This presentation is a follow up to Part I which reviewed general objections to ABA and examined ways that ABA has been used in the past. Part II asserts that when we listen to the critics of ABA with openness and curiosity, there are several positive changes we can easily change in our practices. This presentation will examine the specific interventions to avoid, alter, and include to ensure we are respecting the rights and dignity of our clients and families.
Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
- Learns will identify 3 criticisms of ABA.
- Learners will identify unintended side-effects of some of the most common interventions.
- Learners will identify 2 interventions to avoid.
- Learners will identify 3-5 interventions to change or add.
Part II coming May 20th, 10 AM MST
Livestream will be provided via Microsoft Teams. A guest link will be emailed to all participants 1 week prior to the live event. Recorded stream will be available for Review by Monday, May 24th.
Is ABA Ethical Part II slides On Well Being - Current Research Trends And Future Directions NEA Code of Ethics Ethics-Code-for-Behavior-Analysts-2102010 NASW-Code of Ethics APA Code of Ethics Ethical Concerns with ABA for Autism Spectrum Disorder How much compliance is too much compliance Is long term ABA therapy abuse Kupferstein PtSD in Autistics