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Jo Lucyshyn

Positive Behaviour Support at Home with Families of Children with ASD &
Related Disabilities
Joseph M. Lucyshyn, Ph.D., Assistant Prof., Faculty of Education, UBC
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Families with children on the autism spectrum face many challenges in everyday family situations. Often families become increasingly socially isolated because their child's behaviours make it very difficult to function positively in the home, let alone venture in the community. This workshop will introduce participants to a positive behaviour support (PBS) approach to supporting families of children with autism and related disabilities who engage in problem behaviour in the home and community. A collaborative, family-centred approach to conducting functional assessments and designing positive behaviour support plans will be described and illustrated.


Date: January 12 & 13, 2007
Workshop Location: Vancouver
Harbour Centre Campus, SFU - 515 West Hastings Street
Hotel Information: Delta Vancouver Suites - 1.888.663.8811   http://www.deltahotels.com/act/ajj
You must request ACT's Corporate Rate when registering

YWCA Hotel - 1.800.663.1424 www.ywcahotel.com
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Empire Landmark Hotel - 1.888.830.6144 www.empirelandmarkhotel.com
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Date: April 20 & 21, 2007
Workshop Location: Terrace
Best Western Terrace Inn - 4553 Greig Avenue
Hotel Information: Best Western Terrace Inn
1.800.488.1898
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