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Seminars & Conferences

Seminars 

UK Young Autism Project seminars are conducted by our highly-trained consultants and senior tutors. Our seminars are presented in a workshop format, covering theoretical and practical training; this allows delegates to access comprehensive training in important aspects of behavioural treatment.

We are an approved ACE provider and therefore continuing education credits for BCBAs and BCaBAs can be gained at some of our events.

Seminars are conducted periodically; topics include:

  • Teaching Language and Communication skills
  • Establishing and Utilsing an Enriched Environment
  • School Shadowing Training
  • Training new Tutors on your Team
  • Generalisation of Skills 
  • Advanced Theory of ABA

Please contact us via our contact page if you would like more information about our seminars.

Conferences

In addition to organising our own seminars, we have been invited to speak at influential conferences and conventions both in the UK and abroad:

 

Date Venue Seminar Presenters
May 2010 ABA International Convention, San Antonio, Texas, USA Early Academic Interventions for Children with Autism Dean Smith
November 2009 5th National Conference, Autism Today, Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh Workshop: Strategies for teaching children functional skills for life Liz Shew
September 2009 ABA International Convention, Oslo, Norway Intensive Behavioural Intervention for Young Children with Autism Diane Hayward
July 2009 4th National Conference, Autism Today, Institute of Physics, London Workshop: Strategies for teaching children functional skills for life Sarah Fletcher
May 2009 ABA International Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, USA Assessment and Treatment of Vocal Stereotypy Sarah Fletcher
May 2008 ABA International Convention, Chicago, Illinos, USA Recent Advances in the Assessment and Treatment of Stereotypy Dean Smith
May 2005  ABA Conference, Chicago, Illinois, USA   Symposium: UKYAP Outcome Data and Other Research: Progress in Treatment and Development of Programme Interventions  Svein Eikeseth, Diane Hayward and Catherine Gale (as Catherine Merry).