Topic outline

  • Course Overview

    Thank you for your interest in learning more about helping children with autism. Below, are video examples from various available courses. Enrolling in a course, is a two step process. First, you will need to create a login account with a valid email address. Second, you will be able to register/enroll in a course by making an online payment with a debit/credit card (or via paypal). After completing the course, you can print a certificate.
    • Teaching Language to Children with Autism

      Learn how to assess a child's language abilities, and how to design and implement an appropriate language intervention program. A major emphasis is placed on identifying methods to enhance and utilize motivational variables to teach language in both structured teaching sessions and in daily activities. Techniques for coordinating the ongoing decision making necessary for effective language intervention and methods of data collection and tracking are also presented 
    • Introduction To ABLLS-R

      (Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills)
      Learn to pinpoint obstacles that have been preventing a child from acquiring new skills and to develop a comprehensive language-based curriculum. Also, learn about the features of the ABLLS(r)-R,how to correctly score items, and how to develop Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals and objectives that clearly define and target the learning needs of a student.
    • Establishing ABA Programs for Children

      In this class, participants will gain an understanding of the different components that make up Applied Behavior Analysis. Each of the components are broken down and explained in a way that is easy for any instructor. Included in each module is are video examples that include children with autism. Viewers will learn not only the basics of ABA but also such skills as how to assess and understand behavior, how to bring mastered tasks into the natural environment and how to set up an ABA room. Included in the program are guided notes and copies of Maximum Potential's data collection documents.