Challenging Behaviors Workshops

Addressing Challenging Behaviors: 1 Day Workshop
Addressing Challenging Behaviors Series
Transforming Challenging Behaviors in your School and Community

 


Addressing Challenging Behaviors: 1 Day Workshop

Non-compliance, aggression, and eloping can get in the way of everyday activities from going out into the community to learning in school.  Understanding how factors in our environment can increase or decrease challenging behaviors is important.

In this workshop, participants will learn:

  • How to determine the function of a behavior
  • To understand challenging behaviors in students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
  • Common motivations or functions of engaging in challenging behaviors
  • How to identify and teach replacement behaviors
  • Strategies to prevent and react to behaviors

Who should attend: Parents, providers, and educators of individuals with ASD of all grade levels

Content level:  Beginner to intermediate

Cost: $170

*This workshop is not currently scheduled. Sign up to receive emails about future UW Autism Center workshops.

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Addressing Challenging Behaviors Series

This workshop series will occur once per week for 2 weeks in a row.

In this workshop, participants will learn:

  • To understand challenging behaviors from a behavioral lens
  • Common motivations or functions of engaging in challenging behaviors
  • How a functional relationship develops
  • How to identify and teach appropriate behavior to replace challenging behaviors
  • Strategies intended to prevent challenging behaviors
  • Tips for what to do in the moment

Who should attend: Parents, providers, and educators of individuals with ASD of all grade levels

Content level:  Beginner to intermediate

Cost: $170 per person

*This workshop is not currently scheduled. Sign up to receive emails about future UW Autism Center workshops.

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Transforming Challenging Behaviors in your School and Community

Are challenging behaviors impacting your classroom?  Do you know why they are happening?  Do you know what to do about them?  Attend this 2-day workshop and learn to:

  • Effectively identify challenging behaviors and teach skills to replace them
  • Implement strategies to prevent challenging behaviors and tips for what to do “in the moment”
  • Use practical and manageable systems for collecting and analyzing data
  • Collaborate with teams to monitor behavior change plans, including fidelity of implementation

Participants will engage in case studies and activities to enhance learning.

Who should attend: Educators and providers of individuals with ASD of all grade levels

Content level: Intermediate

Cost:
$325 per person for both days
$305 per person for Early Registration

*This workshop is not currently scheduled. Sign up to receive emails about future UW Autism Center workshops.

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For more information, please contact us at 1.877.408.UWAC (8922) or uwautism@uw.edu

Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations received at least two business weeks prior to course start date are eligible to receive a full refund less a $20 administrative fee. Cancellations must be received in writing by e-mail, fax, or U.S. mail prior to the stated deadline. Cancellations received after the stated deadline will forfeit the full registration fee. Refunds will not be available for registrants who choose not to attend a class. UW Autism Center reserves the right to cancel a course due to low enrollment, inclement weather, or other circumstances that would make the course non-viable. If UW Autism Center cancels a course, registrants will be notified within 24 hours of the first class date and offered a full refund or the option to transfer registration to another course.
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