Resources & Research
Committed to Continuing Education
A hallmark of our history at the Groden Center is our commitment to remaining at the forefront of research into autism and behavioral disorders. We offer our staff members opportunities throughout the year to build their knowledge through professional symposiums to ensure they can build their knowledge and deliver compassionate care for our clients and their family members. We regularly schedule symposiums to present new research, treatments, and unique discoveries that enable us to help our clients live empowered, independent, satisfying lives.
Registration is now open!
Our 8th Annual Symposium on Autism will be held on Thursday, April 13, 2023 at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston, RI.
Speakers & Topics include:
- "Suicidality in persons with ASD" (1.5 credits) Jack Scott, PhD, BCBA-D, FAU Center for Autism and Related Disabilities
- "Systems to promote the identification of meaningful skill acquisition goals for learners with ASD and ID" (1.5 credits) Peter Gerhardt, EdD, EPIC School, and Shanna Bahry, PhD, BCBA-D, Meaningful HOPE & Endicott College
- "Working with Students with ASD Who Have Co-Occurring Mental Health Challenges " (1.5 credits) Cathy Pratt, PhD, BCBA-D, Indiana Resource Center for Autism
- "Preventing Problem Behavior: Antecedent Strategies for Addressing Challenging Behaviors" (1.0 credit) Chelsi Brosh, PhD, BCBA, Central Reach
For registration and complete event details visit our Events page.
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