Want to learn more about positive behavior change?
Sign up for our FREE webinar!
Reinforcement, Bribery, & Negotiation: Tools that can Make or Break Your Behavior Plans
Behavior Change Course Summary
In this course, we breakdown the complex process of decreasing negative or dangerous behaviors and teaching positive, prosocial, and functional communication responses. This course gives you strategies in an easy to understand way and provides you with the tools to put these strategies into action.
What This Course Includes:
- 4 Modules with over 30 video lessons
- Each topic is broken into short, actionable videos
- Concepts are explained in a user friendly way
- Ready to use templates, handouts, and behavior tools
- 5 continuing education credits upon completion
Here’s a peek into the Behavior Change Course:
Increasing Positive Behaviors
In Module 1, we start with how to increase positive behaviors first. We explore how to use reinforcement correctly and effectively to teach new skills and ensure that they happen more readily.
(6 video training lessons with 8 downloadable resources)
Function Based Assessment
Function Based Assessment
Behavior Intervention Plan
In Module 3, we focus on how to create a function-based behavior intervention plan. We cover what the framework should look like as well as specific proactive and reactive strategies.
(11 video training lessons with 12 downloadable resources)
When Things Don’t Go As Planned
In Module 4, we bring everything together and explore challenges with staff training, how to troubleshoot plans that aren’t working, and what tools you need to make the plan successful.
(9 video training lessons with 5 downloadable resources)
From Past Course Participants
"I loved the course! It was straight-forward and easy to understand. I really liked how the concepts were broken down into short segments so they weren't too overwhelming. My favorite part is the tools provided. They are so user friendly and they will be super-useful for educating school teams."
"I loved the course. The concepts I learned gave me the confidence to know I am doing the right thing next year. There are specific examples and strategies that I did not get in college courses."
Behavior Change Tool Kit
Want even more behavior resources? Get the Behavior Change Toolbox (value of over $150) for just $50 more when you sign up for this course!
Behavior Change Course + Toolkit (20% Off Webinar Special)
- 15 downloadable resources (valued at over $150)
- 6 month access to the course
- Over 50 course-exclusive tools, & templates
- Option to access the course on The Autism Helper app
- Join the behavior change community
- Two payment options – pay full price or split into two payments
Looking for School Licenses?
We have a School License option for your team. Click the link below to learn more about group pricing!
The Autism Helper FAQs
You have questions, we have answers. Learn more about our course here.
Who is this course for?
This course was created for general and special education teachers, paraprofessionals, clinicians, and parents who are looking to learn more about behavior fundamentals and strategies.
What are the course objectives and agenda?
- Participants will define what literacy is and what are common obstacles to reading for individuals on the spectrum.
- Participants will define the goals of reading assessments and list 3 strategies for determining the reading level of each learner using either formal or informal assessments.
- Participants will list the 5 components of reading.
- Participants will identify relevant reading goals for a range of types of learners.
- Participants will define 6 strategies for creating an ideal environment for teaching reading by addressing scheduling, setting up the environment, organization, lesson planning, reinforcement, and visual support tools.
- Participants will create a lesson plan that targets individualized learner goals.
- Participants will define and identify 5 ways to utilize direct instruction to target reading goals.
- Participants will identify 2 ways to collect data on direct instruction reading goals.
- Participants will define and identify 5 ways to utilize fluency instruction to target reading goals.
- Participants will define how to collect data on fluency instruction reading goals.
- Participants will define and identify 5 ways to utilize Guided Reading Groups to target reading goals.
- Participants will identify 3 ways to collect data on Guided Reading Group reading goals.
- Participants will list the steps to create a Google Form for reading goal analysis.
- Participants will list the steps in Behavior Skills Training in relation to training team members on reading instructional techniques.
- Participants will list 3 ways to troubleshoot reading instruction when progress has not been made.
Module 1: The Good
minute 0 – 8.5
|minute 8.5 – 16.5||What is reinforcement?|
|minute 16.5 – 29||How Reinforcement Goes Wrong?|
|minute 29 – 37.5||How to Identify Reinforcers|
|minute 37.5 – 45||Making Delayed Reinforcement Work|
|minute 45 – 51||Reinforcement vs. Bribery|
|Module 2: The Bad|
|minute 51 – 66||Define the Problem Behavior|
|minute 66 – 72||Decide how to Measure the Problem Behavior|
|minute 72 – 83||Taking Baseline and ABC Data|
|minute 83 – 98||Functions of Behavior|
|minute 98 – 107||Analyzing ABC Data|
|minute 107 – 114||Using Google Forms to Analyze ABC Data|
|minute 114 – 124||Training Your Team to Take ABC Data|
Module 3: The Bad
minute 124 – 139
Change the Contingency: Starve It
|minute 139 – 158||Replacement Behavior|
|minute 158 – 164||Taking Ongoing Behavior Data|
|minute 164 – 168||Proactive Strategies: Clarify the New Deal|
|minute 168 – 172||Proactive Strategies for Attention Behaviors|
|minute 172 – 181||Proactive Strategies for Escape Behaviors|
|minute 181 – 188||Proactive Strategies for Sensory Behaviors|
|minute 188 – 198||Reactive Strategies: Planned Ignoring and Time Out|
|minute 198 – 205||Reactive Strategies: Response Interruption and Redirection|
|minute 205 – 213||Reactive Strategies: Differential Reinforcement of Other Behaviors|
|minute 213 – 223||Training Your Team to Implement the Strategy|
Module 4: When Things Don’t Go As Planned
minute 223 – 233
If Your Interventions Aren’t Working…
|minute 233 – 238||What NOT to Do|
|minute 238 – 243||User Friendly Behavior Plan|
|minute 243 – 249||Staff Training Troubleshooting|
|minute 249 – 254||Student Friendly Behavior Plan|
|minute 254 – 261||Behavior Contingency Maps|
|minute 261 – 279||Behavior Contracts|
|minute 279 – 289||How to Create a Crisis Plan|
|minute 289 – 300||Reflect and Learn from a Crisis|
When will I have access to this course?
You will receive an invite to join The Autism Helper Network within 15 minutes of signing up. Once you’ve set up your account, you will be able to access the course. You will have access to this course for 6 months from the date of purchase.
If you have not received either email within 15 minutes, please check your spam folder first. If you cannot locate them there, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I earn continuing education credits for this course?
All course content must be watched/completed in its entirety including the course feedback form within 6 months to receive any continuing education credits. The date on the certificate will match the date you complete all course components. No partial credit will be given.
You can earn 6 continuing education credits upon completion of this course. School districts differ in what they will accept as a continuing education credit. It is up to each course participant to confirm that continuing education credits from The Autism Helper, Inc. will be approved by your school district.
Sasha Long, BCBA is an Authorized Continuing Education (ACE) provider from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. This course provides Type 2 continuing education credits.
ASHA CE Registry Submission: After you complete all course components, you will be directed to fill out a form regarding ASHA CEUs. Once you fill out the form indicating that you would like your participation reported to ASHA, The Autism Helper will prepare to submit your information to the ASHA CE Registry. The Autism Helper submits this completion information monthly [on the 15th of the month]. Please allow three weeks from the submission date by The Autism Helper for the course and ASHA CEUs to appear on your ASHA transcript.
ASHA CE Provider approval and use of the Brand Block does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products or clinical procedures.
If I have a tech issue, how do I get help?
If you’re experiencing technical issues, please contact us at email@example.com.
How can I request accommodations?
The Autism Helper, Inc. is committed to providing equal opportunities in accordance with all applicable laws. If you are in need of a disability-related accommodation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We will review your request and respond in a timely manner. Please note that we will require a minimum of 4 weeks to provide a reasonable accommodation for your request.
How do I cancel? Do you offer refunds?
In the event a purchaser is not satisfied with a course, he or she can request a full refund via email to customerservice@
Please note, that any course on a subscription model rather than a one time purchase, can be canceled at any time. All memberships will renew automatically based on your subscription plan. For monthly subscriptions, a refund will be issued for the current month only, and only if the cancelation request is received within 5 days of the monthly payment. If the cancelation request is received more than 5 days after the monthly payment is processed, the purchaser will retain access for the remainder of that monthly period and the cancelation will be scheduled to process the day before the next scheduled payment. For annual subscriptions, a full refund will be issued if the cancelation request is received within 30 days of the annual payment. Any requests received after 30 days, will receive a prorated refund based on the number of months left in their annual subscription. For each month remaining, the member will be refunded $27.50.
Once you have canceled you will no longer have access to the Membership Dashboard nor any content on The Autism Helper Membership or course.
In the event The Autism Helper is unable to host a course for any reason, all associated costs and fees will be refunded to the purchasers. In the event that The Autism Helper must reschedule the start of a course and the new date is unsatisfactory to the purchaser, a full refund of costs and fees will be issued upon the purchaser’s request to customerservice@
How can I leave you a complaint, feedback or ask questions?
We’d love to hear your feedback and answer your questions! You can send them to email@example.com. We strive to respond to all feedback and question emails within 48 business hours. There is also a mandatory feedback form related to this course at the end of the course.
Financial Disclosures: Sasha Long is the founder and owner of The Autism Helper, Inc. She receives payment from the sales of all products and courses on this site.
Non-Financial Disclosures: There are no relevant non-financial disclosures.