Ethical Considerations for Sleep and Autism #recorded


Instructor: Emily Varon, MS, BCBA

Duration: 100 minutes of instruction, self-paced

2 Ethics Learning Type BACB® CEUs provided upon course completion – full course description below



**This course will provide the participant with 2 Ethics Type BACB® CEUs**

Description of Ethics Learning Type CE Event: All BCBAs know about behavior, but not all BCBAs know about sleep. In this 2 hour Ethics course, you’ll learn how sleep-change programs differ from standard behavior plans. Questions you never thought to ask will now become standard each time you encounter a family struggling with their child’s sleep! Feel confident that you are providing the highest ethical quality of care when you are programming for the most important primary reinforcer: sleep!

Instructor Bio: Emily Varon is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with a dedicated focus on sleep-related behaviors. She has worked in the field of behavior analysis since 2000 and has devoted her practice to improving the sleep habits of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder since 2010. By combining the science of behavior analysis with the science of sleep, Emily creates a consumable learning opportunity for BCBAs to enhance their practice by providing context for the way sleep and behavior both complement, and sabotage, one-another.

Target Audience: BCBA, BCaBA – Intermediate; professionals who develop behavioral programs and goals for children diagnosed with ASD and their families.