Participants will utilize a Coro-Claw, utility knife, ruler, scissors and a paper cutter along with double-sided permanent foam mounting tape, corner guard and VHB tape to fabricate the following items: a pocket Eileen, a QR code scanner holder, a hands free document holder, a book holder, a laptop holder, a multi use spring clip and resting shelf, stoppers, a UMount, tracks, and multi use feet.
Friday, January 8th and Friday, April 8th pm-pm per family Join the Briar Bush staff for a fun night complete with dinner, animals shows, and senses-themed interactive stations, all at your own pace!
Note: You will need a computer with internet access to view the presentation.
With knowledge, support and love, a person with mild autism can live fulfilling life.
Assistive Technology can be reused, repurposed and recycled.
Located at the beautiful University of Louisville Shelby Campus 9901 Shelbyville Rd, Louisville, KY 40223 Sponsored by “Adaptive Community Support Services” 12.5 BACB Approved CEUs at no additional charge (Featuring 3 Ethics CEU’s)!
Information and Registration: Morning Keynote: Rick Radar, MD Lessons From the Guinea Pig Club: Behavioral Reconstruction of Deconstructed Combat Pilots Robert K. D., BCBA-D, LBA Avoiding the Landmines: Treating Problem Behavior without Violating the New Professional and Ethical Compliance Code 3 BACB Ethics CEU’s Afternoon Robert Pennington, Ph. Either Way It’s Your Parents’ Fault 1.5 BACB CEU’s Erick M. D., LBA, BCBA-D It’s Not What You Look at that Matters, It’s What You See 2 BACB CEU’s Afternoon Matthew P. D., BCBA-D Breeding Ground: Pseudoscience, Voodoo Science, and Junk Science in Autism Research and Treatment 1.5 BACB CEU’s Expert Panel Discussion ABA in Practice: Navigating Funding Streams, Politics, and other Headaches 1.5 BACB CEU’s Information and registration can be found here: Sponsor Page: Like our Facebook page to stay up to date on all things KYABA: We look forward to seeing you in the beautiful Bluegrass State in November!