Professional Development

5 ABA Principles to Increase Communication for Individuals with Disabilities


Tuesday, May 12 2020
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM


Michelle Lewis

Phone: 800.632.0094



“What we sometimes see as a failure to behave properly is actually a failure to communicate properly.”

Have you ever wondered how to break through communication barriers when an individual has trouble expressing wants and needs? In this webinar, participants will gain 5 essential keys that can develop communication skills for many people with special needs. Examine the best sequence for developing a verbal behavior repertoire for people with disabilities.

In this webinar you will:

  • Examine Skinner’s outline for verbal behavior, including “listener skills”
  • Learn the basic applications of Functional Communication Training (FCT)
  • Identify ways to increase communication, even for non-verbal learners
  • Determine how Natural Environment Training (NET) can help all learners develop communication skills

Instructor: Sharon Noble, MA BCBA, Brandman University Instructor

Please note the above webinar time is in Pacific Time

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