Have you heard ABA touted as the gold standard for autism treatment? Are you equipped with the facts to challenge the industry’s narrative confidently? Can you articulate to a doctor, school, or agency why ABA might not be the best approach for autism?
Join us on March 21st when Julie Roberts, M.S., CCC-SLP will present an enlightening 2 hour session that challenges conventional views and dives into the multifaceted world of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA). In this two-hour session, we’ll delve into ABA’s controversial history, assess the industry’s ethics both past and present, and share insights from autistic individuals who have experienced ABA.
Historical Review: Uncover the surprising history of ABA and its evolution over time.
Ethical Inquiry: Examine the ethical implications associated with past and current ABA practices.
Autistic Voices: Hear firsthand accounts from autistic individuals who have experienced ABA.
Fact Over Fiction: Delve deep into understanding whether ABA truly stands as the “gold standard” for autism treatment.
Key Discussion Points
1. Debunking the myth: Is ABA the unquestionable “gold standard” for autism treatment?
2. The compatibility of ABA and neurodiversity affirmation.
3. A look at modern ABA: Is it truly an improved version?
4. A deep dive into the mental well-being outcomes stemming from ABA.
Step into informed advocacy. Join Therapist Neurodiversity Collective for this transformative course and leave empowered!
☑ Attendees will receive an exclusive eBook detailing ABA research citations arranged by topic, along with a synopsis of each study. This is the evidence-based tool will serve as an invaluable resource when you are presented with “It’s the Gold Standard for Autism” debate!
☑A comprehensive slide handout
☑ Course handout for reference
☑ Certificate of Attendance for 2 hours of professional development