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The Applied Science of Behaviour Analysis. 04.05.2012 Dr. Jacqueline J. Schenk School of Pedagogical Sciences Erasmus University Rotterdam The Netherlands. Outline. Central Issues covered today: The Science of (Applied) Behaviour Analysis

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the applied science of behaviour analysis

The AppliedScience of Behaviour Analysis

04.05.2012

Dr. Jacqueline J. Schenk

School of Pedagogical Sciences

Erasmus University Rotterdam

The Netherlands

outline
Outline

Central Issues covered today:

  • The Science of (Applied) Behaviour Analysis
  • ABA status in the Netherlands compared to other European countries
  • STAMPPP project
  • Simple Steps: ABA and Autism
  • Today’s presentations
the science of aba
The Science of ABA
  • DTT (Discrete Trial Training)
  • PRT (Pivotal Response Treatment)
  • Sonrise
  • Verbal Behavioural Intervention
  • TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and Handicapped Children)
  • CGT (Cognitive gedragstherapy)
  • Sensomotoric integration
  • PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System)
  • And more…
  • (Neidt & Schenk, Wetenschappelijk Tijdschrift voor Autisme, June 2012)
slide4

The Status of ABA in NL

  • Hardworking professionals and parents of children with autism, but…
  • Eclectic use of early behavioural ABA-based interventions
  • Lack of professional academic training and ABA consultancy opportunities
  • Lack of funding despite the conclusion by Ministry of health (Gezondheidsraad, 2009) about its effectiveness and need for evidence-based practice
slide6

The STAMPPP Project

  • Innovative multimedia programme called Simple Steps
  • First developed in N. Ireland by PEAT (Parents' Education as Autism Therapists ) and behaviour analysts from the University of Ulster
  • Parental testimonies, animations, demonstrations, and textural material to teach ABA principles
    • Maximises learning opportunities for children with autism
    • Enables parents to become proficient in delivering home programs for their children
    • Facilitates the coordination of child learning opportunities at home and school
  • Original project: example of excellence by the EC (best practice in Inclusion)
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The STAMPPP Project

  • Leonardo (part of the European Commission's
  • Lifelong Learning Programme) funded the original
  • project
    • updating the original Simple Steps
    • German, Norwegian, Spanish
  • And also funded the current project
    • Swedisch, Icelandic, Italian, and Dutch
today s presentations
Today’s presentations

9.30-9.40: Welcome and Introduction. Dr. Jacqueline J. Schenk, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

9.40-10.00: Bringing ABA to the community: Lessons from Ireland. Dr. Mickey Keenan, BCBA-D, University of Ulster, N-Ireland

10.00-10.20: Behaviour Analysis and Certification in Europe: Developments and Opportunities. Dr. Neil Martin, BCBA-D, ANTAM, UK

10.20-10.40: Simple Steps: A Multimedia Program for Children with Autism. Dr. Stephen Gallagher, BCBA-D, University of Ulster, N-Ireland

10.40-11.00:  Coffee & Tea

11.00-11.20: ABA, Autism and Higher Education: Curricula Content and Instructional Methods. Dr. Lise Roll-Pettersson BCBA-D, Stockholm University, Sweden

11.20-11.40: ABA in Italy: the MIPIA Italian Model of Intensive and Early Interventions for Autism. Prof. Paolo Moderato, Institute G.P. Fabris, IULM University, Milan, Italy

11.40-12.30: General Discussion and Q&A