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Care Expert Speaker Series

Spring 2020

"Doing what matters: Fierce Compassion and Committed Action in ABA."

Evelyn Gould, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LABA, Child and Adolescent OCD Institute (OCDI-JR) McLean Hospital, and Harvard Medical School

  • When: Tuesday February 4, 2020 from 5-6:30 p.m.
  • Where: Coburn Hall room 255 (UMass Lowell south campus), 850 Broadway Street, Lowell, MA 01854

This event is open to the public. BCBAs can earn 1 Type 2 (Learning) Supervision CE. There is a $15 fee for those earning CE credits. The event is free for all others. Please register for this event to ensure space, to register for CE credits (if that applies to you), and so we can notify you if there are any changes to this event:

Register for Doing what matters: Fierce Compassion and Committed Action in ABA

Please contact Rebecca Markovits by email: rebecca_markovits@uml.edu for more information.

Evelyn Gould is a Clinical Behavior Analyst and Research Associate at the Child and Adolescent OCD Institute (OCDI-Jr) at McLean Hospital, and Instructor at Harvard Medical School. She is also a clinical consultant for FirstSteps for Kids in Los Angeles, and the New England Center for OCD and Anxiety in Boston. Evelyn has extensive experience working with families of children with autism, OCD, and other learning and behavior challenges across settings. Evelyn is also actively involved in research and has published articles and book chapters on parent training, clinical assessment and treatment design, and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) for parents of children with ASD. She is passionate about the dissemination of evidence-based behavioral interventions, and passionate about promoting social justice and addressing issues of diversity and equity within Behavior Analysis. Evelyn is actively involved in a variety of Special Interest Groups and Task Forces within the ABAI and ACBS communities, and is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science and Editorial Board Member for Behavior Analysis in Practice.

Get directions to Coburn Hall with campus maps. A large parking lot is available on the corner of Wilder and Broadway (entrance on Wilder). This parking lot has a barrier which will be raised in time for the talk. Coburn Hall is a short walk from this parking lot.

This event is co-sponsored by the UMass Lowell Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Studies, the Interdisciplinary Minor in Disability Studies, and the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services.

"Transition from School to Adult Life - Using the IEP to Create Success."

Leslie Hughes, Massachusetts Advocates for Children

  • When: Wednesday May 6, 2020 from 6-7:30 p.m.
  • WhereCoburn Hall room 255, (UMass Lowell south campus), 850 Broadway Street, Lowell, MA 01854

This event is free and open to the public. Please register for this event to ensure space, and so we can notify you if there are any changes to this event:

ONLINE REGISTRATION COMING SOON.

Get directions to Coburn Hall with campus maps. There is a parking lot behind Coburn Hall but in case it's full there is a large parking lot on the corner of Wilder and Broadway (entrance on Wilder). This parking lot has a barrier which will be raised in time for the talk. Coburn Hall is a short walk from this parking lot.

This workshop will address the transition planning and services required for youth with disabilities ages 14-22. The training will focus on both the transition special education services which prepare youth for employment, independent living and further education and discuss mechanisms to plan for services students may require when they exit special education as well as transition to the adult human service system. Through the use of case examples, parents and professionals will learn strategies that may help students receive important transition services mandated by special education laws. Parents and professionals will also gain an understanding on Chapter 688, the federal law that helps plan for youth with disabilities after they leave.

This event is co-sponsored by the Mass. Department of Developmental Services, the UMass Lowell Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Studies, and the UMass Lowell Interdisciplinary Minor in Disability Studies.

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