Kim Yee and her 7-year-old son Braeden joined UDiscovering's Maura Buckley in the Fox 25 studio on Monday, April 28 to share how life has improved since taking the Discovering Behavioral Intervention (DBI) online course.
Real life. Real learning.
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Applied behavior analysis (ABA) may not seem like the most creative therapy on the surface — but in fact, ABA can be as creative as a therapist and child want! There are so many creative ways to reinforce behaviors with ABA. Learn how Maura Buckley used video modeling to teach her son a new behavior.
Heartfelt emotion paired with evidence-based science.
UDiscovering offers online training tools and services to help families of children with autism, and professionals working in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our training tools are developed by the University of Massachusetts Medical School's Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center, which is nationally and internationally recognized for its research, education, and public service on behalf of individuals with disabilities. UMass Medical School’s development team includes national experts in the fields of autism, applied behavior analysis, psychological sciences, and instructional technology all working together, with NIH grant support, to develop these innovative products.