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Adolescence, Aspergers, and High-Functioning Autism

A Parent & Professional Workshop

Description: Adolescence is a time of transitions and change.  Anyone who has a child or student with Aspergers or High-Functioning Autism knows that transitions are when problems are most likely to emerge.  Adolescence is one of the biggest transitions in a person's life.  This workshop focuses on issues surrounding adolescence for children with Aspergers or High-Functioning Autism.  The goal is to help those who care for children with AS or HFA to be better prepared for some of the challenges that come with adolescence.  Some topics included are:

  • increased complexity of Social and pragmatic language demands

  • changes in sleep that occur with the onset of puberty

  • the tension between comfort and autonomy

  • development of greater age-appropriate skills of daily living

  • increased likelihood of clinically significant Anxiety or Depression

Continental Breakfast and Chick-Fil-A Lunch are provided.

About the Presenter:  
Dr. Robert Montgomery has over two decades of  experience working with diverse populations across a range of  settings. He is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst as well as traditional licensed clinical psychologist.  Dr. Montgomery has served on the Board of Directors of the Association for Science in Autism Treatment, the original American Psychological Association Task Force on Empirically Validated Treatments, on the Alabama Behavior Analysis Peer Review Committee, and as Chair of the Clinical Behavior Analysis Interest Group of the Association for Behavior Analysis.  He has published in a variety of professional journals on such applied topics as compliance training, medication effects on developing brains, reduction of aggression, and overcorrection. He has conducted FBAs and developed behavior plans for children and adolescents in homes, public & private schools, residential facilities, psychiatric hospitals, and a variety of other settings over the past twenty years.  He has also taught clinical and behavioral courses at Argosy, Auburn, and Georgia State Universities. Dr. Montgomery is currently licensed as a psychologist in Georgia and registered as an Approved Continuing Education coordinator for the Behavior Analysis Certification Board.

When:  Friday - April 24th 2009  from 9am to 4pm

Where:  Reinforcement Unlimited, LLC Clinic in Woodstock, Georgia


Register Online - or use this form for registration by Fax or Mail:

Early Registration - $145 - Received Prior to 4/9/09:

Regular Registration - $165 - Received on or after 4/9/09:

Continuing Education Certificates:    Type II CEs for BACB - ($10 additional fee)

For Questions or to Register:  Contact Us

Location:    Reinforcement Unlimited, LLC
                   107 Weatherstone Drive - Suite 530
                   Woodstock, GA 30188
                   (770) 591-9552

Reinforcement Unlimited, LLC's General Policies for Seminars, Workshops, and Conferences is available for review.  All participants by registering agree to adhere to these policies.

 

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