No More Meltdowns Book study/training
Sep 20, 2021 11:00 AM
Oct 18, 2021 11:00 AM
|Where||Zoom - Registration for the event required|
|Contact Name||Michelle Bush|
|Contact Phone||(502) 852-2467|
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This is a FREE Virtual event but you must register online on this site in order to receive the session links and participate. Registrants must purchase the book!
Register here: bit.ly/KATCREGISTRATION
KATC has purchased a limited number of books for individuals who are unable to afford the book. Please contact Michelle Bush at (502) 852-2467 or Michelle.email@example.com if you have financial barriers preventing you from purchasing the book.
You must purchase the book for the training. The book can be purchased from sellers such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc.
Reading by the following dates: Please read No More Meltdowns by Jed Baker
Meeting time each session: Mondays at 11:30 AM EST or 6:30 PM EST.
Session 1: September 20, 2021: Chapters 1 & 2
Session 2: September 27, 2021 Chapters 3 & 4
Session 3: October 4,2021 Chapters 5 & 6
Session 4: October 11, 2021 Chapters 7 & 8
Session 5: October 18, 2021 Chapters 9, 10, 11
- Participants will create a behavior plan appropriate to their setting.
- Participants will use Evidenced Based Practices to reduce meltdowns for their target child.
- Participants will learn to take ABC data and then use that data to identify triggers for their child.
ECE TRIS 11 hours available
Foster parent credit hours - 11 hours available
Meet the trainer!
Field Training Coordinator - Kimberly Howard, M.Ed.
Kimberly Howard graduated from Morehead State University with an undergraduate degree in Moderate to Severe Disabilities (P-12) and Master's Degree in Educational Counseling with a Rank 1 in Learning and Behavior Disorders (P – 12). For the past several years Kimberly has been a Field Training Coordinator for Kentucky Autism Training Center. Prior to working at Kentucky Autism Training Center Kimberly taught in a highly structured classroom in Fleming county Kentucky for students diagnosed with autism and for children that needed autism like supports. Prior to teaching in the highly structured classroom Kimberly was a special education teacher for several years teaching at the elementary, middle and high school levels in Menifee, Rowan and Fleming Counties. In her current role at KATC, Kimberly provides direct training and technical assistance to education staff, social and community personnel, counselors, job coaches and families.