Workshop Series: Toilet Training- San Diego, California
Trumpet will be hosting three workshops with SDSU Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders!
Each workshop will be led by Lauren Cox. Lauren Cox is a BCBA with Trumpet Behavioral Health in San Diego. She has worked in the field for 11 years, working mostly with children in a verbal behavior clinic setting, as well as home settings. Lauren attended the University of California, Davis for her undergraduate degree and was an intern at the M.I.N.D Institute in Sacramento, CA. She received her Master’s Degree from the University of Hawaii, Manoa and completed her coursework at the Florida Institute of Technology to become a behavior analyst. Her interests include: staff and parent training, teaching learners in alternative communication systems specifically sign language acquisition, and seeing parents see their child learning new skills. She offers educational opportunities around San Diego for different organizations and companies as requested in order to disseminate the field of behavior analysis to everyone interested in learning!
This workshop is on toileting. Toileting is one of the most necessary skills for an early learner to have in order to be successful outside of the home environment. Many schools require that your learner be toilet trained before they are able to enroll in school. As well, this is a common deficit for learners on the autism spectrum due to language and motor impairments. We will reviews steps to take to prepare you and your learner to be successful toilet training, some common programs to begin with your learner, and how we can support the family during toilet training. .
SDSU Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders
6363 Alvarado Court
San Diego, California
Date and Time
Monday, April 29th, 2019
You do not have to be a Trumpet family to attend.Register here!