Oakland University Center for Autism Outreach

Pawley Hall, Room 425C
456 Pioneer Dr.
Rochester, MI 48309-4482
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(248) 370-2424

A room of parents, seated, attentively looking forward.

Parent/Caregiver Programs

Potty Training Seminar: Using an ABA Approach for Success
Presented by Board Certified Behavior Analyst Mark Zellefrow, this seminar is for parents and caregivers of children with autism.  The seminar will include a broad overview of ABA strategies and how to apply those strategies to potty training as well as specific ideas to help overcome the challenges of potty training a child with autism.

Date: Wednesday, October 26
Time: 5 - 7 pm 
Location: Virtual
Instructed by: Mark Zellefrow, BCBA
Cost: $25 per person Register Online
Limited Scholarships Available

Behavior Junction: What's Your Function?
All behaviors have a function, but teasing out what that is can be tricky. In this webinar we will explore the four functions of behavior, tools for figuring out what function a behavior serves, and selecting appropriate replacement behaviors. Once we understand the "why" behind the behavior, we are better equipped to select appropriate interventions and desirable replacement behaviors while decreasing challenging behaviors we seek to eliminate.

Date: Wednesday, November 2
Time: 2 - 4 pm 
Location: Virtual
Instructed By: Mark Zellefrow, BCBA
Cost: $25 per person Register Online
Limited Scholarships Available

Everyday ABA Training for Parents of Younger Children (2-8 years)
Presented by Dr. Jessica Korneder, PhD, BCBC-D, LBA, Associate Professor and Director of the OU ABA Clinic, this presentation will help parents and caregivers learn to use ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) techniques at home to develop your child’s skills and reduce challenging behaviors.

Date:  Saturday, November 5
Time: 9 am - 3 pm 
Location: Pawley Hall, Oakland University Campus
Instructed by: Dr. Jessica Korneder, PhD, BCBC-D, LBA
Cost: $25 per person Register Online
Limited Scholarships Available

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