrete Trial

This video provides an overview of the components of a discrete trial -- the discriminative stimulus, the response from the child or prompt from the therapist, and finally, reinforcement or correction. The Autism Intervention Training Video Series was designed for individuals in the beginning stages of learning how to conduct Applied Behavioural Analysis with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. It is a series of videos demonstrating 5 of the key techniques needed for successful intervention: The Discrete Trial; Reinforcement; Prompting; Generalization; Incidental Teaching The videos are intended to be a learning tool, used in conjunction with textbook, classroom and/or practice-based learning. Each video is short enough to be shown during class time with time left over for the instructor to cover the topics in more detail during lecture. These videos will be useful to students, paraprofessionals, professionals and parents.

ABA vs. NBA

ABA vs. NBA

The ABA was a basketball league that competed with the NBA in the 1970's. This video gives the full story and looks into the key competitive strategies of the new league. Twitter: https://twitter.com/MikeCompany17 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/companyman Website: https://companyman.squarespace.com ______________________________ My YouTube Channels: Basketball's Best - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcZAZUSUitBEwEbxSEFI5eg Company Man - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQMyhrt92_8XM0KgZH6VnRg Mike's Thoughts - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_DcSvj8aN-vezhvW0-6M5g ______________________________ You May Also Like: Kmart: https://youtu.be/1__Qg1toSSs MTV: https://youtu.be/p73U5Yfabho Google: https://youtu.be/bm-neMpokqc Vine: https://youtu.be/7vhG9WPsJXQ Harley-Davidson: https://youtu.be/1UF-w1yf894 Blockbuster: https://youtu.be/5sMXR7rK40U

Ask An ABA Therapist

Ask An ABA Therapist

Abigail's ABA therapist answered YOUR questions from Instagram during Abbie's therapy session...so Abbie took advantage of the situation of course! We will soon do another "Ask An ABA Therapist" if you guys like the first one. -First Merch Link- https://teespring.com/stores/fathering-autism -Second Merch Link- http://fatheringautism.storenvy.com -Sign Up For Members Here- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZwd0qneWpqUqLnM5nwZpsA/join (for iPhone users that don't have the "Join" option yet) -Links For All The Things- Amazon Affiliate- https://www.amazon.com/shop/fatheringautism -The Podcast- https://anchor.fm/fromamtopm -Priscilla's Cooking Channel- https://www.youtube.com/c/potspanspriscilla -Priscilla's Makeup Page- https://www.facebook.com/lipstickmamamakeup -Mailing Address- Fathering Autism 10416 New Berlin Rd MPB 227 Jacksonville, FL 32226 -MY SOCIAL MEDIA- -YouNow- https://www.younow.com/fatheringautism -Patreon- https://www.patreon.com/FatheringAutism -Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/FatheringAutismYouTube/ -Snapchat- FatheringAutism -Twitter- @fatheringautism -My Instagram- @fatheringautism1 https://www.instagram.com/fatheringautism1/?hl=en -Isaiah’s Instagram- @whats_the_pointnshoot https://www.instagram.com/whats_the_pointnshoot/?hl=en

How Effective Can ABA Intervention For Autistic Children Be? | Autism Challenging Behaviour

How Effective Can ABA Intervention For Autistic Children Be? | Autism Challenging Behaviour

Documentary which explores the controversy around ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis), an intensive intervention used to treat autism. Parents who want ABA for their children passionately believe that it is the best way to teach a child new skills and to help them function in mainstream society, but critics of ABA argue that it is dehumanising and abusive to try to eliminate autistic behaviour. The film follows three-year-old Jack and four-year-old Jeremiah through their first term at Treetops School in Essex - the only state school in the UK which offers a full ABA programme. Neither boy has any language, Jeremiah finds it hard to engage with the world around him and Jack has severe issues with food. Both their parents have high hopes of the 'tough love' support that Treetops offers, but will struggle with their child's progress. We also meet Gunnar Frederiksen, a passionate and charismatic ABA consultant who works with families all over Europe. His view of autism - that it is a condition that can be cured and that families must work with their child as intensively and as early as possible if they want to take the child 'out of the condition' - is at odds with the way that many view autism today. Gunnar is working with three-year-old Tobias in Norway and has trained the parents so that they can work with him at home as his ABA tutors. He also introduces us to Richard, a 16-year-old from Sweden who was diagnosed with autism at the age of three and whose parents were told that he would be unlikely ever to speak. Today, Richard is 'indistinguishable from his peers' and plays badminton for the Swedish national team. In an emotional scene, Richard and his family look back at video recordings of the early ABA treatment and we are confronted both by the harshness of the method and the result of the intervention. These and other stories are intercut with the views and experiences from those who oppose ABA and who argue that at the heart of ABA is a drive to make children with autism as normal as possible, rather than accepting and celebrating their difference. Lee, an autistic mother of a son who has Aspergers, describes how the drive to make her behave and act like a 'normal' child broke her, and how she was determined to accept her son for who he was. The question of how far we accept autistic difference and how much should we push people with autism to fit into society's norms raises wider questions that affect us all - how do we achieve compliance in our children, how much should we expect children to conform and how far should parents push children to fit in with their own expectations? Nurture is the new home for captivating and interesting documentaries and shows about all things parenting. We will be uploading every week so subscribe to keep updated. Subscribe for more from Nurture: https://goo.gl/y8WzCa Follow us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/NurtureChannel Follow us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/nurturechannel Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/Nurture_OFF Produced by TVF International

Ask an Autistic #5 - What is ABA?

Ask an Autistic #5 - What is ABA?

What is ABA? What is the purpose of ABA therapy? Is ABA good for Autistic children? Is there a link between ABA and PTSD? What's the alternative? Answers to all of these questions and more in this episode of Ask an Autistic! Note: At 1:15 I say, "the operant being the Autistic child", but what I meant to say was, "the operant being the Therapist". Writings on the connection between ABA and trauma/PTSD: http://www.astraeasweb.net/politics/aba.html (part one) http://www.astraeasweb.net/politics/aba2.html (part two) http://www.autistichoya.com/2012/09/what-they-should-be-talking-about.html http://unstrangemind.wordpress.com/2013/01/27/no-you-dont/ http://autismmythbusters.com/parents/therapy/the-truth-about-aba/ Writings on the topic of ABA and other behavioural therapies: http://www.sentex.net/~nexus23/naa_aba.html http://www.thinkingautismguide.com/2011/11/advocacy-begins-with-no.html? http://thecaffeinatedautistic.wordpress.com/2013/02/22/509/ http://thecaffeinatedautistic.wordpress.com/2013/01/29/what-they-didnt-tell-me/ http://a-view-of-my-own.tumblr.com/post/56006330011/abuse-but-its-lovez http://neurowonderful.tumblr.com/post/73541320863/aba-therapy-approaches Writings from the parents of Autistic children: http://emmashopebook.com/2012/10/10/tackling-that-troublesome-issue-of-aba-and-ethics/ http://emmashopebook.com/2013/11/05/more-on-aba/ http://loveexplosions.net/2013/01/30/the-cost-of-compliance-is-unreasonable/ http://emmashopebook.com/2013/04/10/the-influence-of-others/ http://lifehiswayblog.wordpress.com/2013/04/12/changing-the-child-vs-helping-the-child/ My blog: http://neurowonderful.tumblr.com The track used in this video was "Like Music" by pheraph http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ The captions for this video were graciously provided by Hannah of http://captainindigo.tumblr.com/ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/Gdkh/

A Typical Day For An ABA Therapist: Applied Behavior Analysis

A Typical Day For An ABA Therapist: Applied Behavior Analysis

CAREERS AT BRETT DINOVI & ASSOCIATES HERE https://brettdassociates.com/contact-and-careers/ A typical day for an ABA Therapist at Brett DiNovi & Associates is documented from beginning to end. Joe Carter assigns a case to a clinician based on expertise, location, and many other factors. This episode documents Pam Marshall facilitating a typical community activity in a real-world setting. Behavior Analysis best generalizes when implemented in these naturalistic settings as opposed to the old school style of sitting at a table doing discrete trials. See if your learner qualifies for ABA services by Brett DiNovi & Associates by emailing linda@brettdassociates.com or carli@brettdassociates.com Brett DiNovi is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst & the founder & CEO of the largest award-winning behavioral consultation group of its kind on the East Coast of the United States which deploys over 550 consultants across 250 school districts/agencies throughout NJ, PA, CA, NY, DE, FL & worldwide through the use of remote video consultation. Check out our leadership & ABA webinars here https://brettdassociates.com/payment-ces/ Support Us & Advertise Here https://www.patreon.com/brettdinovi https://www.brettdassociates.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/brett-dinovi-bcba-8b12aa7/ https://twitter.com/Bdinovi https://www.facebook.com/brett.dinovi.9 https://www.instagram.com/brettdinovi/ https://www.ghostcodes.com/bdinovi #hackingbehavior #appliedbehavioranalysis #autism Brett has the unique and distinguished experience of studying the principles of applied behavior analysis under the rigorous scrutiny of both Dr. Julie S. Vargas (formerly Skinner) and Dr. E.A. Vargas at West Virginia University's internationally recognized program. For the past 27 years, Brett has used behavior analytic principles to create large-scale change across school districts, fortune 500 companies using principles of organizational behavior management (OBM), and across individual learners. Brett has been a OBM consultant in Morgantown WV, an instructor at West Virginia University, a guest lecturer at numerous universities, a speaker on multiple Comcast Newsmakers TV programs, an expert witness in due process hearings, has publications in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, and has been in in executive leadership positions across schools and residential programs nationwide. In addition to an award from South Jersey Biz Magazine for "Best Places to Work," & an award for "Best of Families" in Suburban Magazine, & and the distinguished "Top Ranked U.S. Executives" award, Brett's proudest accomplishment is being a role model and father for his daughter and two stepchildren (one of which has autism).

ABA Therapy: Daniel - Communication

ABA Therapy: Daniel - Communication

An ABA therapist works with and encourages Daniel to verbally ask for the things he needs to play a game.

What is ABA?

What is ABA?

Like Autism Live on Facebook at http://facebook.com/autismlive Dr. Adel Najdowski answers the question, "What is ABA?" This amazing science is being applied to Autism with great results, but what is it and where did it come from? Autism Live is a production of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), headquartered in Tarzana, California, and with offices throughout, the United States and around the globe. For more information on therapy for autism and other related disorders, visit the CARD website at http://centerforautism.com

ABA Sample Session (cards and chase)

ABA Sample Session (cards and chase)

Notice how Dr. Kelly remains calm and restates her direction when Paige leaves the table or looks for a reaction by grabbing at the tokens. Some learners may receive reinforcement or a token for every correct response. Paige is earning a token for several consecutive responses, as some of these questions are known items and are not new for Paige. Dr. Kelly provided the instruction to “sit down in your chair”, but then altered her instruction to “you can stand or sit, but you must stay at the table”. Choice was provided regarding sitting or standing; and providing choice really goes a long way. As they are completing the tasks, Dr. Kelly reminded Paige of what they are looking towards (playing chase). Because the preferred activity (chase) requires Dr. Kelly, it may be hypothesized that Paige enjoys and/or finds attention from Dr. Kelly to be reinforcing. Notice how Paige remains at the table, without being blocked in by the chair or Dr. Kelly. She is free to roam the room. However, Dr. Kelly’s attention and the tasks remain at the table, if Paige were to leave. Ultimately, if she ran from the table, instead of to the table, then we would need to adjust our approach (either increase the potency of the reinforcement —play chase sooner or decrease effort of the demands —ask fewer questions of Paige before playing chase). This is only one example of what an ABA session may look like. Please recognize that no two learners will learn, and no two instructors will teach, exactly the same way.

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