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Behavioral Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis Part 6: Generalization and Maintenance by Krista Kennedy, MS, LLP, BCBA is the sixth of a planned seven-part series providing Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis to direct care workers. Part 6 defines generalization and maintenance and explores various strategies that assist in promoting generalization and maintenance. It will take approximately an hour to complete this course.
- Credit Hours: MCBAP-R (0.0) MCBAP-S (0.0) Mi-CEC (0.0)
What is Generalization in Applied Behavior Analysis?
The subject matter experts provide the building blocks for understanding the generalizing of behavior across the setting, time, and people. Participants should gain a working understanding of generalization as a pillar in Applied Behavior Analysis.
What role does Maintenance play in this framework?
Like generalization, the maintenance of client behavior is an important part of ABA therapy. This course will help the participants define maintenance in this framework and how to communicate it to their clients.
How do we, as direct care workers, promote Generalization and Maintenance with our clients?
This course covers evidence-based, best practices for implementing generalization and maintenance within your practice. The subject matter experts will provide examples and potential pitfalls in using these tactics.
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- Define generalization
- Define maintenance
- Describe strategies that help to promote generalization and maintenance