Friday, April 28, 2023; 12:00-1:00 pm EST
Parents will learn strategies they can use now to promote positive behavior at home and in the community.
If you weren’t able to attend or if you want to re-watch the presentation, you can view it now.
This webinar is part of our Innovations in Autism Webinar Series for parents and professionals. View additional webinar topics here.
Brielle Spangenberg, MA, BCBA is a Clinical Coordinator at Alpine’s Center for Autism. She obtained her master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis at Rowan University. Over the course of her career, she has supported learners from ages 12 months through high school, across a range of settings (e.g., in-home ABA programs, private ABA clinics, inclusion placements, elementary and high school ABA-based settings, and in specific community settings).
Jaime Stine, MS, BCBA is a board certified behavior analyst and certified teacher of students with disabilities. She has been working with learners with autism since 2003. She is the coauthor of several articles and book chapters about observational learning and increasing independence during self-care routines, and has presented on these and other topics at both national and international conferences.
If you missed the other webinars in the series, recordings are available now on our video library.