Preparing the next generation of professionals working with people with disabilities through compelling professional development opportunities.

Social Sexuality Webinars 2016

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Webinars: Sexuality, Disability & Applied Behavior Analysis Practice
Webinar #1: Professional practices for client safety:
Jan.13, 2016, 10–11:45 a.m. PST
Webinar #2: Ethical management of sexualized behavior:
Feb 10, 2016, 10–11:45 a.m. PST
Register for both and earn 4 ETHICS CEUs and save $25!
Cost: $60/ea or $95 for both
Presenter: Britta Saltonstall, Ph.D.

Webinar #1: Professional practices for client safety
This webinar introduces the topic of ethical practice in situations involving social-sexual behavior of clients with special needs. Participants will discuss the ethics of touch and privacy for growing children and adolescents with special needs. A mini case study featuring a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder will be followed by recommendations for addressing the personal safety of all clients in our professional practice.

Webinar #2: Ethical management of sexualized behavior
This webinar focuses on the ethical analysis of a behavioral consultation case study involving masturbatory behavior of an early adolescent with a developmental disability. Participants will take part in guided discussion about the multitude of professional challenges that arise when managing behavior change in socially sensitive situations. Topics include functional behavioral assessment, culturally sensitive practice and parent-professional collaboration.

Registration for this webinar series is now CLOSED. We do plan to offer this webinar again in the spring. Please click here If you would like to be notified when the new training date is announced.

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Programming for Inclusion in Preschool:
Building Blocks for Teaching Young Children of all Abilities

Dates: March 21 and 22, 2016, 8:30 a.m.– 3:30 p.m.
Location: University of Washington, Haring Center, Room CD 107
Cost: $300
Group rate: Cost is $285 per person for two or more participants from one program.
Scholarships available. Please contact us for further information.
Star Credits and Clock Hours available
Presenter: Julie Ashmun, M.Ed. and Brittney Lee, M.Ed.
More information: See flyer for detailed description
To Register, log on to: https://redcap.iths.org/surveys/?s=WMPJ9W77N8

Please contact Julie Ashmun, PDU Director, at 206-221-4482 or pdutrain@uw.edu if you have any questions.