The Oakland University Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Autism Clinic is a nonprofit, center-based clinic located in 250 Pawley Hall that is dedicated to the treatment and research of ASD using ABA methodology.
Make a difference in the life of a preschooler through the application of ABA principles in a center-based clinic. At the same time, earn University credits and get paid.
- Undergraduate and graduate student opportunities
- SE 4930: satisfies psychology major behavioral health category requirement (4 credits)
- Winter, fall and summer semesters available
- 10 hours per week in the clinic
- Two-hour seminar on Monday nights, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
- Assigned to a preschool student diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Trained as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)
Evidence-Based ABA Treatments
Practicum students will implement evidence-based treatments, including:
- Functional Communication Training
- Discrete Trial Training
- Toilet Training
- Social Skills Interventions
- Incidental Teaching
- Pivotal Response Treatment
- Activity Schedules
Practicum students will help children with autism meet developmental milestones, such as:
- Reduce problem behavior
- Increase play skills
- Increase social skills
- Increase classroom readiness skills
- Increase preschool level academics
For additional information or to learn more about the Oakland University ABA Autism Clinic, contact Jessica Korneder, ABA Clinic Director at (248) 370-3080 or firstname.lastname@example.org.