The Home Setting

  • Intro to Self & Match Systems in the Home Setting (2-3 hours)

    The Self & Match system has been used internationally to support individuals with emotional
    behavior disorders, autism spectrum disorders, learning disabilities, as well as a variety of
    other diagnoses. Self & Match can be incorporated into individualized behavior systems in the
    home, school, and community settings. including (but not limited to): clinics, homes, and
    recreational settings. Great workshop for individuals and/or teams (parents and in-home
    behavior analysts)!

    This INTERACTIVE and HANDS-ON workshop will provide an excellent opportunity for
    individuals to learn a well-defined, systematic self-monitoring intervention and motivational
    system. Participants attending this workshop will leave with a comprehensive tool in hand to
    implement immediately. A discussion of self-monitoring procedures incorporating a “match”
    component will be presented, with specific focus on Self & Match, a user-friendly, easy to
    implement, empirically-validated system. Participants in this training will acquire an
    evidenced-based systematic guide to planning self-monitoring systems, as well as a Self &
    Match manual with substantial training materials. Additionally, participants will strengthen
    their knowledge of necessary considerations prior to implementing any self-monitoring or
    motivational system.

    Title of Training Self & Match in the Home Setting

    Length of Training: 2-3 hours
    Typical Training Size: 10-20
    Target Audience: This session is designed for parents and home/community ABA Providers.
    Room Set-up: Collaborative Tables of 4-6
    AV Needs: Screen, Mac Adapter, Speakers
    Printing Needs: Powerpoints for all participants, 10 page Considerations Guide for all
    participants, and 5 additional 1 page hand-outs per participant