Positive practices in Behavioural Support Through Nonlinear Applied Behaviour Analysis
08/07/2019 @ 8:00 am - 11/07/2019 @ 5:00 pm| $700
Presented by: Gary W LaVigna, PhD, BCBA-D
Gary W. LaVigna, PhD, BCBA-D, is the co-founder of the Institute for Applied Behavior Analysis in Los Angeles, California. He spends much of his time consulting with organisations on establishing nonaversive, positive behaviour support plans for individuals exhibiting behaviours that challenge services and conducting training on the topic throughout the world. He is a dynamic and engaging speaker who is genuinely passionate about using positive practices in the field of applied behaviour analysis.
During his career, he has trained thousands of professionals in over a dozen countries. His considerable body of work consists of numerous articles, chapters, and his coauthored books – Alternatives to Punishment, Progress Without Punishment, The Periodic Service Review: A Total Quality Assurance System for Human Services and Education, and New Directions for Treatment of Aggressive Behavior in Persons with Mental and Developmental Disabilities.
This is a 4-day seminar series covering the following topics:
The IABA Multi-element Model
Comprehensive Functional Assessment
Person-Centred Positive Behavioural Support
Emergency Management and Reactive Strategies Within a Positive Practices Framework
Assuring Staff Consistency and the Provision of Quality Services
The Institute for Applied Behaviour Analysis
Co-founded in 1981 by Dr Gary W. LaVigna and Dr Thomas J Willis, IABA provides supported employment, supported living and supported educational services to individuals with complex and challenging behaviour in California. IABA is committed to providing the most advanced and highest possible quality services in support of people who have behaviours that challenge services.
Our goal is to assure the highest quality of life possible for the people we serve by enabling them to live regular lives in natural settings with full, positive and valued community presence and participation. In addition to the support services provided in the US, IABA has become an internationally recognised source for training and consultation in the areas of positive, evidence-based, person-centred, behavioural support, instructional strategies and total quality assurance systems.
This training is for all:
Early Intensive Interventionists
Special Education Teachers
BCBA’s and BCaBA’s
Cinical and Educational Psychologists
Group Home Personnel
Supported Employment Personnel
Supported Living Personnel
Parents and Family members
Any professional who provides educational or support services to individuals with complex needs.