Parent Collaboration: A Review of Research Based Strategies for Supporting Families and Children with ASD (2 BACB Ethics CEUs)

Type: ceu by The Cedar Group


Within this webinar, participants will: (1) be introduced to structured observational assessment tools to evaluate, monitor, and quantify parenting quality, (2) learn about effective strategies for supporting family members in their role as interventionists, (3) review data collection systems appropriate for family members, (4) acquire information about the relevance of the aesthetics of behavioral arrangements and contextualized interventions, and (5) review important issues centered on cultural and economic sensitivity and effective collaboration.

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The Cedar Group

The Cedar Group is a knowledge management company that uses Clinical Decision Modeling, Clinical Intelligence Forms, and innovative webcasts to translate behavioral science research to clinical practice. Our services are designed for Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Licensed Psychologists, Licensed Social Workers, Speech and Language Pathologists, and Occupational Therapists.

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  • Course Outline

    The general consensus is that behaviorally based parent education programs designed for families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder are effective. However the zeal for parental engagement is of...

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    About the Presenters Michael J. Cameron Ph.D. BCBA-D is the Chief Scientific Officer for The Cedar Group (Eagle Rock California). He received his doctorate in experimental psychology at Northeastern U...