SPE 791 - Clinical Practicum for Special Needs Populations

Description
Prerequisite: SPE 525 or SPE 625, and SPE 516 or SPE 618, and SPE 783 or concurrent enrollment; and permission of instructor. This course will involve experience in a supervised, clinical setting with individuals diagnosed with autism and various disabilities. Emphasis will be placed on autism and challenging behaviors. Students will conduct assessment specific to their credentials and training to include learning assessment, autism specific instruments, and social and behavioral assessments. Emphasis will be placed on conducting functional behavioral assessment and utilizing data across domains to develop research based programs. Students will participate in a multidisciplinary assessment model to include families and professionals from a variety of disciplines. Preparation and submission of reports that are research based and that are of a high professional quality will be a required course outcome. 1-6 D
Credits
2.5
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Spring 2017
Avg. Class Size
5
Avg. Sections
2