Join us January 25 for the first Project ACCESS Winter Conference, featuring “The Autism Helper” Sasha Long (BCBA, M.A.).
- Date: Friday, January 25, 2019
- Check-in: 8-8:30 a.m.
- Event: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., with an “on your own” lunch break
- Location: Darr Agricultural Center
- Admission fees vary
- No cost to attend:
- $20 to attend: Missouri State University faculty, staff students and alumni
- $99 to attend: All other school staff members, healthcare providers and interested members of the community
Join us for an informative presentation from a nationally known presenter and experience the opportunity to collaborate with fellow educators, family and community members who support individuals who experience autism.
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About the presentation: “Reducing problem behavior using function-based interventions”
Learn how to use function-based interventions to efficiently and effectively reduce problem behaviors.
Begin by identifying target behaviors and determine the reason behind these maladaptive responses.
Use this information to select an appropriate and effective intervention. We will discuss a multitude of interventions for each type of behavior.
About the presenter
Sasha Long, BCBA, M.A., is the founder and president of The Autism Helper, Inc. She is a board-certified behavior analyst and certified special education teacher.
After 10 years of teaching in a self-contained special education classroom, Sasha now works full time as a consultant, writer, and behavior analyst.
Sasha manages and writes The Autism Helper Blog, as a way to share easy to use and ready to implement strategies and ideas.
Sasha also travels internationally as a speaker and consultant providing individualized training and feedback to parents, educators, therapists and administrators in the world of autism.
She is currently an adjunct professor in the school of Applied Behavior Analysis at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Sasha received her undergraduate degree in Special Education from Miami University and has a master’s degree in applied behavior analysis from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.