The series will focus on providing education to families of children with autism, intellectual disabilities and other challenging behaviors, according to Alfred Tuminello, director of the McNeese Autism Program.
- Why Does My Child Do That? Understanding Challenging Behavior - Oct. 2
- Discipline and Developmental Disabilities - Nov. 6
- Potty Training, Token Systems and Behavior Charts - Dec. 4
The workshop is co-sponsored with the campus chapter of the Student Association for Methods in Behavior Analysis.
For more information or to register, contact the McNeese Autism Program at 337-562-4246 or go online at www.mcneese.edu/autism.
Persons requesting accommodations in accordance with ADA should contact the Office of Equal Opportunity at least 72 hours before the event. Additional information is available from the Office of the ADA Coordinator , Smith Hall, Room 127, VOICE (337) 475-5428; FAX (337) 475-5960; TDD/TTY; Hearing Impaired (337) 562-4227; or firstname.lastname@example.org.