Special Learning, Inc. Launches New Instructor Webcast Series to Offer Training to Educators on Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Techniques

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New webcast training series is designed to instruct new therapists and educators on how to implement effective teaching strategies for individuals with autism spectrum disorder.

Special Learning Inc., the leading global provider in special education technology applications and educational resources used in teaching children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is launching its newest product in innovative teaching webcasts. The Instructor Training Webcast Series provides easy to understand and up-to-date information on how to implement techniques used in applied behavioral analysis therapy (ABA) to teach individuals with autism. This monthly series is designed to deliver the key principles associated with ABA in an easily comprehensible way that will give all teachers, teaching aides and new behavioral therapists a thorough understanding of the strategies of ABA and how to execute successful programming within any setting.

Special Learning aims to provide skilled training and resources that promote the best possible education and therapy for individuals with ASD. The Instructor Training Webcast Series is a resource that offers training and information on the application of ABA principles and techniques. It fills in the knowledge gaps and allows dedicated teachers, aides, behavioral therapists, and other interested caregivers to learn how to deliver the programming necessary to achieve the best outcomes for individuals with ASD.

The Instructor Training Webcast Series simplifies the process of ABA and provides easy to follow guidelines on how instructors can apply its model to teaching individuals with ASD. Through detailed discussions, video demonstrations, and life exercises, participants will learn ways in which they can adapt their teaching styles to best suit the individualized needs of the individuals they are serving. Instructors will come away with a solid understanding of how to use ABA effectively in any teaching curriculum.

On August 29th, Special Learning will broadcast four live webcast trainings on fundamental ABA principles: Pairing reinforcement with learning; Increasing desired behaviors; Decreasing difficult behaviors; and Errorless teaching and prompting.

This course gives an overview of the concept of pairing reinforcement with instruction. Participants will learn how to identify successful ways to pair themselves and fun together to make learning an enjoyable experience for any child.

This course provides training on implementing the errorless teaching strategy. Through detailed discussion and video demonstrations, participants will learn how various prompting strategies and prompt fading procedures can increase independent skills.

This course provides information on different ways to use positive reinforcement to increase desired behaviors. Participants will learn how to identify ways to teach new skills and the most effective ways of reinforcing different individuals.

This course provides training on strategies and techniques used to manage and decrease problem behaviors. Participants will learn various schedules of reinforcement that can reduce these types of behaviors, as well as how to create replacement skills for challenging behaviors.

For additional information on Special Learning’s Webcast Series please email contact@special-learning.com

To view other Special Learning products and resources and to obtain additional information about how Special Learning provides educational materials and support to the autism community visit https://special-learning.com.

About Special Learning, Inc.
Special Learning is the leading global provider of autism and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) solutions, designing mobile applications and educational resources based on clinical evidence-based research to ensure that every person diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder is capable of attaining an abundant and fulfilling life. Through its comprehensive web portal, Special Learning provides the global autism community with a range of ABA training and educational products, web-based and downloadable tools, and professional services to empower parents, teachers and providers so that they can help individuals with autism move up the skills spectrum intuitively, successfully and affordably.

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Being an RBT for me was extremely fun because where were you going to find a place where you can be completely silly without having to worry what people thought about you? This was the only job that made me feel like I could make a dramatic difference while being myself.

I also liked to be surrounded by people that had the same goals of wanting to help kids and the teamwork made the job much easier and more enjoyable.

Change and progress was the ultimate goal for our kiddos. The early intervention program was seriously only a miracle because I saw changes in the kiddos that from day one, you wouldn’t even recognize who they were.

Changes from being able to utter 3-4 words where they can only make a syllable from when they started, the behavior decreases in which kiddo that used to engage in 30-40 0 self-harm to only half, learning how to wait during games, table work where they use to swipe and drop to the floor if they had to.

My favorite was when the parents would tell us what amazing progress they were making at home. I used to tear up and felt for these parents so much because it was already difficult for them and now, they can trust and rely on ABA and the therapists knowing their goal was ours.

By Emma Rogers, BA, RBT

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