Guest Speaker

Bora Kim

BCBA

Bora is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and the Clinical Supervisor with the non-profit organization, May Institute. May Institute provides behavioral services in home, school, and community settings from Port Wentworth to Hinesville. Kim earned her Masters in Special Education specializing in Autism and has over 10 years of experience in ABA serving as a Coordinator of the classroom at Emory Walden Early Childhood Center and as a consultant. Bora specializes in early intervention and training. Bora is active in the community, providing training for parents and other professionals and is one of the organizers for Autism Support Network of Savannah.

Day 1 – Thursday

9:15 – 10:45a.m.

Part 1 – Teaching Adaptive Skills to Promote Independence

…together with
Suzette Rosario, BCBA

Purpose & Objectives

To provide tools that will help teach adaptive skills to individuals of all ages. Participants will learn to:

  • Identify important prerequisite skills
  • Teach complex skills using task analysis
  • Prompt new skills while simultaneously teaching the skills
Day 1 – Thursday

11:00 – 12:30p.m.

Part 2 – Teaching Adaptive Skills to Promote Independence

…together with
Suzette Rosario, BCBA

Purpose & Objectives

To provide tools that will help participants teach adaptive skills to individuals of all ages. Participants will learn:

  • The concept of “prompt dependency”
  • How to identify and prevent “prompt dependency”
  • How to promote the generalization of new skills to all settings
  • The concept of “shaping” behavior and how to effectively shape new behaviors

Keynote Speaker

Location and Venue

Savannah Convention Center
Savannah, GA

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