Caroline Peters (1971) is a mother of three. She has a private practice in the Netherlands serving people with autism, and their carers, for over 20 years. Caroline holds a Master’s degree in ABA from Bangor University. She holds current qualifications from the BACB as a BCBA and as an ACE (continuing education) provider.
Caroline video-records her sessions working with parents and their child with autism. Thanks to many parents who have given permission, she is able to present strategies and techniques she uses by showing videos from actual therapy sessions. The big picture as well as the fine points will be explained, and you will be able to ask questions about the material shown.
Abstract of the International ABA Conference 2020 presentation.
Teaching Social Skills to Children with Autism
This presentation will be in English.
When you attend Caroline’s presentation you will be able to see parent-based interventions that focus on the development of social skills. Topics include: social referencing, non-verbal communication, sharing experiences and shared enjoyment.
Caroline will explain the ABA techniques as well as RDI techniques used (Relationship Development Intervention, Gutstein).