Summita ABA - In-Home and School ABA Consultation

In-Home & School ABA Consultation

Summit Behavioral Services - Achievement Center

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Summit Center for Child Development

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Address: 1460 NW Vivion Rd, Kansas City, MO 64118

Phone: (816) 853-0946

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In-Home and School District ABA Consultation

As Kansas City’s largest employer of Board Certified Behavior Analysts, each of whom supervise dozens of experienced ABA Line Staff, Summit ABA can easily match the skills of our staff members with the needs of each client.

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Early Childhood ABA Clinic

The Summit Center for Child Development (SCCD) offers a natural preschool-like setting in which we provide children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder intensive early intervention to instill communication, social, and play-skills training.

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Day School

The Summit Achievement Center is a Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) approved private educational center for students at risk due to problem behavior. To help students transition successfully back to their schools, we develop and maintain individualized supports required by at-risk children and provide districts professional ABA training.

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Professional Development

Working with children with exceptional needs requires specific skill sets. Summit ABA offers a formal portfolio of training programs for school districts and other entities seeking meaningful training and follow-up support within their own agency.

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Workshop: Identifying and Meetings Needs of Students with Autism

Identifying & Meeting the Needs of Your Students on the Autism Spectrum

  • Sept 9, 10 and Oct. 29th, 30th
  • Lead Trainer – Stacey Martin, MA, BCBA, LBA
  • Additional highly experienced trainers and guest speakers

Overview

Autism Spectrum Disorders now affect approximately 1 in every 68 children and can have a lifelong impact on many areas of functioning, including learning, social interactions and independent living skills. Educating individuals with ASD can be challenging and requires educators and families to have an understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders as …

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Upcoming Events

Sep
9
Wed
Workshop: Identifying & Meeting the Needs of Your Students on the Autism Spectrum
Sep 9 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Workshop: Identifying & Meeting the Needs of Your Students on the Autism Spectrum

Duration: 4 Days

  • Dates: Sept. 9 – 10; Oct. 29 – 30
  • Lead Trainer – Stacey Martin, MA, BCBA, LBA
  • as well as other highly experienced trainers and guest speakers

Overview

Autism Spectrum Disorders now affect approximately 1 in every 68 children and can have a lifelong impact on many areas of functioning, including learning, social interactions and independent living skills. Educating individuals with ASD can be challenging and requires educators and families to have an understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as information on interventions that can assist the person with ASD in achieving positive outcomes.

What We’ll Cover

This 4 day workshop will provide an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). From assessment to programming, participants will learn the various ways ASD can impact students and how best to design programs in order to meet the unique needs of those on the autism spectrum. The importance of evidence-based interventions and data-based decision making will be discussed as well as the need to consider the individual characteristics of the student with ASD. A variety of topics will be covered including social development, behavior intervention, and increasing communication skills.

WORKSHOP DATES

September 9th& 10th, October 29th& 30th

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

Registration the first day will be at 8:00am. Workshop will begin at 8:30 each day and end by 4:00pm.

 WORKSHOP LOCATION

Lee’s Summit Christian Church

800 NE Tudor Rd; Lee’s Summit, MO 64086

Cost: $275 per person. If a school district registers 3 or more individuals a $25.00 per person discount will be applied.

Registration Deadline: September 1, 2015

Cancellation Policy: registrations cancelled after Sept 2nd will be charged a $25.00 cancellation fee

A confirmation letter will be emailed to you upon receipt of your registration.

 Click Here to Register Today!

Hurry! Seats are limited and will fill quickly!

Sep
10
Thu
Workshop: Identifying & Meeting the Needs of Your Students on the Autism Spectrum
Sep 10 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Workshop: Identifying & Meeting the Needs of Your Students on the Autism Spectrum

Duration: 4 Days

  • Dates: Sept. 9 – 10; Oct. 29 – 30
  • Lead Trainer – Stacey Martin, MA, BCBA, LBA
  • as well as other highly experienced trainers and guest speakers

Overview

Autism Spectrum Disorders now affect approximately 1 in every 68 children and can have a lifelong impact on many areas of functioning, including learning, social interactions and independent living skills. Educating individuals with ASD can be challenging and requires educators and families to have an understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as information on interventions that can assist the person with ASD in achieving positive outcomes.

What We’ll Cover

This 4 day workshop will provide an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). From assessment to programming, participants will learn the various ways ASD can impact students and how best to design programs in order to meet the unique needs of those on the autism spectrum. The importance of evidence-based interventions and data-based decision making will be discussed as well as the need to consider the individual characteristics of the student with ASD. A variety of topics will be covered including social development, behavior intervention, and increasing communication skills.

WORKSHOP DATES

September 9th& 10th, October 29th& 30th

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

Registration the first day will be at 8:00am. Workshop will begin at 8:30 each day and end by 4:00pm.

 WORKSHOP LOCATION

Lee’s Summit Christian Church

800 NE Tudor Rd; Lee’s Summit, MO 64086

Cost: $275 per person. If a school district registers 3 or more individuals a $25.00 per person discount will be applied.

Registration Deadline: September 1, 2015

Cancellation Policy: registrations cancelled after Sept 2nd will be charged a $25.00 cancellation fee

A confirmation letter will be emailed to you upon receipt of your registration.

 Click Here to Register Today!

Hurry! Seats are limited and will fill quickly!

Sep
25
Fri
6th Annual Summit Behavior KC Royals @ Kauffman Stadium
Sep 25 @ 4:00 pm – 11:00 pm
6th Annual Summit Behavior KC Royals @ Kauffman Stadium | Kansas City | Missouri | United States

Staff Event

  • Food / Catering / BBQ: TBD
  • BYOB
  • Great Fun & Company
Oct
29
Thu
Workshop: Identifying & Meeting the Needs of Your Students on the Autism Spectrum
Oct 29 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Workshop: Identifying & Meeting the Needs of Your Students on the Autism Spectrum

Duration: 4 Days

  • Dates: Sept. 9 – 10; Oct. 29 – 30
  • Lead Trainer – Stacey Martin, MA, BCBA, LBA
  • as well as other highly experienced trainers and guest speakers

Overview

Autism Spectrum Disorders now affect approximately 1 in every 68 children and can have a lifelong impact on many areas of functioning, including learning, social interactions and independent living skills. Educating individuals with ASD can be challenging and requires educators and families to have an understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as information on interventions that can assist the person with ASD in achieving positive outcomes.

What We’ll Cover

This 4 day workshop will provide an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). From assessment to programming, participants will learn the various ways ASD can impact students and how best to design programs in order to meet the unique needs of those on the autism spectrum. The importance of evidence-based interventions and data-based decision making will be discussed as well as the need to consider the individual characteristics of the student with ASD. A variety of topics will be covered including social development, behavior intervention, and increasing communication skills.

WORKSHOP DATES

September 9th& 10th, October 29th& 30th

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

Registration the first day will be at 8:00am. Workshop will begin at 8:30 each day and end by 4:00pm.

 WORKSHOP LOCATION

Lee’s Summit Christian Church

800 NE Tudor Rd; Lee’s Summit, MO 64086

Cost: $275 per person. If a school district registers 3 or more individuals a $25.00 per person discount will be applied.

Registration Deadline: September 1, 2015

Cancellation Policy: registrations cancelled after Sept 2nd will be charged a $25.00 cancellation fee

A confirmation letter will be emailed to you upon receipt of your registration.

 Click Here to Register Today!

Hurry! Seats are limited and will fill quickly!

Oct
30
Fri
Workshop: Identifying & Meeting the Needs of Your Students on the Autism Spectrum
Oct 30 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Workshop: Identifying & Meeting the Needs of Your Students on the Autism Spectrum

Duration: 4 Days

  • Dates: Sept. 9 – 10; Oct. 29 – 30
  • Lead Trainer – Stacey Martin, MA, BCBA, LBA
  • as well as other highly experienced trainers and guest speakers

Overview

Autism Spectrum Disorders now affect approximately 1 in every 68 children and can have a lifelong impact on many areas of functioning, including learning, social interactions and independent living skills. Educating individuals with ASD can be challenging and requires educators and families to have an understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as information on interventions that can assist the person with ASD in achieving positive outcomes.

What We’ll Cover

This 4 day workshop will provide an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). From assessment to programming, participants will learn the various ways ASD can impact students and how best to design programs in order to meet the unique needs of those on the autism spectrum. The importance of evidence-based interventions and data-based decision making will be discussed as well as the need to consider the individual characteristics of the student with ASD. A variety of topics will be covered including social development, behavior intervention, and increasing communication skills.

WORKSHOP DATES

September 9th& 10th, October 29th& 30th

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

Registration the first day will be at 8:00am. Workshop will begin at 8:30 each day and end by 4:00pm.

 WORKSHOP LOCATION

Lee’s Summit Christian Church

800 NE Tudor Rd; Lee’s Summit, MO 64086

Cost: $275 per person. If a school district registers 3 or more individuals a $25.00 per person discount will be applied.

Registration Deadline: September 1, 2015

Cancellation Policy: registrations cancelled after Sept 2nd will be charged a $25.00 cancellation fee

A confirmation letter will be emailed to you upon receipt of your registration.

 Click Here to Register Today!

Hurry! Seats are limited and will fill quickly!

Information & Resources

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United States Surgeon General David Satcher, MD, PhD, has endorsed intensive behavioral intervention for individuals with autism. Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General states, “Thirty years of research demonstrated the efficacy of applied behavioral methods in reducing inappropriate behavior and in increasing communication, learning, and appropriate social behavior.”

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Defining Autism - What is Autism

There are four major characteristics common to autism spectrum disorder (ASD). In cases of ASD, the “spectrum” references the array of symptoms that fall within the aforementioned core characteristics. No two cases of ASD are identical; the level of impairment ranges from mild to severe.

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