Master of Professional Education in Educational Psychology and Inclusive/Special Education - Applied Behavior (ABA)


Faculty of Education, Western University

Full-time Online (one course per semester for two years)

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Apply by March 1for September 2013

Contact: for Graduate Program information, phone: 519-661-2099 or email: graded@uwo.ca.

Education & Service Rounds


In collaboration the UWO Autism Centre of Excellence, the Developmental Disabilities Division - Western, and the Autism Spectrum Disorder clinic at CPRI.

 

Wednesday, February 27, 2013 - 4:00 pm

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Couple Therapy for Adults with Asperger Syndrome: Empirical Findings & Questions

 

Presenters:

Dale Munro, MSW, RSW, FAAIDD, Therapist, The Redpath Centre

 

Location

Child & Parent Resource Institute (CPRI), 3rd Floor Conference Room, Crombie Building, 600 Sanatorium Road, London, Ontario

 

Please RSVP to Judy McLarty at judy.mclarty@lhsc.on.ca

 

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Understanding and Addressing Sleep Problems and Compliance of Children


Sponsored by: Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI) and the Autism Centre of Excellence (ACE)

 

Presenters:

Dr. Gregory Hanley, PhD, BCBA-D

March 21, 2013, 9:00am - 4:00pm

 

Addressing non-compliance and sleep problems of children can be challenging, and when left unaddressed, both can lead to or worsen other behaviour problems such as stereotype, self-injury and aggression while also making learning in school difficult.

Learning Objectives:

- Attendees will understand the factors that worsen and improve children's ability to achieve age-appropriate amounts of sleep as well as strategies for addressing common sleep problems

- Attendees will understand evidence-based strategies for addressing daytime non-compliance

- Attendees will understand how family members and support staff can work as a team to promote healthy sleep and reasonable levels of daytime compliance of children in their care

Dr. Gregory Hanley, PhD, BCBA-D is currently an Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of the Behavior Analysis Doctoral Program at Western New England College. Dr. Hanley is a past Associate Editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, The Behavior Analyst, and Behavior Analysis in Practice. In 2000, he was awarded the Edward Malagodi Award for Excellence in Research in Behavior Analysis and the Pioneer Faculty Award for the Outstanding Graduate Student in Psychology from the University of Florida.

 

Location:

Child & Parent Resource Institute (CPRI), Zarfas Hall, 600 Sanatorium Road, London, Ontario

8:30am - Registration and Light Breakfast (Lunch not provided)

 

Early Bird Registration Fee: $95.00
After March 7th: $105.00
Group Fee (2 or more): $85.00
Student Fee: $50.00

 

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Functional Behavior Assessments: How accurate are your results?


Sponsored by: Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI) and the Autism Centre of Excellence (ACE)

 

Presenters:

Louise LaRose, BCBA-D, PhD, CPsych

Patty Petersen, BCBA, M.ADS

Christine Leschied, M.ADS

June 12, 2013, 9:00am - 4:00pm

 

Based on Applied Behavior Analysis, this workshop is intended for those already using a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) protocol with both clinical and typical populations, and have some familiarity and experience with its different components. We will focus on common pitfalls of FBA practice and ways to improve the assessment so that more accurate data is gathered to direct intervention. This workshop is relevant for those working in schools, group homes, and clinical settings and with all ages.

 

Dr. Louise LaRose, Patty Petersen, BCBA, M.ADS, and Christina Leschied, M.ADS are members of CPRI’s ASD2 Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic. The ASD2 Clinic is a province wide service for children and youth across the ASD spectrum who present with high levels of challenging behaviour in all settings, including home, school and the community. The program targets children and youth who have not demonstrated significant behavioural improvements despite services provided in their local communities and who continue to be at risk.

 

Location:

Child & Parent Resource Institute (CPRI), Zarfas Hall, 600 Sanatorium Road, London, Ontario

8:30am - Registration and Light Breakfast (Lunch not provided)

 

Early Bird Registration Fee: $55.00
After March 7th: $65.00
Group Fee (2 or more): $45.00
Student Fee: $25.00

 

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