Glenwood Endowed Lecture at UAB

Approaches For Students Who Present Complex Challenges

Students on the autism spectrum with co-occurring mental health & behavioral issues can present challenges to those who interact with them. Cathy Pratt, BCBA-D, Director of Indiana Resource Center for Autism, will discuss the issues faced by Indiana, strategies used to create systems, and how to adopt strategies to support these students.

  • Assessing problematic behaviors & designing behavior support plans
  • Teaching alternative skills using evidence-based practices
  • Adopting strategies for building local capacity & creating a statewide infrastructure
Date:             April 25, 2019
Time:            11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Cost:             FREE (Reservation required)
Location:     Alumni Theater, 3rd floor UAB Hill Student Center (HSC)
                          1300 University Blvd, Birmingham, AL
                         (corner of University Blvd. & 14th St. S.)
Parking:        Lot 5A next to the HSC—Enter on 16th Ave. S. between University Blvd. & 7th Ave ($2-$6 range)
                          Metered parking available on 14th St. & on 7th Ave. S.
                          Other public decks at 1801 4th Ave. S, 1915 University Blvd., 1720 University Blvd. & 1713 6th Ave. S.
CEUs Approved:
  • 1.0 nursing contact hr by The Deep South Center for OH&S, provider #ABNP0420 for the ABN
  • 1.0 SW contact hr by The UAB Civitan-Sparks Clinics, provider #0604 for the ASBSWE
  • 1.0 BACB Type II CEU provided by The Alabama Association for Behavior Analysis
  • 1.0 contact hr by The National Board of Public Health Examiners

Questions? Contact Julie McDougal: or 205.975.0531

Registration required by emailing
Lecture will be live-streamed on the UAB School of Public Health’s YouTube channel:
It will also be archived on the UAB SOPH website
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