\n“ABA is not a commodity, but a whole treatment process designed to address all aspects of a child’s life, ultimately improving the overall quality. Generalization should be viewed as an active process of ‘skills learning’ which also requires a systematic approach to teaching.”\n\n\n- Brenda Terzich-Garland, author and creator of The R.E.A.L. Model\n\n\n\n\nAre you a practicing Behavior Analyst or a professional who provides ABA treatment for children on the autism spectrum? Many barriers compete with the child’s ability to generalize concepts, skills and language taught during intervention and can vary as much as the disorder itself. Planned curriculums help to identify what to teach after an appropriate behavioral assessment, but they lack in guiding the practitioner to plan and teach for generalization systematically.\nSometimes we do not know what we are missing, simply because we have not been exposed to something. The R.E.A.L. Model is this exact reference. Please join us on January 20th 2021 at 11:00am PST for this free CEU webinar. Learn how to change your programming to be more efficient and create more flexibility and adaptivity across all of your students!\n\nHere is what will be covered in the 1 hour CEU webinar:\n\nParticipants will be introduced to the REAL Model, including how to plan systematically for generalization throughout ABA programs.\n\n\nLearn to describe how to teach for generalization by identifying critical stimuli and troubleshooting across multiple people\/trainers, environments, and across response classes (complex skills).\n\n\nTeach for generalization by identifying critical stimuli and troubleshooting skills controlled by their verbal community.\n\n\nGain access to some practical planning and data sheets to increase generalization across programs.\n\nRegister for your spot at the link below:\n\nhttps:\/\/attendee.gotowebinar.com\/register\/4445298434661764624\nPresented by Mari Ueda-Tao, MA,BCBA\nMari is the Chief Clinical Officer for Applied Behavior Consultants, Inc. (ABC) CA. Working in the field of ABA for almost 20 years with students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental delays, Mari has worked across ten different countries, spreading Behavior Analysis globally.