January 13, 2017 –
Although a diagnosis of autism is not based on problem behaviors like meltdowns, self-injury, or aggression – one or more of these types of behaviors will likely require attention at some point in a person diagnosed with autism. Behavioral intervention is an essential part of addressing these problem behaviors. When you are able to identify the factors attributing to the behavior, you will see better outcomes. During the presentation, we will discuss highly individualized and practical assessment processes which leads to fast, safe, and effective outcomes. We will also discuss treatments that parents have tested and seen success with.