The University of Southern Indiana College of Nursing and Health Professions and St. Vincent Center for Children are joint providers for this educational activity.
The University of Southern Indiana College of Nursing and Health Professions is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. USI was recognized as accredited with distinction through November 30, 2018. University of Southern Indiana is an approved provider of continuing education for social workers, marriage and family therapists, psychologists, occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants, dental professionals, and other health professionals licensed in the state of Indiana.
Requirements for Certificate of Completion
Nurses and Indiana licensed health professionals will receive 6 contact hours with paid registration, full attendance, and completed program evaluation. You will need to check in at registration desk at beginning and at the end of the day.
Conflict of interest
The planning committee and program faculty report no financial relationship with any commercial products related to this conference. Indiana Psychological Association will be awarding 5 contact hours with paid registration, full attendance, sign in/sign out and completed program evaluation.
Rebecca Moyes, M.Ed., presenting “Perseverating on Perseverations,” and “Teaching Self-Control to Children with ASD.”
Rebecca is a former teacher for nine years in public and private schools. She holds an autism certificate in Pennsylvania and advanced coursework in applied behavior analysis. She serves a consultant to several school districts in the Pittsburgh region. She has two adult children, one of whom is diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome. "Becky" is the author of six books for educators and parents of children with autism spectrum disorder/and or other special needs and has provided trainings in 47 states of the U.S. and Canada. She served on Governor Ridge's Autism Task Force in Pennsylvania and is best known for her practical and common-sense approach to reaching and teaching children with autism.
Sean Barron presenting “Autism from the Inside Out and the Outside In,” and “Perspectives on Autism.”
Sean was diagnosed with classic autism at age 5 and had a variety of challenges that included but weren't limited to fine-motor problems, speech delays, unusual food aversions, heightened sensitivities and, most pressing, social-skills delays. He fought through his teen and early-adult years to "connect" with the world and, over time, rose above autism - with the help of family and others. Today he works as a journalist for The Vindicator newspaper in Youngstown, Ohio, and is currently trying to get a third book on the civil-rights movement published.
Leeann Butrum, MA BCBA presenting “Do you know MO? He can do a lot for you!”
Leeann began her career in the field of education; most specifically as a special education teacher in the Evansville and Henderson area. Through that experience she was introduced to her first student who presented with an Autism classification under the IDEA. He carved out a very special place in her heart and opened her eyes to a whole new field. She worked in collaboration with his treating BCBA and learned so much about the field. Through this clandestine meeting, she quit the master's of Special Education program she was already halfway through, in order to enroll in a master's program for Behavior Analysis. In an attempt to gain field experience and create a well rounded working knowledge of several applications of ABA, Leeann worked several years in a private clinic, and also several years in the school corporation. She currently serves in the role of BCBA to 15 children affected by autism ranging in age from 2-15, in an intensive therapy setting. Outside of the field that owns her heart, she also comes home to 3 amazing kids of her own, a pretty spectacular partner, and 2 demanding dogs. They stay pretty busy, but if she ever gets free time, she loves to decorate cakes, explore music, and get lost in the woods. Oh, and coffee. Coffee is life.
- Dr Thomas Mulderink, PhD, HSPP- Pediatric Psychologist at St Vincent Center for Children Feeding Program
- Dr Rebecca Carey, MD- Pediatric Gastroenterologist at St Vincent Center for Children Subspecialty Clinic
- Missy Goff, Autism Ally with Autism Society of Indiana
- Dana Funkhouser, Manager of Program Services at LEL Home Services
- Colleen York, Executive Director of Autism Evansville
- Andrea Gilkeson, Senior Autism Ally with Autism Society of Indiana
7:30-8:00am Sign In & Welcome
8:15-9:45am “Perseverating on Perseverations” - Rebecca Moyes, M.Ed.
10:00-11:30am “Autism from the Inside Out and the Outside In” - Sean Barron
11:30-12:30 lunch (provided)
12:30-2:00pm “Perspectives on Autism”- Sean Barron
2:00 – 2:15pm Break
2:15 – 3:45pm Panel - Dr Tom Mulderink, Dr Rebecca Carey, Missy Goff, Dana Funkhouser, Colleen York, Andrea Gilkeson
12:30-2:00pm “Teaching Self-Control to Children with ASD” - Rebecca Moyes, M.Ed.
2:00 – 2:15pm Break
2:15 – 3:45pm “Do you know, MO? He can do a lot for you!” - Leeann Butrum, MA BCBA
Leeann Butrum , MA BCBA
Registration deadline is October 19, 2018
Professionals seeking CEU's - $95 | Students - $20 | Individuals - $20
All fees include light breakfast and lunch. Parking garage fee waived for conference attendee.
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