Managing Aggressive and Self-Injurious Behaviours in Children with Autism

Date16th March 2019, 9.00am - 1.00pm (Registration begins at 8.30am)
VenueLevel 3, Auditorium, HELP University ELM Building
There are some individuals on the autism spectrum who may struggle with very challenging and dangerous behaviours such as aggression and self-injury. This interactive workshop will focus is on aggressive and self-injurious behaviours in individuals with autism, to break down key strategies that can be applied on a consistent basis to see a signification reduction and management of these behaviours!

We are excited to have the honour of Kerry Hoops, a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) from our parent company, Wisconsin Early Autism Project (WEAP) presenting at our Public Workshop! Kerry Hoops is the Clinic Director for Wisconsin EAP's Green Bay Clinic and has 19 years of experience working with individuals on the autism spectrum from age 18 months to 22 years old, to develop behavioural intervention plans to increase functional skills and reduce challenging behaviours in hundreds of children with autism.


Ticket Type Sale Dates Price (MYR)Quantity
Early Bird Registration 14/02/2019 - 03/03/2019 95.00 Unavailable
Regular Registration 04/03/2019 - 15/03/2019 120.00 Unavailable

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About the Organiser

Early Autism Project Malaysia (EAP) is the pioneer of the Applied Behavioural Approach (ABA) in Malaysia. Founded in September 2006 by parent company Wisconsin Early Autism Project, EAP has impacted over 400 children from 30 different countries over the last 12 years. EAP's vision is to provide world-class services that support individuals with autism and their families in leading fulfilling lives.