ABA - What is it and who can benefit from it?
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), often thought of as a therapy solely for children with autism, has benefits and applications for many other types of developmental disabilities.
Hosted by The Arc of New Jersey Family Institute, this webinar will discuss what ABA is, who can benefit from it, and give real life examples of some simple ABA techniques caregivers can use at home. A short Q&A will follow the webinar presentation (no legal advice will be given).
Presented by: Anthony V. DiCesare, BCBA, Esq., Behavioral Consultant and Director of Corporate Relations, Brett DiNovi & Associates, LLC. Anthony has the unique experience of being both an experienced Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and licensed attorney. He has over 15 years of clinical experience as a behavioral consultant utilizing the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to conduct assessments of individuals with disabilities in the home, school and community settings, as well as training parents and teachers on the implementation of behavior intervention plans. Anthony has authored and co-authored several research publications in the area of ABA. He is also an adjunct faculty at Holy Family University the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Prior to joining Brett DiNovi & Associates LLC, his law practice focused on special education law.
Presented on August 5, 2015