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  • This month’s Autism 200 series class, Autism 202–Best Practices in ASD Treatment: Applied Behavior Analysis Update, was led by Mendy Minjarez, PhD, and Elizabeth Hatzenbuhler, MS, BCBA. They provided an overview of the defining features of the science of applied behavior analysis (ABA), examples of how it can be applied and identify quality indicators that can be used to evaluate ABA programs. The class also highlighted some of the misconceptions and sources of confusion about ABA, including the origins of these issues as well as the response from the ABA field.

      

  • Learn how research is changing the fight against cancer. “We believe that the future of pediatric cancer is going to be immunotherapy, safer alternatives to chemotherapy and radiation that allow these kids to live their best lives.” - Dr. Courtney Crane #StrongAgainstCancer

      

  • Tweens, Teens, and Tech: The Impact on Kids' Developing Brains and Well-Being

      

  • Autism 201: The State of Autism in 2019

      

  • Faces of Research - Meet Dr. Dimitri Christakis

      

  • SCDelicious with Maddie

      

  • Autism 210: We Are All in This Together: Finding Common Ground Between Autistic and Parent Advocates – A Panel Discussion

      

  • SCDelicious wtih Dr. Suskind and Avi

      

  • Kira - Awake Craniotomy

      

  • Faces of Research - Meet Dr. Ghayda Mirzaa

      

  • Lucas Walks Toward His Bright Future

      

  • Welcome to Autism 209: Let’s Talk About AAC and Autism Spectrum Disorder, led by Jo Ristow, MS, CCC-SLP from PROVAIL, and Meg Pattee, MS, CCC-SLP from Seattle Children's.

Many children with autism spectrum disorder face challenges communicating. Luckily, communication is more than the words we speak. The goal of alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) is to provide alternatives to talking out loud or provide tools to verbal communication to help a child find the power of their voice. This presentation will focus on current trends in AAC technology as well as tools, goals and teaching techniques that are available for different types of communicators.

      

This month’s Autism 200 series class, Autism 202–Best Practices in ASD Treatment: Applied Behavior Analysis Update, was led by Mendy Minjarez, PhD, and Elizabeth Hatzenbuhler, MS, BCBA. They provided an overview of the defining features of the science of applied behavior analysis (ABA), examples of how it can be applied and identify quality indicators that can be used to evaluate ABA programs. The class also highlighted some of the misconceptions and sources of confusion about ABA, including the origins of these issues as well as the response from the ABA field.

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