27 03, 2022

Come cambia l’insegnamento delle abilità sociali durante il ciclo di vita

Di |2022-03-27T14:29:50+02:0027.03.2022|gruppi sociali news, Senza categoria|Commenti

Premessa di chi scrive  I risultati dell'attuale revisione della letteratura indicano che i gruppi sociali sono efficaci nel migliorare le competenze sociali di soggetti con disturbo dello spettro autistico (DSA). Vi presentiamo di seguito la sintesi dell’articolo pubblicato sa Moody e Laugeson in cui vengono riportati alcuni esempi dei programmi che si sono rivelati efficaci in relazione alla fase dello sviluppo dello studente. Buona lettura! Riferimenti articolo  Social Skills Training in Autism Spectrum Disorder Across the Lifespan Christine T. Moody, Elizabeth A. Laugeson DOI: 10.1016/j.chc.2019.11.001 Introduzione Recenti ricerche e matanalisi mostrano come i gruppi sociali costituiscano una pratica basata sull’evidenza ma gli interventi variano a seconda delle fasi di sviluppo. A seguire una revisione suddivisa per fasce d’età. Prima infanzia (0–6 anni) La maggior parte degli studi presenti in letteratura per questa fascia d’età (31 su 35) suggerisce che i gruppi sociali possono essere efficaci nello sviluppo di abilità sociali adeguate alla prima infanzia.  Gli studi che hanno mostrato prove di efficacia adottano principalmente una modalità di insegnamento in piccolo gruppo, ma presentano una certa variabilità nella frequenza e nell’intensità delle sessioni d’insegnamento. Diversi programmi si basano su sessioni con cadenza settimanale altri invece su programmi intensivi di settimane o mesi. Anche la durata delle sessioni di insegnamento mostra una certa variabilità variando dai 60 ai 90 minuti fino a programmi intensivi.  Le abilità oggetto di insegnamento in questa fascia d’età includono abilità legate al gioco (es. imitazione nel gioco, rispetto dei turni, invito al compagno di gioco, rispetto delle regole del gioco), abilità legate alla comunicazione espressiva e ricettiva (usare le buone maniere, dire grazie, prego ecc.), coinvolgimento o partecipazione sociale (contatto oculare, sorriso sociale ecc.). In generale, gli interventi dedicati a questa fascia d’età possono mirare a migliorare competenze nel linguaggio ricettivo ed espressivo, un dominio che è intrecciato ma

28 01, 2022

Workshop online Justin Leaf 11-12/03/2022 eng

Di |2022-03-14T11:23:14+01:0028.01.2022|Senza categoria|Commenti

Behavior Analytic Approaches to teaching social skills for individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder Two days online workshop online by: Justin B. Leaf, Ph.D., BCBA-D Co-Director of Research and Director of Training for Autism Partnership Foundation and Professor at Endicott College. Date: Friday 11/03 and Saturday 12/03 2022, from 3 to 9 PM CET. 12 learning CEU for BCBA e BCaBA certificated people. Please note that for administrative purposes, workshop attendance is reserved to members of the association Pane e Cioccolata, for this reason a €20 registration fee will be required. Please put in your cart the “Iscrizione associazione…” product and complete the order for both.

19 01, 2022

Studiamo insieme

Di |2022-01-20T10:03:49+01:0019.01.2022|gruppi sociali news, Senza categoria|Commenti

In questa sezione del sito troverete l'ultimo lunedì di ogni mese la sintesi in italiano di un articolo dedicato all'approfondimento dei gruppi sociali. Condividiamo con voi queste sintesi, frutto dei nostri studi, con l'obiettivo di contribuire attivamente alla diffusione di informazioni scientifiche, incoraggiare la lettura della letteratura pertinente e stimolare l'aggiornamento continuo delle nostre competenze professionali. Grazie e buona lettura! Alessia  

13 10, 2021

ABA on line training with Emily Kerwin, BCBA-D

Di |2022-02-03T10:03:56+01:0013.10.2021|Senza categoria|Commenti

It is an honor and a pleasure to host doctor Kerwin’s training on three of the most relevant issues in our daily work with special education students. Providing family support and behaviour analytic supervision together with expanding student’s preferences through conditioned reinforcement procedures can significantly influence the efficacy and effectiveness of behavior analytic interventions. The training is specially designed for BCBA and BCaBA certified behavior analysts and offers 3 CEU credits for each session (ethics, supervision and general) but is open to all involved in teaching pupils with autism and communication disorders. Dr. Kerwin began her career in behavior analysis working in home programs which utilized B.F. Skinner analysis of verbal behavior. Dr. Kerwin started working with the Carbone Clinic in 2003 as one of the original three instructors hired when the clinic opened its doors. During her time at the Carbone Clinic she worked as instructor, lead instructor, OutReach consultant, and most recently the organizations Chief Operating Officer where she undertook the task of establishing home-based ABA services through the Carbone Clinic in Massachusetts. In 2011 Dr. Kerwin earned a Doctorate in Applied Behavior Analysis from Simmons College in Boston, MA. She is also a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst and is licensed to practice behavior analysis in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of New York. Throughout her career Dr. Kerwin has helped author several peer reviewed journal articles, presented at regional and national conferences, and established effective programs for dozens of children, adolescents, and adults with autism and developmental disabilities. In 2019, Dr. Kerwin was awarded the Clinical Supervisor Award in Verbal Behavior by the Verbal Behavior Special Interest Group of the Association of Behavior Analysis International. Dr. Kerwin now serves as an adjunct professor at Regis College in Weston, MA where she teaches a course in Skinner’s analysis of

21 06, 2021

Corsi RBT

Di |2021-12-14T13:38:55+01:0021.06.2021|RBT attuale, Senza categoria, Supervisioni e formazione|Commenti

Corsi per Registered Behavior Technician® RBT FAD Dal 2020 abbiamo offerto la formazione introduttiva ABA basata sulla Tasklist RBT per piccoli gruppi di partecipanti, prima a distanza  e poi, necessariamente, online. La formazione, della durata complessiva di 40 ore, ha lo scopo di fornire i contenuti teorici necessari per chi dovrà applicare interventi basati sull’Analisi Comportamentale Applicata (ABA) sotto la costante supervisione di un analista del comportamento con certificazione BCBA o BCaBA. Il tecnico comportamentale RBT applica procedure individualizzate per l’aumento delle abilità adattive e diminuzione dei comporamenti problema, occupandosi di raccogliere dati e di assistere il supervisore BCBA in alcuni tipi di valutazione, come per esempio l’assessment delle preferenze. Il corso è basato sulla Task List del Registered Behavior Technician™ ed è stato stilato per soddisfare le caratteristiche del corso di 40 ore per il titolo di RBT. Il programma viene fornito indipendentemente dal BACB® ed è riservato ai soci di Pane e Cioccolata. F.A.Q sul corso RBT

1 06, 2020

2020 RBT FAD edizione 2

Di |2020-06-01T16:38:48+02:0001.06.2020|Senza categoria|Commenti

    Trovate di seguito i materiali relativi alla formazione RBT FAD seconda edizione 2020. Ogni lunedì sera verrà aggiornato con le slides, materiali ed eventuali letture integrative.   Federica Battaglia RBT PeC giugno 2020.pdf   Luca Urbinati Esercitazione grafico.pdf Lezione misurazione Urbinati.pdf   Luca Urbinati Single Item.pdf RBT PeC lez.3 Giugno.pdf Paired Choice.pdf Multiple Stimulus.pdf   Luca Urbinati RBT PeC lez.4 Giugno.pdf Presa dati autonomie.pdf   Valentina Bandini 2. QaBF ITA 2013 copia.pdf Comportamenti problema giorno copia studenti.pdf Quiz Assessment Funzionale STAMPARE copia.pdf   Valentina Bandini VB e condotta etica.pdf RBT-Ethics-Code-Italian_190522.pdf

17 01, 2020

2020 RBT

Di |2021-11-11T14:18:16+01:0017.01.2020|Senza categoria|Commenti

1- RBT ABA Intro CLO website.pdf 2017 Principles ABA RBT Book ch01.pdf Beatrice Mariani. sabato 8 febbraio QABF.pdf Lezione Beatrice Mariani - CP PEC.pdf ABC per comportamenti problema.pdf Luca Urbinati, sabato 15 febbraio 2020-RBT-PeC-lez3.pdf Luca Urbinati, sabato 22 febbraio Multiple Stimulus.pdf EBIC-italian.pdf Single Item.pdf Paired Choice.pdf Luca Urbinati, sabato 7 marzo RBT PeC lez.4.pdf Erika Leonetti, sabato 21 marzo LEZIONE V RBT PEC- selzione slide.pdf Erika Leonetti, sabato 28 marzo RBT-Ethics-Code_190227.pdf RBT PeC lez. 6 2020.pdf

17 11, 2019

Dec, 12-13 2020:Teaching Verbal Behavior and Other Functional Skills to Persons with Moderate to Severe Disabilities, Vincent J. Carbone, BCBA-D

Di |2022-02-03T10:06:19+01:0017.11.2019|Senza categoria|Commenti

English version   Dec, 12-13, 2020 "Teaching Verbal Behavior and Other Functional Skills to Persons with Moderate to Severe Disabilities: The Essential for Living Assessment and Curriculum" goes fully online    Dr. Vincent J. Carbone, is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctorate and New York State Licensed Behavior Analyst. He received his graduate training in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) at Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, under the supervision of W.Scott Wood. He currently serves as an adjunct faculty member at Penn State University in the U.S. and has taught courses in Behavior Analysis at the European Institute for the Study of Human Behavior (IESCUM), in Parma, Italy. He teaches a Verbal Behavior course periodically at the University of Salerno, Salerno, Italy. His behavior analytic research has been published in several peer-reviewed journals including the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, Behavior Modification, Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders and others. He has provided the requisite university training and supervision to hundreds of board certified behavior analysts in the U.S. and overseas. He is the 2017 recipient of the “Jack Michael Outstanding Contributions in Verbal Behavior Award” from The Association for Behavior Analysis International’s Verbal Behavior Special Interest Group. Currently, he serves as the director of the Carbone Clinics in New York, Boston, London, UK and Dubai, UAE. All clinics provide behavior analytic consultation, training and therapeutic services to persons with autism and developmental disabilities. Abstract Persons with autism and other developmental disabilities have benefited from treatment programs that emphasize the application of behavior analytic principles. Many of these programs are now informed by B.F. Skinner’s, (1957) analysis of verbal behavior. The purpose of this workshop is to provide an extension of this approach to the treatment of persons with moderate to severe disabilities.

10 01, 2018

WS Hanley 2018.

Di |2018-01-10T21:18:03+01:0010.01.2018|Senza categoria|Commenti

Practical Functional Assessment and Treatment of Severe Problem Behavior, Stereotipy, and Sleep Problems Five-Part Workshop Distributed over Three Days   Date: April 19, 20, 21, 2018 From 9.30 am to 5.30 pm   Location: Teatro del Baraccano, via Santo Stefano, Bologna 21 CEU credits for BCBA and BCaBA: 4 Ethics, 3 Supervision Fee: 350€, coffee breaks are included. Please note that for administrative purposes, workshop attendance is reserved to members of the association Pane e Cioccolata, for this reason a €20 registration fee will be required at the desk on the morning of the day.   Presenter: Gregory P. Hanley, Ph.D., BCBA-D Western New England University University of Massachusetts Medical School   Dr. Hanley has been applying the principles of learning to improve socially important behaviors of children and adults with and without disabilities for 25 years. He worked and trained at the Spurwink School, the Groden Center, and the Kennedy Krieger Institute, was degreed at the University of Florida, was tenured at the University of Kansas, and is currently a Professor of Psychology and Director of the Behavior Analysis Doctoral Program at Western New England University and an Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Hanley has published over 100 book chapters and articles in peer-reviewed journals in areas such as the assessment and prevention of problem behavior, teaching tactics for young children, and evidence-based values. Dr. Hanley is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Division 25), past Editor of Behavior Analysis in Practice (BAP), and a past Associate Editor of The Behavior Analyst, the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (JABA), and BAP, and current Editor of JABA.   Relevant website: http://practicalfunctionalassessment.com  

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