Increasing Spontaneous Language ABA CEU
In this webinar, Kristin Fayad, MSEd, BCBA, LBA will review strategies and programmed interventions that target spontaneous language in learners.
- Learn an evidence based approach to increase spontaneous mands in the natural environment
- Increase tacts in an instructional environment that evidently increases language in the natural environment
- Gain organizational skills to present the target number of opportunities for a learner per session
Kristin Fayad, MSEd, BCBA, LBA is a New York State Licensed Behavior Analyst and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Rutgers University in New Jersey. During her undergraduate studies, she enrolled in a fieldwork experience at the Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center (DDDC), which is where she decided to further her education in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
She decided to pursue her Masters in Education at the Graduate School of Education (GSE) at Rutgers University in New Jersey while providing home-based ABA therapy to her own clients. She became a certified Special Education and Elementary Education Teacher in New Jersey.
Her goal is to help other professionals and parents to utilize these evidence-based practices in the natural environment with all learners. She is passionate about helping students to be successful at school, and being independent and successful learners at home as well.
Her main goal is to work with teachers and parents so that they utilize effective strategies to increase positive behavior in both neurotypical and neurodiverse clients.