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3-Day intermediate PBS workshop for PBS practitioners (ADL)
June 12 @ 9:30 am - June 14 @ 4:30 pm$636.34 – $751.84
|For successful PBS to occur, practitioners need the skills to conduct a comprehensive functional behaviour assessment and develop data-based PBS plan with the primary goal of improving the quality of life of individuals who present with behaviours of concern.
A three-day Intermediate PBS workshop will be offered to PBS practitioners (team leaders/allied health) in June in Adelaide.
This training is focussed on people working in disability, and is relevant to many disability types such as autism (ASD), intellectual disability (ID) and acquired brain injury (ABI).
This workshop is aimed at practitioners working with clients with challenging behaviour / behaviours of concern, and who are seeking to increase their PBS understanding and application. It is expected that attendees will have a relevant client load, and will probably be supervisors and team leaders of support staff, or allied health practitioners such as occupational therapists, developmental educators and psychologists.
This workshop will take place each day for three successive days and offers 15 hours CPD.
It will include video-based case examples, interactive dialogue with both presenters, and active learning tasks
Dr. Alinka Fisher is a Developmental Educator with a background in PBS for individuals with ASD and acquired brain injury with complex behaviour support needs. Alinka completed her PhD in PBS, during which she developed and trialled the FAB-PBS program. Alinka coordinates and lectures in PBS within the Bachelor of Developmental Education, Flinders University. She is an active researcher in this field, and a regular presenter at conferences. Alinka is also the Chair of the PBS Community of Practice in SA and provides PBS consultation in the disability sector, including professional development workshops for staff and families.
Dr. Glenn Kelly is a Psychologist with 20 years of experience in supporting clients, families, and service providers affected by neurobehavioral disorders. He has extensive experience providing behaviour support to assist people to live successfully in their communities. His clinical work involves direct therapeutic approaches with clients, behaviour support interventions for families and support staff, and tertiary advice regarding service development. Glenn is active in research and a regular presenter at national and international workshops and conferences.
For Workshop content details see: PBS_PD_Flyer_2019