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“Increasing Communication Skills in Children with Autism”

Communication and language development are key areas of focus for children with autism. Research indicates that enhancing communication skills can significantly reduce interfering behaviors. Join us for a Free Caregiver Webinar where we will explore effective strategies to boost communication skills outside of a center-based setting.

Led by our expert, LaTosha Lafferty, MS, BCBA, COBA, IBA, Clinical Director, this interactive session will cover:

· Communication Strategies: Discover practical techniques to improve your child’s communication skills in various settings.

· Behavioral Insights: Learn how increased communication can lead to a reduction in challenging behaviors.

· Home-Based Applications: Gain actionable advice on implementing these strategies at home to support your child’s progress.

· Expert Q&A: Have your questions answered by LaTosha Lafferty, a seasoned expert in autism care and communication strategies.

Don’t miss this opportunity to empower your child’s communication journey. Join us for a session filled with valuable insights, supportive strategies, and the expertise of our dedicated specialist. We look forward to welcoming you to an enriching session designed to support your family’s journey.

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About LaTosha

LaTosha is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with nearly 20 years of experience in providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services. Her journey in this field began in 2004, even before she had heard of autism or knew what ABA was. She completed her BS in Psychology at Baldwin-Wallace University in 2007, followed by her MS in Human Services at Capella University in 2011.

In 2010, she completed her ABA coursework through the Florida Institute of Technology and passed her BCaBA exam. The following year, she earned her BCBA certification. Currently, she is pursuing a doctorate degree in Behavior Analysis at The Chicago School, with an expected completion date of 2025.