Recorded: Sleep-Pro Bundle: a sleep-focused bundle for the bedtime BCBA includes access to all 3 courses listed below for a total of 6 (4 General Learning Type & 2 Ethics Learning Type) CE Credits (courses may be taken in any order).
*All Courses in this bundle are taught by Emily Varon, MS, BCBA.
*Course 1: Behavioral Considerations for Sleep and Autism #recorded (3 General CEUs|~150min) | *Course 2: Ethical Considerations for Sleep and Autism #recorded (2 Ethics CEUs|~100 min) | *Course 3: Bedtime Routines and ASD #recorded (1 General CEU|~50min)
Course 1: Behavioral Considerations for Sleep and Autism #recorded (3 General CEUs|~150min)
If you work with families, you *for sure* work with at least a few sleepy children! In this 3-hour CEU you will learn how to combine the science of sleep with the science of behavior to create effective and sustainable sleep-change programs for the families you serve. You’ll discover why many children struggle with falling asleep at bedtime (and maintaining their sleep overnight) along with specific considerations for children diagnosed with ASD. This course is so fun and full of information, you’re guaranteed to walk away with some valuable “uh-ohs” and “oopsies” regarding your own sleep habits as well!
Course 2: Ethical Considerations for Sleep and Autism #recorded (2 Ethics CEUs|~100 min)
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!
Course 3: Bedtime Routines and ASD #recorded (1 General CEU|~50min)
Bedtime routines matter! In this 1 hour BACB Learning-type CEU, you will learn why bedtime routines are a prerequisite to healthy sleep, how to develop bedtime routines that contribute to sleep onset, and variables to consider when treating the autism population.