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CONFERENCEs / 研討會
Bild is pleased to announce that the next International Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Conference will take place in Bristol on the 20, 21 and 22 June 2022.
The theme for this year’s conference will be Co-Production: Giving the power back, and attendees will have the option to attend either in-person, or online.
We believe that PBS can only be truly person-centred if professionals, supported people, and their families, share the power to plan and deliver support together. We believe that, only then, will this support meet people’s wants and needs, leading to better outcomes for everyone.
If you are interested in developing your skills and knowledge of co-production in PBS, come along to Bristol with us in June, and meet others who can demonstrate how the process works, with a diverse range of people, families and services.
PBSA.Asia to Participate in the 19th International Conference for Positive Behaviour Support (Asia Pacific Virtual Strand) in April 2022
April 13 will mark the start of the 19th International Conference for Positive Behaviour Support held by the Association for Positive Behaviour Support (APBS). Hong Kong will host a couple sessions sharing our work in implementing PBS at school. Presenters include PBSA.Asia’s founder, Dianna Yip, and her colleagues, Elaine Lee, Karen Law and Jennifer Chan; and Josan Chan and Ting Ting Cheng from CCC Kei Shun Special School (中華基督教會基順學校) . Dianna will be the panellist to discuss practices on April 14 as well.
The 19th International Conference on Positive Behaviour Support will run from April 13-16. In person sessions will be held in San Diego, California, featuring over 100 oral presentations, posters, pre-conference and skill-building workshops on a wide range of topics. The Asia Pacific virtual strand will run from April 13 to 16 between 8:30am to 3pm HK time focusing on PBIS implementation at school. The European virtual strand will run from April 13 to 16 between 3pm to 6pm UK time featuring PBS research and implementations across different European countries. Invited sessions in the US and virtual sessions will be live streamed and recorded for On Demand viewing for 90 days after the conference.
Learn more about the exciting line up, view the Asia Pacific conference agenda here.
Booking is now open!
This autumn for the brilliant International Positive Behaviour Support Conference, which will take place in a new hybrid format – with both online and in-person elements – from Monday 11th to Wednesday 13th October at UK. Bringing renowned Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) speakers from across the globe to The DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Central, the conference will explore the theme ‘The evolving world of PBS: moving forward together’ – and will publicly reveal, for the very first time, the newly updated UK definition of PBS in a keynote by Dr Nick Gore (Tizard Centre) and Suzi Sapiets (University of Warwick).
THE 3RD APPBS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
第三屆亞太地區正向行為支持國際研討會 SEPTEMBER 17-18, 2021 TAIPEI, TAIWAN
To promote Positive Behavior Support (PBS) in the Asia Pacific Region, the 3rd Asia-Pacific International Conference on Positive Behavior Support (AAPBS) will be held on September 17 to 18, 2021. The APPBS will be a hybrid event. International participants will attend the conference virtually and local participants will meet in-person at Taipei. There are several important points and dates that we would like to bring to your attention.
EVENT DATES TO REMEMBER
Paper submission due : April 30, 2021
Notification of selection : June 30, 2021*
Deadline for registration and housing of all presenters on or before July 20, 2021
Conference : September 17-18
*If you do not receive notification by email at that time please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- All submissions and presentations must be made in English.
- There is a limit of two contributed submissions per lead author.
- The dimensions and layout of the poster presentation will be emailed to the applicant once your abstract is accepted.
2021 APPBS CONFERENCE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
GEORGE SUGAI, Ph. D.
George Sugai, Ph. D. is Emeritus Professor in the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut. In 2019 he retired as Carole J. Neag Endowed Chair and Professor with tenure in the School of Education at University of Connecticut. His professional interests included school-wide positive behavior support, classroom and behavior management, and school discipline, and organizational management. He has been a classroom teacher, program director, personnel preparer, and applied researcher. Currently, he is senior advisor for the OSEP Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (www.pbis.org).
JOSEPH LUCYSHYN, PH. D.
Joseph Lucyshyn, Ph. D. is an associate professor at the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, and Special Education at the University of British Columbia-Vancouver. He has focused his career on Behavioral Disorders, Autism/Developmental Disabilities, as well as measurement, evaluation, and research methodology. He is an expert in the application of Positive Behavior Supports within families and family systems.
CATHERINE BRADSHAW, PH. D.
Catherine Bradshaw, Ph. D. is a Professor and the Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development at the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia. Her research interests focus on the development of aggressive behavior, prevention and intervention, child mental health, and program development and evaluation. She is an expert in implementation science and coaching models. She was previously the Associate Editor for the Journal of Research on Adolescence and is currently the editor of Prevention Science.
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In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month (May 2021) and APBS's Mission to "Enhance Quality of Life by Promoting Positive Behavior Support" They are offering some resources to highlight the alignment of Mental Health within Postive Behavior Support.
May 24 at 3:30 pm US Eastern, Susan Barrett, Director of the Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University and Joanne Cashman from the National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE), will discuss current collaboration efforts between APBS and the Mental Health Community and highlight ways APBS Members can get involved. Susan is also a member of the APBS Board and Joanne serves APBS as a consultant focusing on Mental Health.
Open to all is a session from the recently held 18th International Virtual Conference on Positive Behavior Support. This free presentation--Train and Coach: Supporting Educators' Implementation of Trauma-Informed Practices, presented by Lyndsie Erdy and Brittany Zakszeski, Devereux Center for Effective Schools, highlights the importance of coaching in implementation of trauma-informed practices in the classroom.
新一季講座推介 : 敏哲慈善 - 旱苗得雨 2021
Date: 2021-05-07 (FRI) / 1030-1200
新一季「敏哲 旱苗得雨」Zoom 免費家長講座推介:
旁觀者在充滿着惡霸環境的氛圍中學習也會有一種自己也被欺凌的感覺，並可能出現抑鬱或不安感。萬一校園出現問題時，家長該如何引導? 如何幫助孩子積極面對? 在那找尋合理的方法解決? 絕對不容錯過 !
葉 曉 欣 小姐 (教育系碩士, 國際認證行為分析師) Dianna Yip, M. Ed., BCBA, Founder of PBSA.Asia
林大偉律師 太平紳士 David T. W. Lam JP B.A., Dip. CL, AHKIArb.
旱苗得雨 2021 免費家長講座 (二步曲) 開始報名啦
今期再次請來不同的專業人士，打頭陣是 行為分析配合律師在欺凌問題上提供專業意見, 絕對不容錯過 ; 繼而透過日常生活、遊戲及桌遊，輕鬆地提昇專注力、社交能力、情緒表達及學習能力等，最後嘗試從醫學角度了解聲音過敏對孩子成長發展的影響，好讓我們更容易及輕鬆地幫助孩子正向成長。日常生活、遊戲及桌遊，輕鬆地提昇專注力、社交能力、情緒表達及學習能力等，最後嘗試從醫學角度了解聲音過敏對孩子成長發展的影響，好讓我們更容易及輕鬆地幫助孩子正向成長。
旱苗得雨 2021 免費家長講座 (二步曲) 開始報名啦
新一季講座為大家帶來多角度的 SEN 資訊，請來不同的專業人士，先來行為分析師配合律師在欺凌問題上提供專業意見，也會透過日常生活、遊戲及桌遊，輕鬆地提昇專注力、社交能力、情緒表達及學習能力等，最後嘗試從醫學角度了解聲音過敏對孩子成長發展的影響，好讓我們更容易幫助孩子正向成長。
感謝各單位支持, 有大家真好, 我地可以全心全意為 SEN 家庭服務🥰
INTERNATIONAL MTSS ONLINE FORUM SERies 2021 APRIL AGENDA
EMBRACING EQUITY & ACCESS FOR ALL LEARNERS
The International MTSS Online Forum Series aims to build capacity among school leaders, support directors and teaching teams in the science and philosophy of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support.
This is the final weekend of the International MTSS Online Forum Series. This weekend will see us reflect upon our learning journey and celebrate the successes we've made both collectively and individually. We will share opportunities to help you continue to implement and grow your MTSS program at your school.
**Registered participants can view the January agenda and access links to the sessions using the IMS April Whova Platform.
Invitation to APBS Open Forum
Date: Tuesday, March 16, 2021 at 2:30-3:30 pm Eastern Time
Dear APBS Member,
Every year, Association for Positive Behavior Support (APBS) members are welcome to meet with the Full Board as a scheduled part of the APBS Board Meeting agenda. This year's Open Forum will be Tuesday, March 16, 2021 at 2:30-3:30 pm Eastern Time. You are welcome to observe the proceedings during this open time frame and/or provide input (if you wish) to the Board regarding relevant issues concerning positive behavior support and APBS endeavors. Please consider joining us for this APBS Open Session.
It is helpful to know in advance of anyone who is interested in attending the APBS Open Forum for scheduling and planning purposes. Please contact Rose Iovannone (email@example.com) if you plan on attending the open session and providing input during the meeting. If you are unable to attend the open session and would like to provide input to the Board, written comments and feedback are welcomed both during the conference, and on a year-round basis. The date, time, and location of our annual APBS Open Session is as follows:
Association for Positive Behavior Support
Open Session for All Members
Tuesday, March 16, 2021 - 2:30 pm Eastern Time
Zoom: Click to Join
Rose Iovannone, Ph.D., BCBA-D
RECRUIT : 行為治療師 ABA Therapist (Full-Time)
Company: P.L.A.I. Behaviour Consulting
P.L.A.I. is a perfect place for passionate individuals who are keen on developing a career in supporting children with special needs. We are currently looking for passionate individuals to join our expert team to provide family-centred support for families and schools.
P.L.A.I. specializes in using ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) to support children with behaviour problems, language delay, Autism, and/ or other developmental disabilities. We provide home-based intervention as well as school support for pre-school and school-aged children. Our consultant designs an individualized behaviour support plan for each child we support. As an ABA therapist, you will be responsible in implementing the support plan under the supervision of our consultant. We will provide training in ABA when you join P.L.A.I. You will continue to receive training and support on the job. If you are interested in further in this field, P.L.A.I. is committed to support you by providing regular supervision and professional development opportunities. We would like to make sure that our staff continues to learn and advance their career.
Responsibilities of an ABA therapist:
Provide 1:1 or small group support for children with special needs at home, at school, or in the community
Apply teaching strategies that follows ABA principles as directed by a behaviour consultant to implement the child’s individualized intervention plan and behavioural support plan
Data collection and data management
Participate in regular videotaping or supervision during sessions
Prepare materials as needed
Meet with behaviour consultant on a regular basis
Attend professional development workshops and training regularly
Training and professional development opportunities
Initial and ongoing training by a BCBA
Mandatory RBT Training
Supervision hours towards BCBA/ BCaBC
Regular in-house workshop and training opportunities
Access to our professional development fund
Gain experience in working in various settings
Relatively flexible work hours
Paid vacation days
Opportunities to further your career within P.L.A.I.
If you are interested in using behaviour intervention to improve lives of children and families, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Experience in working with children
Bachelor degree in related field (e.g., Psychology, education, etc.)
Able to work independently and with a team
Fluent in English. Ability to speak and write in Cantonese or Mandarin will be an asset