Presenter Information

Adrian MedinaFollow

Major

Neuroscience

Anticipated Graduation Year

2021

Access Type

Open Access

Abstract

This poster outlines two main behavioral strategies utilized by the Personal Effectiveness Program at Misericordia. It discusses studies that empirically support their efficacy in facilitating positive behavioral development in residents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. I also describe what the Personal Effectiveness Program is in the poster regarding its support to differently abled residents at Misericordia. The poster also promotes my experience with the Social Justice Internship Program through Loyola's Center for Experiential Learning, as well as my reflection about my year-long experience as an Intern at Misericordia.

Community Partners

Misericordia

Faculty Mentors & Instructors

Andrew Miller, Community Partnerships Coordinator, Center for Experiential Learning

Supported By

Rachel Michels, Director of Behavior Services, Misericordia; Lori Wright, Board-Certified Behavior Analyst, Misericordia

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License.

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Visual Schedules & Priming Strategies: Integrating Behavioral Strategies in Transition Support for Persons with ASD at Misericordia Home

This poster outlines two main behavioral strategies utilized by the Personal Effectiveness Program at Misericordia. It discusses studies that empirically support their efficacy in facilitating positive behavioral development in residents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. I also describe what the Personal Effectiveness Program is in the poster regarding its support to differently abled residents at Misericordia. The poster also promotes my experience with the Social Justice Internship Program through Loyola's Center for Experiential Learning, as well as my reflection about my year-long experience as an Intern at Misericordia.