Presenter Name: Adrienne Bradley M.Ed., BCBA., LBA (MD/MI)
Date/Time: February 23rd at 7 pm est
Bio: Adrienne Bradley is Board Certified Behavior Analyst™ and graduate school professor on a mission to bring Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to underserved communities. Adrienne graduated from Wayne State University with a Master’s in Education Psychology, and a concentration in ABA. Adrienne serves as the past President and current Partnership Liaison for Black Applied Behavior Analysts, Inc™, an organization that empowers the Black ABA community. Adrienne has passion for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion within ABA. She is the host of Shades of ABA, a podcast centering tough conversations to foster change and growth. She engages in equity and inclusion research practices, serving as a research consultant for the Michigan Interagency Coordinating Council which aims to reduce barriers to accessing ABA services in the state of Michigan through the development and implementation of a statewide, comprehensive, multidisciplinary system to provide early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families.
Event Learning Objectives:
- Audience will have a better understanding of the diffusion ACT principle
- Audience will be able to apply diffusion activities during caregiver collaboration
Please be advised that this event is non-refundable.