Lilyan W.J. Campbell is a specialist in ABA parent training and has developed many ABA parent training tools over the past 20 years. One of Campbell’s agencies, ABA Works, located in the USA, has been awarded the 2019 Los Angeles Award for exceptional Business Services.

Campbell is a BCBA and a licensed Psychotherapist. She is a co-author on a poster presented during ABAI in Chicago (“Efficacy of visual supports to increase treatment integrity of parents’ implementation of non-contingent attention in non-native English-speaking families). Currently she is involved in research towards the effectiveness of ABA Telehealth.

Campbell is co-founder of ABA Works located in California, USA, ABA Center International located in Amsterdam, and ABA Courses located in Nevada, USA. Campbell is the first BCBA in the Netherlands who successfully combined ABA treatment and education, with two learners diagnosed with Autism.

Campbell uses Organizational Behavior Management to motivate her teams towards success and she is passionate in developing effective tools for Behavior Analysts and Behavior Technicians to succeed in the field. Campbell continues to develop tools for social skills training for children and adults, parent training, staff development, and vocational skills.

She is a mother of 2 boys. Campbell is one of the authors of ‘Essential ABA skills for parents, a handbook for parent training.’ She has developed coursework for the RBT training in multiple languages (ACE provider) and a social skills curriculum for robot QT.

Websites:

www.aba-works.com
www.abacenterinternational.com
www.abacourses.com

Abstract of the International ABA Conference 2020 presentation.

First presentation: ABA Parent training Essentials: Top 15 Tools every ABA Provider should know

Abstract:

In this workshop, you will learn the Top 15 Tools for ABA Parent Training every ABA Provider should know. Do you feel like you can make a bigger impact on your learner but don’t know how? 

You can dramatically increase the impact of ABA on many learners by using these super-duper essential tools for ABA Parent training. Behavior Technicians and Behavior Analysts can benefit from this workshop. 

Many studies show, if caregivers and parents are well-trained in the steps of the Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP), generalization takes place which increases the opportunities for the learner’s progress.  

When parents and caregivers are trained in the essential basics of ABA such as prompting and reinforcement procedures, parent training can have a major effect on the learner’s development as shown in research.

In many countries and states, there is not enough funding and/or opportunities for ABA services. By teaching ABA-providers the most essential tools to make ABA Parent Training work, you can make a significant change. 

Learning Objectives: 

At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to: (1) Describe the effects of parent training (2) Explain why the parent training is important (3) Describe and demonstrate how to motivate parents/caregivers to engage in parent training (4) Identify and apply the top 15 essential tools for ABA parent training related to the Behavior Intervention Plan and related to ABA basic strategies (5) Identify cultural considerations

• Lecture through PPT • Group Discussion • Questions (testing, interaction) • Polls • Chat • Behavior Skills Training (BST) and role-play 

Second presentation: Teaching children and adults Social Skills: Learn and apply the ABA fundamentals

Abstract:

In this workshop, you will learn everything you need to know about teaching social skills to learners diagnosed with ASD and other developmental delays. As a bonus, you will also get tips on how to run virtual social skills groups. 

Multiple studies show that developing social skills in learners with ASD can increase appropriate peer interactions, reduce challenging behaviors, and can increase academic performance. It is crucial for learners diagnosed with ASD, ADHD and developmental delays, to learn age-appropriate social skills to help enhance their overall development. Imperative skills, such as social skills basics (e.g., greeting and sharing) and advanced skills (e.g., reading social cues, maintaining a conversation) can heavily impact a learner’s wellbeing in the community, at school, and at work. 

During this workshop, we will focus on how to get started with social skills training and how to implement social skills training using ABA.

Learning Objectives: 

At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to: (1) Describe the effects of social skills training (2) Explain how to start social skills training including what assessment to use and how to compose individual objectives (3) Describe what social skills to teach (4) Describe and demonstrate the best ABA teaching strategies for training social skills (5) Identify and apply the top 10 most important tools for teaching social skills (6) Describe bonus tips on how to set up a virtual social skills group

• Lecture through PPT • Group Discussion • Questions (testing, interaction) • Polls • Chat 

Both presentations are in English.

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