Behavior Workshop Form
Saturday, February 25, 2023
St. Luke’s Hospital – Emerson Auditorium
232 S. Woods Mill Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017
Behavior Basics | 9:00-11:00AM
For parents and caregivers who are new to Behavior Principles
Behavior can be frustrating and confusing, but the good news is that there is a science of learning and behavior that can help you no matter what age or stage your child is in. It is important to understand the basics of behavior because once you do, you can apply them to a variety of situations. Participants will learn these behavior basics and some effective strategies they can use to prevent and respond to their child’s behavior.
Toilet Training Tips and Tricks | 12:00-1:45PM
For parents and caregivers that are getting ready to toilet train or are working on toilet training
Toilet Training is a definite rite of passage for children and parents. Don’t let this important skill become frustrating for your family. Learn some practical tips and tricks to set everyone up for success!
Benefits of Being Busy: Strategies to Promote Positive Behaviors | 2:00-5:00PM
For parents and caregivers of school-age through adulthood
Participants will learn some effective behavior strategies they can use to help increase engagement and promote more positive behaviors at home, at school and in the community. There are great benefits to being busy and focusing on learning to help prevent and reduce problem behaviors while having fun.
The DSAGSL is committed to making our workshops accessible to all of our families! If you are in need of a scholarship to attend this workshop, please fill out the form here.
About the Presenter
For over 20 years, Stacy has worked as an early interventionist, educator and behavioral analyst providing services to people with developmental disabilities and learning/behavioral challenges. She has served as director for 3 clinical programs and currently owns and operates the Applied Behavioral Analysis program Advance Behavior and Learning Academy in Central Florida. Ms. Taylor has worked in clinics, schools and homes providing 1:1 treatment as well as training and consultation to parents, teachers, therapists and agencies. She speaks across the country on behavioral treatment and has served as President of the board of the Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida. She teaches college level courses in learning, behavior and inclusion in order to help students gain real-world treatment experience.