FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS AND TREATMENT OF ELOPEMENT ACROSS TWO SCHOOL SETTINGS

1 Type II CEU

The elopement of a child with Asperger syndrome was assessed using functional analyses and was treated in two school settings (classroom and resource room). Functional analyses indicated that elopement was maintained by access to attention in the resource room and obtaining a preferred activity in the classroom. Attention- and tangible-based interventions were compared in an
alternating treatments design in both settings. Results validated the findings of the functional analyses. Implications for the assessment and treatment of elopement are discussed.

Praise for this course:

by Michelle kerska

Great!

It was a good article and I will be considering this while I program for a student of mine who has elopement issues. Thanks!

by Heather Baehr

by Michelle kerska

Great!

It was a good article and I will be considering this while I program for a student of mine who has elopement issues. Thanks!

by Heather Baehr
Anne Denning
Anne Denning
BCBA Instructor, ACE Provider

About the instructor

Anne Catherine Denning is a BCBA and an ACE (Approved Continuing Education) Provider with Consultants for Children, Inc. approved by the BACB.

Anne has a passion for improving the quality of providers in the Autism Intervention category and is a Behavior Analyst. She leads cases and supervises RBTs, BCaBAs and BCBAs and keeps her content material relevant and based on recent research.

What's included?

1 Quiz
1 Survey
1 Text
1 PDF
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