Join our FREE, evening Family Chat with a panel of expert parents and professionals. You will learn practical strategies for improving children's behavior and making family outings more successful.
We will be chatting about "Going Places: Improving Community Outings"
- How Positive Behavior Support can help you create a process for outings
-That failures should be treated as learning opportunities
-How other parents use Positive Behavior Support in their daily outings
-How small changes in planning can have large positive effects
Meet Our Experts
LaQuita Monte is a mother of two, educator and Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She has a Ph.D. in Special Education, Disabilities and Risk Studies. For 20 years, she has provided behavior supports in home, school and community settings.
Paul Rogers, is a Behavioral Consultant who specializes in providing support for the families and caregivers of those with severe problem behavior. He is currently the BCBA Therapist at the Northwest School of Innovative Learning and the owner of Constructional Consultants.
Victoria McMullen, Ph.D. is a professor in the School of Education at Webster University in St. Louis, MO. Her doctorate is in severe developmental disabilities from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Her son, Ron, age 40, continues to teach her new lessons about disability and positive behavioral support on a daily basis
Missy Sieders is the mother of two girls: Olivia is 18 and heading to the University of New Mexico in the fall to study Speech Pathology. Chrissa is 14 years old and in the 7th grade. Chrissa has a great sense of humor; loves music, movies, live theater, concerts, books, camping, swimming, baseball, soccer, parties, and her friends. Chrissa also happens to have an intellectual disability.