2019 Endowed Lecture

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. This talk 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: jmcdouga@uab.edu or 205.975.0531

Registration required by emailing sdaniel@glenwood.org.
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