Empowering People, Launching lives
Inspired by research, driven by practice
Our new series of podcasts provides discussion around a range of topics, all underpinned by the principles of ABA. Hear our staff and guest speakers discuss research in the field of ABA, the practice it inspired at BeyondAutism, and the positive impact seen on the lives of the individuals involved. Our desire is to share best practice, provoke conversation around existing research and consider where we need to focus our efforts in the future. As part of this, we have a particular interest in the valuable role that multidisciplinary team working has in the success of anything we do.
All of the content on these pages is free to listen to. Much of it is also CEU-accredited, with each applicable podcast providing at least one Type 2 Credit for just £5 per CEU. For more information on how to redeem credits, click to listen to the relevant podcast.
Click on any of the podcasts below for more information and to listen in.
Andy Swartfigure BCBA (Consultant with BeyondAutism) with special guest speaker Ryan O’Donnell BCBA, The Daily BA
In this podcast we examine the complex issue of multi-disciplinary working in the field of ABA, navigating the worldwide issues in this area and how the links between formal BCBA training and practice do not necessarily prepare practitioners for the real world of professional interactions.
Andrew Swartfigure BCBA, (Consultant with BeyondAutism) talks with special guest speaker Dr Merrill Winston, Vice President and Director of Program Development at Professional Crisis Management Association.
Dr Winston explores the use of prompts, when they are more likely to be needed, but more importantly; how they must be recognised and how they can be faded through appropriate reinforcement.
Andy Swartfigure BCBA (Consultant) interviews Liz Burns (ABA Supervisor) and Michelle Frangos (Head of Pastoral)
In this podcast we explore the impact of effective person centred and multi-disciplinary working and how working effectively can mean that children can move to less intensive provisions.
Andy Swartfigure BCBA (Consultant) interviews Amy Sarrasin (ABA Supervisor) and Tom Bailey (Head of Therapies)
In this podcast we explore the importance of understanding the whole person; how linking assessment and pre-requisite skills to vocational tasks and visual schedules can push the boundaries of expectation for our learners.