Webinar: Supercharging Our Autism Intervention Program with Precision Teaching

Friday, December 14, 2018

Want to supercharge your autism intervention program? Then hear from staff at Shining Through Centre, who will share how they implemented Precision Teaching to accelerate superior outcomes.

Supercharging Our Autism Intervention Program with Precision Teaching

**1 BACB Type 2 CEU is available for purchase. The webinar is about 1 hour long.

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Abstract: Starting in October 2016, Shining Through Centre decided to use Chartlytics Precision Teaching. Since then, their behavioral intervention programs have gained much value from transitioning to the Standard Celeration Chart and Chartlytics.

Clinical Director Shiri Bartman will discuss both the hiccups and growing pains of changing to the new data platform, plus the tremendous benefits. With the incredible support from the Chartlytics team, Shining Through was able to train all staff not only to use the system but to become more effective teachers and better analysts. Now, staff are all utilizing data more frequently in the decision making process and seeing more active and effective intervention from the front line staff. They are also talking much more precisely about behavior and program targets. Shifting to Chartlytics was exactly what Shining Through needed to take autism programming to the next level of integrity, quality, and efficiency.

**1 BACB Type 2 CEU is available for purchase. The webinar is about 1 hour long.

 

Shiri Bartman, BCBA, Clinical Director with Eva Lattanzio, Jaime Santana, & Leticia Toro | Shining Through Centre, Toronto

Shiri Bartman has a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Shiri has been working with children and young adults diagnosed with autism for 20 years in both the public and private sector providing direct service, clinical supervision, staff training, and consultation both in Canada and internationally. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Association for Behaviour Analysis in a variety of positions over the last ten years as Secretary as well as the chair of the annual ONTABA conference. Shiri is part time faculty at George Brown College and teaches a variety of courses in the Autism and Behavioral Science Program. Shiri is currently in the process of registering with the College of Psychologists as a Psychological Associate.