POSTPONED to 06/10/22: Building a Collaborative Interprofessional Team to Support Inclusive Decision Making for Teams who Support Those with ASD and Related Disorders
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Interprofessional Collaborative Practice in Autism Assessment and Intervention Series
Brought to you by ABAC in partnership with Rethink Behavioral Health
Building a Collaborative Interprofessional Team to Support Inclusive Decision Making
for Teams who Support Those with ASD and Related Disorders
Presented by: Dr. Julia H. Fiebig
Live: POSTPONED: Friday, June 10, 2022
Thursday, June 2, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time
The recording of all ABACLive events are accessible to those that register for the live event for 2-weeks.
Continuing education credit and professional development requirements must be met within that two-week window.
The recording will close on 6/24/22 at 11:59 pm eastern.
Interdisciplinary teams work cooperatively supporting the delivery of services to individuals, families, and caretakers. At times, differing perspectives make collaboration challenging which can negatively impact caregivers and client outcomes, especially when goals and/or interventions are not in alignment. Professionals require instruction in communication strategies that can help break down professional barriers to collaborate effectively while maintaining their own ethical and professional obligations. In this two-hour webinar, Dr. Julia Fiebig will provide instruction in the behavior that promotes effective communication and collaboration for prosocial behavior in a group, core design principles needed for equitable group functioning, inclusive decision making processes, and principles of theme centered communication. At the end of this event, members of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary teams will leave with information that will encourage more effective communication and collaboration and strategies to establish prosocial behavior across members of the group to improve the way the group functions
Behavioral health professionals working with those diagnosed with autism and related disabilities and their families, including SLPs, OTs, Behavior Analysts, Psychologists, Care Coordinators, Counselors, Nurses and other Medical Professionals.
We also welcome those for whom the topic is within their scope of practice, students and others who are also interested in the topic to join us. Note that continuing education credit may not be available for all professionals in the target audience. ABAC will provide a certificate of attendance for those who attend for professional development purposes.
After attending this event participants should be able to:
1) Identify prosocial principles of a group.
2) Identify tools and processes that pinpoint core values of a group
3) Identify processes for inclusive decision making
4) Identify behavior that support effective and inclusive communication
Julia Fiebig, Ph.D., BCBA-D, is an assistant teaching professor at Ball State University in the applied behavior analysis program. She is from Germany and resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. A practicing behavior analyst for over twenty years, she has a range of experience working as a consultant and educator with multi-disciplinary teams in clinical, educational, and other non-profit and private organizations. She has served on task forces for ABAI and ACBS and currently serves on the board of the Behavior Analysis for Sustainable Societies special interest group and ABAI’s Practice Board. Julia is one of the directors of Luethi-Peterson Camps, a non-profit volunteer organization facilitating international summer camps, to foster good human relations and healthy community by bringing staff and children from various backgrounds together. A primary emphasis of her work is helping leaders and organizations cultivate values-informed, consensus-building, prosocial practices and sustainable systems. She is dedicated to work on issues of environmental justice and contributing to wider application and dissemination of a compassionate behavior science.
Dr. Fiebig does not have any financial disclosures to make regarding books, materials, organizations mentioned in this talk. Dr. Fiebig receives speaker fees for presenting in this series.
THIS COURSE IS APPROVED FOR THE FOLLOWING CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT HOURS for LIVE and RECORDING
- 0.2 IACET CEUs (Who recognizes IACET Accreditation)
- 2 BACB CEUs (Learning)
- 2 APA Credit Hours for psychologists and non-psychologists* (Introductory)
- 2 NBCC Credit Hours (Practice Issues)
- 2 QABA LUs (Learning Units)
- Speech and Language Pathologists: This event has been reviewed by the ABAC Internal Continuing Education Committee SLP Content Expert and is recommended for SLPs.
- 0.2 IACET CEUs = 2 PDHs for SLPs
- 0.2 AOTA Credit Hours Course Approval ID# 04346 * (Includes Anticipated Quiz Time)
The Applied Behavior Analysis Center is an AOTA Approved Provider of professional development. Course approval ID# 04346. This distance learning-independent event is offered at 0.2 CEUs [Introductory Level | Professional Issues]. AOTA does not endorse specific course content, products, or clinical procedures.
*ASWB credit hours not offered for this Live Event. Some Social Workers may use APA credit hours for continuing education. Please check with your licensing board.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT REQUIREMENTS
- Attendance Verification and Passing Score on Post-test (80%) Required to Earn Continuing Education Credit
- Participants are provided multiple opportunities to pass the post-test and provide attendance verification.
- For ABAC's continuing education approvals statements please view our Continuing Education page.
If the abovementioned continuing education credit requirements are not met, participants will not receive continuing education credit. Partial credit will not be awarded. Refunds and transfers are not granted if requirements are not met. In the event additional support is necessary to achieve the expected outcomes (see below) please reach out to email@example.com to request assistance.
Attendees who meet the continuing education credit requirements must also fill out a confidential evaluation. Once the evaluation is complete, the certificate can be found in the "My Certificates" tab in an attendee's abacnj.com personal dashboard.
Post-test: Multiple choice questions| Total anticipated time to complete: Approximately 15 minutes (CE eligible for some professions) | Passing score: 80%
Attendance Verification: Attendance Code Submission Form | Total anticipated time to complete: 2 minutes
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT REQUIREMENTS
Certificate of attendance are offered to those who do not need or require continuing education credit. For those attending the live event, selecting "other" as a professional designation will produce a certificate of attendance for professional development or internal organization training purposes.
EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES
After attending this event, attendees will select the correct answer on 80% of the questions within 3 attempts of the post-test that assesses the 4 learning objectives for this 2-hour event.
12:00 pm: Introduction: Welcome, Requirements to earn continuing education, Presenter Bio
12:05 pm: Webinar begins
1:45 pm: Q&A opportunity
2:00 pm: CE requirements, evaluation, check out, certificate of completion
INCLUDED WITH THIS LIVE EVENT
- Opportunities to interact with the presenter during the Live Event.
- All ABACLive Events include a reference list which allows attendees to continue their research following the event.
- Presenters may provide their slides or an abridged version of their slides as a handout at their own discretion.
- Handouts and additional resources (if applicable) are available for download 24 hours prior to the Live Event start time.
- Two-week Post-Live Event Access Period: During this time, those that registered for the live event are able to view the recording, access handouts and other resources provided (if applicable) and complete continuing education requirements.