The Intersection of Ableism, Sexism, and ABA: CEU Course
About this course
This ACE certified CEU course explores how the intersection of disability and sexism transforms the oppression of women within ABA and the autism community. Learners will learn how to identify examples of oppression in the field of ABA and within themselves as practitioners, along with proactive solutions to collaborate and support families and individuals.
This course is eligible for 1.5 BACB CEUs (.5 Ethics)
Students will have access to course for 30 days.
Paper Boat Autism Library
"...we must be able to see through the prism of intersectionality to ensure we are not upholding forms of oppression..."
Upon completion of this course, you will get a list of books, blogs, and research articles that relate to gender, disability, and ABA.
Checklists and Questions
Learners will have access to handouts on how to talk to parents, how to check in on your own biases, and identifying oppression within ABA
Goal Development Guidance
Learn how to develop more supportive and affirming goals for your clients, with your clients.