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Culturally Responsive PBS with Families of Diverse Cultural and Linguistic Backgrounds

By Lucyshyn, Joseph


This ACT - Autism Community Training video summarizes the results of two studies that employed ecological, family-centered positive behavior support (PBS) and were designed to be culturally responsive to families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Important themes that emerged from the studies include understanding families cultural values and designing interventions that accommodate cross-cultural values and beliefs. The video discusses the studies' implications for behavior consultants who work with families of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

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This online video is in English


ACT - Autism Community Training
British Columbia, Canada

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