This training approaches curriculum development and goal setting from the perspective that each individual has needs that are specific to his or her local environment. Understanding that current (and future environment) is key to developing a comprehensive program for a client and that understanding includes knowing specifically what an environment requires for independent (or as independent as possible) functioning.
Participants will learn about the ecological inventory process and how to develop ecological inventories to guide planning. Depending on participants’ past history, this may provide new and novel information or, for more experienced BCBA’s, help them understand ways they may be able to improve their practice to maximize programming for their clients and improve the focus on those skills that will increase the probability of the clients increasing independence.
1.5 BCBA CEUs
1.5 NASW CEUs (LSW, LMSW & LCSW)