Using Functional Communication Training as an Intervention for Challenging Behavior in Individuals with Autism is proudly presented to you by Quality Services for the Autism Community. Thank you. We hope that you enjoy your course.
Using Functional Communication Training as an Intervention for Challenging Behavior in Individuals with Autism offers students 1 BACB Type 2 CEU upon successful completion of the course material.
Quality Services for the Autism Community (QSAC) was founded in 1978 by a group of parents confronting limited services for their children with autism. Today, QSAC offers programs and services to more than 2,000 children and adults with autism throughout New York City and Long Island.
QSAC’s mission is focused on supporting children and adults with autism, together with their families, in achieving greater independence, realizing their future potential, and contributing to their communities in a meaningful way by offering person-centered services. QSAC pursues this mission through direct services that provide a supportive and individualized setting for children and adults with autism to improve their communication, socialization, academic, and daily living skills.
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About the Lecturers:
Anya Silver, M.A., BCBA serves as the Clinicial Director for QSAC’s adult day habilitation programs. She has a master’s in Child Development from Tufts University and has been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst for the past six years. She has over 20 years of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and has spent many of those years helping to build a robust day habilitation program at QSAC.
Clare Penny, M.A., BCBA serves as the Assistant Clinical Director for QSAC’s adult day habilitation programs. Professionally, she has been working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder for the past seven years. She has her Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, with an emphasis in Autism, and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Her current research interests focus on structured work systems and the use of the AFLS assessment for curriculum building. Clare is beginning her PhD course work in Applied Behavior Analysis in January 2016.