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July 31 – August 3, 2017
The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel
State College, Pennsylvania

Conference Archive 2011

Video Recording and Handouts of selected session of Autism Conference 2011 are available below.

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Video Recording

  • Session #1, Let Me Hear Your Voice: Autism, Politics & Law
    08/01/2011, 8:55 AM
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  • Session #2, Autism Research Update 2011
    08/01/2011, 10:25 AM
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  • Session #3, Recent Research on Social Deficits in Asperger Syndrome
    08/01/2011, 12:55 PM
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  • Session #5, Applied Behavior Analysis Research in Autism
    08/01/2011, 12:55 PM
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  • Session #10, Transition Issues for Families
    08/01/2011, 12:55 PM
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  • Session #15, The Efficacy of Augumentative and Alternative Communication: Toward Evidence Based Practice
    08/02/2011, 8:55 AM
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  • Session #25, Introduction to Relational Frame Theory
    08/02/2011, 1:10 PM
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  • Session #31, The Essential 8-An Assessment and Curriculum of Functional Skills for Children and Adults with Limit
    08/02/2011, 1:10 PM
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  • Session #34, Bully Blockers
    08/03/2011, 8:55 AM
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  • Session #36, Can We Eliminate Problem Behavior Without Extinguishing It
    08/03/2011, 8:55 AM
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  • Session #40, Adapted Physical Education
    08/03/2011, 8:55 AM
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  • Session #45, Super Heroes
    08/03/2011, 1:10 PM
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  • Session #50, Assessment & Treatment of Feeding Disorders in Autism
    08/03/2011, 1:10 PM
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  • Session #52, Ethics & Professional Behavior
    08/03/2011, 1:10 PM
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  • Session #58, Making Group Instruction More Effective for Students with Autism
    08/04/2011, 8:55 AM
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  • Session #89, Closing Keynote: Let’s Keep Our Eyes On The Prize
    08/04/2011, 3:40 PM
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Handouts (PDFs) for the 2011 conference will be provided below the respective session as the handouts become available.

#1 Opening Keynote: Let Me Hear YOUR Voice: Autism, Politics, and Law
Lorri Unumb

#2 Autism Research Update
Alice Kau

#3 Recent Research on Social Deficits in Asperger Syndrome
Ami Klin

#4 Effective Instruction: The Difference Between Mediocrity and Excellence
Edward Schaefer

#5 Applied Behavior Analysis Research in Autism
Vince Carbone

#6 Joint Attention Intervention for Children with Autism
Emily Jones

#7 Evidence-Based Speech Production Training for Children with Autism
Tamara Kasper

#8 Parent Advocacy Session
Lorri Unumb

#9 Applying Research to Improve Daily Practice: Individually and Organizationally
Patricia Wright

#10 Transition Issues for Families
Lynda Geller

#11 Introduction to the Behavior Analyst Certification Board
Jerry Shook

#12 and 23 Setting the Stage for Social Success
Cindy Schneider

#13 and 24 Analyzing and Removing Barriers that Impede Language Acquisition
Mark Sundberg

#14 and 25 Introduction to Relational Frame Theory
Ian Stewart

#15 and 26 The Efficacy of Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Toward Evidence-Based Practice
Ralf Schlosser

#16 and 27 What are the Active Ingredients of Effective Programs for Toddlers with ASD?
Amy Wetherby

#17 and 28 Bureau of Autism Services Updates
Nina Wall-Cote and Lindsay Lawer

#18 and 29 Unraveling the Mysteries of Motor Planning
Susan Thompson

#19 and 30 National Standards Project: Evidence-Based Practice and Autism — Canceled
Hanna Rue

#20 and 31 The Essential 8: An Assessment and Curriculum of Functional Skills for Children and Adults with Limited Skill Repertoires
Patrick McGreevy

#21 Autism Basics
Liz Maher

#22 Language Essential for Teachers of Reading and Spelling-Module 1 Workshop
Laura Moran, Dan Thompson, Pam Kastner

#32 Effective Assessment
Katie Staub

#33 Poster Session

#34 Bully Blockers
Bill Jenson

#35 and 46 Naming Theory
Caio Miguel

#36 and 47 Can We Eliminate Problem Behavior Without Extinguishing It?
Brian Iwata

#37 and 48 Extending Functional Communication through Relational Framing
Ruth Anne Rehfeldt

#38 and 49 Canceled

#39 and 50 Assessment and Treatment of Feeding Disorders in Autism
William Sharp

#40 Adapted Physical Education
Garth Tymeson

#41 and 52 Ethics and Professional Behavior
Jon Bailey

#42 and 53 Transition Issues and Autism
Rosemary Nilles

#43 and 54 Legal Issues for Students with Autism
Perry Zirkel

#44 Instruction Basics
Amiris DiPuglia

#45 Super Heroes
Bill Jenson

#51 How CLM Engineers ‘Discovery Learning’ Opportunities for Learners and Instructors
Vicci Tucci and Team

#55 Behavior Management
Linda Franchok

#56 BACB Update and Professional Issues in Pennsylvania
Jerry Shook

#57 Educational Interventions for Students with Asperger’s
Mary Jane Weiss

#58 Making Group Instruction More Effective for Students with Autism
William Heward

#59 A Behavioral Analysis of Conversation
David Palmer

#60 Pivotal Response Treatment for Young Children with Autism
Daniel Openden

#61 Behavioral Interventions for the Family
Jose Martinez-Diaz

#62 Evaluating Autism Treatments: Science and Pseudoscience
Henry Schlinger, Jr.

#63 ABA Interventions to Include Students with ASD in Schools — Canceled
Joel Hundert

#64 Estate Planning
George Shadie

#65 and 77 Social Skills
Katie Ulrich and Team

#66 and 78 Magnifying the Impact: Bridging the Gap from Research to Practice
Rachel Kittenbrink and Team

#67 and 79 Autistic Spectrum Disorders College Coach and Getting Ready for College
Brenda Eaton and Team

#68 and 80 Facilitated Recess: Authentic Social Skills Instruction
Erin Miner and Team

#69 and 81 Preparing ASD Teens for Peer and Courtship Relationships – The Basics
Lawrence Sutton

#70 and 82 Competent Learner Model: A Framework for Inclusion
Robyn Wozniak and Anne Van Zelst

#71 and 83 Supporting a Consistent Model of Autism Support Across All Grade Levels: ABA Staff and Support
Amy Foor and Jaime Baker

#72 and 84 Serving Students with Autism: A Model that Makes Sense
Carl Manfredi and Margaret Likasewski

#73 and 85 Using the Challenge and Competition to Capture Teacher MO to Improve the Integrity of Instruction
Dona Alvino

#74 and 86 Effectively and Compassionately Integrating Individuals with Autism/ID Safely into the Community: A Cross-Systems Approach
Amy Nemirow and Team

#75 and 87 GYMBOP: An Innovative Program of Physical Education
Lynn Norlander and Eric Emmons

#76 and 88 Using Puppetry to Promote Autism Awareness: Acceptance Comes From Knowledge
Kimberly Bennett

#89 Let’s Keep Our Eyes on the Prize
William Heward

#90 and 91 Teaching Students with ASD How to Have Healthy and Safe Relationships with Peers, including Girlfriends and Boyfriends
Nancy Nowell