ABA Resource Information & Training
FEAT-Houston is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Our mission is to improve the quality of life of those affected by developmental disabilities by increasing resources and providing information about Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). We sponsor workshops and meetings that provide training on effective treatment strategies for individuals with autism spectrum disorders. We also provide information on ABA and special education law trainings through our monthly emails and newsletters. Our tuition reimbursement and conference stipend programs help support the development of ABA resources in the Greater Houston area and make it possible for more teachers and parents to learn about scientifically validated teaching methods for children, teens and adults with autism. We are supported primarily by individual contributions and volunteer efforts.
Click the link below to view information from a recent conference presentation by Dr. Amy Wood:
“Practical Steps for Parents: How to Build an Interdisciplinary Team to Help Your Child Succeed“
Objectives of this presentation:
- Identify educational opportunities and service providers for parents of children with ASD throughout the Houston area and online portals.
- Discuss the role of DADS in the provision of services to families of children with ASD and describe how to determine their state provider and the types of services provided.
- Identify strategies for accessing multidisciplinary providers in the community and the public school system.
Visit our EVENTS page for a full listing of ABA trainings around the Houston area.
Managing Aggressive Behavior in Adolescents and Adults
July 16, 2016
The Harris Center
9401 Southwest Freeway, Room 104, Houston, TX
Click here for details and a registration form
-*Please note that to register online you will be required to also pay. If you are unable to pay at this time, please email email@example.com to make arrangements.