“Every individual should be able to access things that they like,” said Monica Fisher, M.Ed., BCBA/COBA, director of the behavior department at Monarch Center for Autism during an edWebinar. “It is our right to engage in preferred activities, spend time with family, and connect with the community. If there are behaviors that you are seeing in your students with disabilities and challenging behaviors that are limiting these rights, then it is something we need to fix as it can have a long-term impact on their quality of life."

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), a technological and professional systematic approach,...

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  • About the Author:

    Eileen Belastock, CETL is the director of academic technology for Mount Greylock RSD in Williamstown, Mass. You can follow her on Twitter @EileenBelastock.