Event Details:
Wednesday, June 24, 2015, 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Clinical Considerations when Using Response Interruption and Redirection to Treat Automatically Maintained Behavior

by Candice Colon-Kewedor, MS, BCBA, May Institute

Response Interruption and Redirection (RIRD) is a treatment that has effectively decreased automatically maintained behavior. 

Past research on RIRD as treatment for automatically maintained stereotypy will be reviewed. This review will include a discussion of the procedural variations that have been presented in the literature.

Although RIRD has proved effective in a controlled setting, the literature does not include the utility of RIRD in a non-experimental setting.

Therefore, current research evaluating the extent that treatment integrity impacts RIRD treatment outcome in the classroom setting and an evaluation of the parameters of its use in clinical settings will also be discussed.  

Continuing Education Credits: 2 Continuing Education Credits for BCBAs

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