The Mason LIFE program offers a four-year residential program for more than 50 students with intellectual disabilities who attend classes and experience life on campus. Read More...
This workshop addresses several topics that are relevant to practice with the military and veteran community. It will describe applying behavior analytic principles and procedures to help veterans, active military, and wounded warriors.
This workshop is for supervisors of those who deliver behavior-analytic services and those who are pursuing BACB certification. Presented by Guy Bruce, Ed.D., B.C.B.A.-D., on February 1, 2014.
This workshop will outline how to minimize the effects of autism by zeroing in on the core deficits that define the diagnosis: functional communication, social skills, and cooperation.
Dr. James T. Todd, Professor of Psychology at Eastern Michigan University, will talk about anti-science and pro-fad beliefs that have proliferated in the field of autism.
Dr. Izen utilized various support networks at Mason to become an expert in online teaching including a design partnership with an instructional designer to develop a fully online course.