Intervention for Restricted and Repetitive Behaviors in Autism (2021-2022 Tri-State Autism Webinar Series)
Audience: Advocates, Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Autism, Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education
Join us for a webinar with a live Q&A to follow.
Presented by Kathleen Quill, BCBA-D
While social and communication challenges define autism, the presence of restricted and repetitive behaviors interests remain the least understood characteristic of the disorder. The purpose of this workshop is to help professionals to assess the underlying reasons why specific ritualistic behavior exist and then develop a treatment plan to reduce the frequency or intensity of the behaviors. Case studies are central to the discussion. The information is for professionals who have a solid understanding of autism spectrum disorder, and a basic understanding of how to use applied behavior analysis to plan intervention.
After attending this webinar participants will:
- Define lower order and higher order repetitive and restricted behaviors in ASD
- Identify evidence-based treatments for lower- order repetitive and restricted behavior in ASD
- Identify evidence-based treatments for higher- order repetitive and restricted behavior in ASD
- List 5 additional steps to include in a functional analysis of repetitive and restricted behavior in ASD
About the Presenter
Dr. Kathleen Quill is a practicing Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D), developmental psycholinguist, and autism advocate. She is also licensed as a special education administrator and teacher. Kathy teaches in the Autism-ABA graduate program at Endicott College in MA; and provides consultation and training to caregivers and school districts in the US and Canada through her private practice. She co-authored two international bestselling texts: Teaching children with autism (Delmar Pub., 1995); and DO- WATCH-LISTEN-SAY: Social and communication intervention for children with autism (Brookes Pub. 2000; 2nd ed, 2017); has written on-line webinars & modules; and was the Subject Matter Expert for the AutismPro online curriculum system (2004). Her current project is a book about Intervention for Repetitive & Restricted Behaviors in Autism. Kathy is on the editorial board for Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (JADD) and Focus on Autism; on the Board of Directors for AAPC Publishing Company; and is a member of the Panel of Professional Advisors for the Autism Society of America.
Contact InformationCDE Autism Team
After watching this recorded webinar a certificate for 1 hour is available. Complete a brief survey and short knowledge check. A certificate will be generated if a passing score of 75% is achieved.