Amy Burton, Tara J. Glennon; Applied Behavior Analysis Practitioner Perceptions: Influence of Occupational Therapy Training in Sensory Processing. Am J Occup Ther 2016;70(4_Supplement_1):7011505134. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2016.70S1-PO3111
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Date Presented 4/8/2016
With increasing demands for cohesive education plans, occupational therapy practitioners must collaborate with applied behavior analysis (ABA) practitioners for effective teaming and interdisciplinary understanding within schools. Training in sensory processing has the potential to enhance the perceptions and practices of ABA practitioners.
Primary Author and Speaker: Amy Burton
Contributing Author: Tara J. Glennon
What OT training content is deemed valuable by ABA practitioners?
Does an OT workshop change ABA practitioners’ perception regarding the benefit of sensory-based strategies in educational programs for children with ASD?
Does an OT workshop change the likelihood of ABA practitioners implementing sensory-based supports?
What do ABA practitioners believe are the barriers to implementation of sensory-based supports?
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