Level 1 ABA Training will be 12 hours in length, over 2 days, and will focus on:
The principles of ABA:
Recognizing the family has a central role in the child’s early life, and understanding the family’s values, culture, priorities, concerns, and resources as they relate to their child, and
Recognizing the importance of Embedded Coaching/routine-based interventions/activity-based interventions, which focus on a family’s routines and ways to systematically implement strategies in a family’s natural everyday routines while using parental feedback.
Instructional Methods include: PowerPoint, videos, discussion and group activities.
The Workshop is geared towards professionals working with an early childhood (Early Intervention / CPSE) population, and prepares individuals to sit for the Nassau/Suffolk County Tier 1 Exam.
Date to be Announced
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
* Workshop begins promptly at 9:00 a.m.
Make checks payable to: Center for Infant and Toddler Development
Call: (516) 385-8044 for more information and to REGISTER
*Attendees will receive a refund of up to $150 upon delivery of 100 sessions of ABA (that are provided through CITD), $75 of which will be refunded after the first 50 sessions.
39 E. Jericho Turnpike
Mineola, NY 11051
Megan Kearney, M.S. Ed. - Megan received her Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood/Childhood Education and Student’s with Disabilities from SUNY Cortland/SUNY Old Westbury. She graduated with a Master’s Degree from the CASE program at C.W. Post/Long Island University and continued on to receive an Advanced Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis. She will be taking her board exam to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2016. Megan has worked in a variety of settings including: public school, private homes, center-based programs and adult rehabilitation. She has over 8 years of experience working in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis providing direct service to individuals with autism, family training, supervision and on-going training to special educators and support staff.
This workshop is appropriate for prospective providers who:
Have not received formal ABA training
Have not taken or who have not passed the Nassau/Suffolk County Tier 1 Exam
Who may need additional training to successfully implement ABA methodologies during treatment sessions