This 40-hour course is designed to help students learn evidence-based interventions to help individuals with autism navigate their life as an adolescent and/or young adult. Specific topics covered in this course include: teaching social skills, teaching self- management, identifying jobs that align with the client’s motivation/interests, and coaching clients to perform essential job duties. Other aspects of applied behavior analysis concepts and principles (e.g., shaping, chaining procedures), and their application to clinical practice and research are also covered in this course.
Objective 1: Students will understand and learn key concepts and principles of applied behavior analysis.
Objective 2: Students will learn about evidence-based interventions to help clients socialize, self- manage, and initiate (e.g., asking for help).
Objective 3: Lastly, students will learn how to help clients navigate the job sector.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Adolescent and Adult Support Badge : Required Courses