Effective Behavior Management Strategies for Kids with Autism (and All Othe...

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Presented by: Melisa Genaux, M.Ed.

Hosted by: UF Health/Jacksonville CARD - UF Health FDLRS-MDC

Training Description:

In this practical presentation for teachers, administrators, related service providers, para-educators, parents, and other caregivers, Ms. Genaux will provide strategies designed to:

  • Prevent behavior escalation.
  • Increase compliance with directions.
  • Increase other desired behaviors (e.g. on-task, work completion, in-seat, good transitions).
  • Create simple and effective consequences for misbehavior.
  • Increase effectiveness of reinforcement systems.
  • Decrease severe misbehaviors such as meltdowns and physical aggression.

Many practical methods for behavior change will be discussed that may be adapted to any grade level and implemented immediatley in the classroom. These strategies can be used with all students in both general education and special education settings.

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Participants will be able to identify:

  • The process by which behavior escalates and two strategies for preventing escalation.
  • Four components for making positive reinforcement strategies more effective.

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