Course Overview

These training materials were created for the Autism Center of Excellence at Western Michigan University. This course has been designed to communicate an additional tool for assessing those clients with severe disabilities. This course focuses on those clients that have severe responses to outside stimulus, be it noise, lights, or other environmental factors. This course is presented by Dr. DeLeon to assist in the continued changing of behavior using proper assessment and treatment planning. 

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  • Credit Hours: MCBAP-R (0.0) MCBAP-S (0.0) Mi-CEC (0.0)
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Topics Covered

Stimulus Preference Assessment Procedures

This course provides the participants with information regarding Stimulus Preference and assessing clients with Autism. This course provides information on the specific techniques for assessing stimulus preference with clients in order to determine what outside factors may increase the likelihood of problem behavior. 

Reinforcer Assessment and the RAISD

Participants of this course will develop an understanding of reinforcer assessment with their clients. In order to help these participants, an additional resource has been made available referred to the RAISD. 

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