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‘Assessing and Treatment of Stereotypic Behavior’ presentation at UHCL on Jan 18

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The University of Houston Clear Lake’s (UHCL’s) Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities Speakers Series will feature Chris Roath, B.S. on January 18. Roath will speak about assessing and treating stereotypic behavior. The presentation will be from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ad will include a free lunch for those who RSVP before January 4.

The presentation will take place in the Lecture Hall 1100 of the Student Services Building. University of Houston Clear Lake is located at 2700 Bay Area Blvd.

The ‘Assessing and Treatment of Stereotypic Behavior’ session will go over what stereotypy is, why it happens, and common treatment options that are used to decrease it. The presentation will also provide information on assessments that can be done by teachers, parents, and caregivers.

Upcoming sessions include:

  • February 15: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Using the Picture Exchange Communication System
  • March 22: Rockin’ Around the Clock: Getting into the Swing of Daily Routines
  • April 5: Using Token Economies Successfully at Home and School

The free session includes a complimentary lunch provided by JSC Federal Credit Union, the sponsor, for those who RSVP by January 4. Other sponsors include Hegwood & Associates, P.C., JSC Federal Credit Union, Spectrum of Hope/BASIS, InKids, and Susie Bean Gives!

For professionals who choose to attend the session, CEUs are available.

To RSVP, email autismcenter@uhcl.edu.

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