Workshop: Managing Challenging Behavior at Home – ABA You Can Live With

Hawkswood School Oct 30 Workshop banner - Managing Challenging Behavior at Home

Please join us on October 30th for a workshop for parents on managing behavior away from school.

WHERE: Hawkswood School, 270 Industrial Way West, Eatontown, NJ, 07724
WHEN: October 30, 2015, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

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For the student with challenging behavior, ensuring that his or her behavior away from school — and especially in the home environment — is managed effectively is crucial to his or her overall behavioral development and growth. Parents and caregivers can be active partners in behavior management and learning, and often need support on the way.

In this lunch-and-learn workshop opportunity, parents will learn the basics of behavior management, how children learn, how to identify the function of behavior, how specific behaviors may be prevented, how to teach alternative appropriate (desirable) behaviors, and how to effectively rearrange consequences and provide reinforcement. This parents’ and caregivers’ session will provide direct and effective strategies they can use themselves to manage their child’s behaviors at home and in the community. Focused question and answer groups with presenters will be provided.

Attendees at the workshop will learn how to:

  • Identify possible reasons challenging behaviors occur
  • Identify the relationship between adult responses and child outcomes
  • Analyze the ABC’s of a child’s behavior
  • Structure the home environment for behavioral success

WORKSHOP PRESENTERS:

  • MaryAnn Korth, MA, CCC-SLP
  • Janet Renda, MS, teacher, behavior specialist
  • Crystal Ellis, OTP
  • Michilina Scala, PT, DPT, PCS, c/NDT

TO REGISTER: go to https://hawkswoodfall2015.eventbrite.com/
OR CALL EMMA SIMMONS: 732-542-2525 X 3000, OR EMAIL: info@hkwood.net.

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