Early Intervention: Routines, Problem Solving, and Assessments, Oh My!
Behavior Analysts know the importance of early intervention and strive to support children ages 0-3 who may not be achieving certain milestones. This interactive webinar will include milestones separated by daily routines, discuss ways in which the clinician can work to ensure progress is occurring, and review assessments clinicians can use to assist them in selecting appropriate targets for interventions.
- The participant will provide examples of milestones for children ages 0-3 acquired within daily routines;
- The participant will demonstrate ways in which they can find motivation for early learners;
- The participant will identify different types of assessments for early learners and the pros and cons of each
Debbie Ruff, MS, PPS, BCBA
Paid, Included with Trail Blazers
Debbie Ruff, M.S., PPS, BCBA is a Regional Clinical Director at Patterns Behavioral Services located in Brea, CA. She also serves as adjunct professor at Santiago Canyon College in Orange, CA. Debbie has over 15 years of experience in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. After earning her master’s degree in School Psychology from National University, Debbie immediately continued her studies by completing the required coursework, accruing hours, and passing the exam to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She has extensive experience working with the early start population, conducting intake and ongoing assessments, and mentoring staff. Debbie also has a special interest in Organizational Behavior Management and completed the OBM Certificate Program through Florida Tech.