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Special Learning, Inc. Announces the Release of its First Bilingual Autism Training Webcast, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Overview, in Spanish

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CHICAGO, Illinois – Aug. 28, 2015 — Special Learning, Inc., the leading global provider of comprehensive Autism solutions and educational resources for the Autism community, announced the release of its first Bilingual training webcast, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Overview, subtitled in Spanish.

Special Learning’s bilingual initiative demonstrates its commitment to the global community by actively working towards the removal of language barriers experienced by the non-English speaking community, both in the under-served communities of the U.S. and Spanish-speaking countries around the globe.

ABA Overview, the first webcast in the Spanish language training series, introduces Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) intervention strategies and methods. ABA is the only evidence-based and highly effective intervention method for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. According to a groundbreaking study conducted by Ole Ivar Lovaas, considered by many to be the grandfather of ABA, using ABA results in “over 90% of children substantially improving” (Lovaas, O. I. (1987).

Although there are an estimated 70 million people living with Autism across the globe, less than 10% have access to this life-changing intervention. Special Learning’s mission is to bring quality ABA intervention to the world through technology-based training and education, virtual ABA consulting, and a suite of curriculum and teaching tools that, when used together, provide a comprehensive solution to this global challenge.

Since the launch of its highly popular ABA Online Training Course in July 2014, Special Learning has helped educators, parents, and ABA providers residing in over 60 different countries. Delivered using its proprietary web-based learning platform, Special Learning’s course can be accessed 24/7 by anyone in the world through a strong Internet connection using computers, tablets, and smartphone devices.

For more information about Special Learning, visit https://special-learning.com. For more information about the ABA Overview Webcast with Spanish Subtitles (Una vista global de ABA – ABA Overview Webcast – w/ Spanish Subtitles), visit http://store.special-learning.com/products/product-211.


About Special Learning

Special Learning is the leading global provider of Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) solutions with the mission of bringing quality ABA intervention to the world. Special Learning utilizes unique methodologies that include rigorous training, virtual services, and an educational suite comprised of curriculum and teaching materials to enable unfettered global access to quality ABA programming.

Special Learning seeks to empower parents, teachers, providers, and others who provide care to individuals with Autism by giving them the tools to help these individuals move up the skills spectrum intuitively, successfully, and affordably. Follow Special Learning on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/speciallearning, and Twitter, https://twitter.com/speciallearning.

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