17/3(Thu) Hong Kong 2011 Conference on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

本文由 Ming 在 2011-03-05 發表於 "融合教育討論區" 討論區

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    Scientific ways to effectively improve socially significant behavior in people with Autism and other special needs!

    Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the science to improve socially significant behavior using systematic application of experimental procedures on individuals. ABA has shown to effectively changing the lives of individuals with Autism and other special needs.

    Aiming to publicize the recent development of ABA to the local public, Hong Kong 2011 Conference on Applied Behaviour Analysis will be held on March 17, Thursday, from 9am to 5pm, in Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, Wanchai. This first international conference will attract education policy makers, school administrators, teachers, parents and other parties who are interested in the science.

    The topic of the conference will be 'The Development of Behaviour Analysis in Hong Kong and Chinese Societies'. The first keynote speaker, Dr. Bill Heward from the United States, has an international impact on improving the education of individuals with disabilities by teacher training. He will talk about how to use science to improve the education of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

    Another keynote speaker, Dr. Neil Martin, who is the international representative of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). He served over 20 years as a behavior analyst, pioneered in developing university courses in ABA and taught many students who practice the science. Dr. Martin will cover the topic on behavior analyst certification.

    In addition, local ABA experts such as Dr. Jeremy Greenberg and Nhu DeBastiani will share the practical application of ABA in Hong Kong. All the presentations will be in English with written translation in Chinese.

    This event is jointly organized by Hong Kong Social Workers' Association (HKSWA), Caritas Youth and Community Service, Special Education for Exceptional Kids (SEEK), and Hong Kong Association for Behavior Analysis (HKABA, which recently founded in March 2010. Visit http://hkaba.org/). It is sponsored by Y. F. Hui Social Work Trust Fund and supported by Behaviour Analyst Certification Board (BACB).

    For more information about the conference, check out the following website:

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    For further enquiries, please contact Mr. Chu Fung (Caritas Youth and Community Service) at 2843-4687, e-mail:
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    #2 大同學習村第四代村長, 2011-03-06