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A Trip to Disney World: How to, What to, and When to
Robert Montgomery, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Director
Reinforcement Unlimited, Woodstock, GA
A trip to Walt Disney World can be a Dream come true or a nightmare for any family, and often planning is what makes the difference between the two experiences.  When you are travelling with a person with an Autism Spectrum disorder planning is even more crucial.  This presentation will review WDW’s policies regarding people with disabilities, what is required, what is possible, and how to approach the process.  The presenter is an annual pass holder, frequent WDW visitor and a psychologist who has written letters to qualify families for accommodations at WDW.
Session Objectives:

• Participants will gain an appreciation for the nature of planning a very large trip to a new and very stimulating environment
• Participants will gain a beginning understanding of the resources readily available to them in putting such a trip together
• Participants will learn how to propose accommodations to the venue and how to specifically access those offered by WDW

Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT)
Robert Montgomery, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Director
Reinforcement Unlimited, Woodstock, GA
Tics are often a co-occurring issue for people on the Autism Spectrum.  They can impair the persons ability to engage socially and in more intense presentations can even cause injury and pose safety risks to the person.  Behavior Therapy is the only non-drug intervention for tic disorders with empirical support.  Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics represents the state-of-the-art in non-drug interventions for Tic disorders.  Participants will learn the basic elements of CBIT and how to access more detailed treatment information.
Session Objectives:

• Participants will gain an appreciation for the nature of Tics and options for their treatment
• Participants will gain a beginning understanding of the principles of the CBIT approach to treating Tics
• Participants will learn how to access qualified therapists and obtain more detailed information on CBIT

 

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