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Positive Behavior Support: An Approach to Supporting Individuals with Disabilities and Sexual Offending Behaviors - Shared screen with speaker view
Laura Sabados
24:02
Time alone to meditate and plan.
Jessica Christensen
24:13
Opportunities for hiking and time in nature.
LaTanya Davenport
24:17
Spirituality
Mariah Tricker
24:21
Mariah.a.tricker@state.mn.us
jordan burkle
24:26
agreed! Time alone to sit outside and be still helps the most
Candace Chamberlain
24:35
time off from work to pursue interests and spend time with my kids
Laura Casper
25:27
time with friends that are not work related
Robin Wilson
26:09
This year has been all about family, so far. I think I'd actually like a little less.
Laura Casper
26:14
Exercise
Jackie Loud - CED PBS
26:27
alone time to chill out
Leah Newson
26:54
A balance of work, nature, and time with loved ones
LaTanya Davenport
27:08
Well said!
Stephanie Steel
27:11
going to my cabin, spending time outdoors
Amy Alford
27:11
I spent my birthday alone last week too, mi us dinner and it was glorious!
Mariah Tricker
28:18
mariah.a.tricker@state.mn.us
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
29:48
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Jeanie Woltz
32:33
I am not a BCBA, but would like a certificate for my attendance
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
32:56
BCBA check in, email mariah.a.tricker@state.mn.us
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
33:07
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LaTanya Davenport
33:26
yes
Jeanie Woltz
33:31
yes
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
36:28
🍁🍁🍁
Daniel Henry
37:20
Yes
Marc Maus
40:45
Thanks, Molly!
Lauren Allen
40:53
Thank you!
LaTanya Davenport
41:03
Thank you:)
Anastasia Riley
41:09
Thanks!!! :)
Jeanie Woltz
41:21
Thank you so much for sharing
Michelle Witt
41:32
thank you'1
Patricia Hartsock
41:37
Thank you!
Heather Coates
41:59
wonderful! will those links be sent to our email?
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
42:30
Or they can email hcpbsnetwork@gmail.com
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
42:43
We will also post them on our awesome website!
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
45:15
www.hcpbs.org will have them along with a recording of the webinar.
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
54:04
That is a really good point.
Richard Amado
56:27
Many typical teens have sex even though they cannot legally consent, and might not have the information to make an informed decision. It seems to me we do not contextualize in a consistent way, similar behavior among people with cognitive disabilities.
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
57:00
Good point, Rich!
Richard Amado
58:47
no problem
Laura Casper
58:58
Love the title! I feel the same way. I don't like that most dance teams and pageant girls are barely dressed with the make-up .
Kelli Bodie-Miner
01:02:07
Hebephilia, zoophilia, necrophilia 😎
Stacy Nonnemacher
01:06:59
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Michelle Witt
01:08:55
I would have been inclined to "most" but also consider that some behaviors may have medical/medication issue as root causes...so I would consider this as well
Juli Carson
01:09:32
No one size can fit all. Things are dependant on the individual ad behaviours presented
Liza Koonin
01:09:43
Agreed. I believe that nothing can be a good fit for everyone. But "most" sounds about right!
Natasha Gately
01:09:56
If the issue requiring support is outside your scope of practice and better suited to another profession or collaboration, it is possible that you could do harm without the full understanding. Also if the behaviour is related to a medical issue, it may not be appropriate.
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
01:18:42
Really, this should be part of an FBA. Y
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
01:18:54
Yes, the slide show is stil going and I can see it on my screen.
Anastasia Riley
01:20:04
Looking at the function of why the person may not want to engage in the task for example someone may not want to engage in a hygiene task due to their past abuse so that trauma informed lens is so imperative
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
01:22:22
Sometimes people who have experienced sexual assault feel like if they are unclean, they will be less attractive as victims.
Marc Maus
01:27:06
Or learning from watching porn
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
01:28:19
Kids with disabilities are often excluded from health class
LaTanya Davenport
01:29:52
That's a good point Molly! Thank you.
Bethan Lepley
01:36:44
Which tool is more appropriate for individuals with IDD?
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
01:41:41
https://www.atsa.com/
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
01:44:55
Gotta love a good acronym!
Richard Amado
01:45:37
What happened to the CAST-MR?
Richard Amado
01:46:52
Competence Assessment for Standing Trial for People with Intellectual Disabilities
Steve Dahl
01:49:02
Here's a 2022 journal article reviewing the research and legal admissibility of the CAST-MR: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00223891.2021.1951742
Mariah Tricker
01:49:21
Thank you Steve! You are quick :-)
Stacy Nonnemacher
01:58:16
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Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
02:05:15
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Stacy Nonnemacher
02:06:01
Anyone else thinking about how they will be modifying their FBA?
Susan Henderson
02:06:29
Love the thermometer! I would love a copy of that!
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
02:06:52
It's people who use disability support services.
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
02:11:30
Those numbers are still accurate according to more recent research.
Marc Maus
02:12:20
The research I've seen says the numbers are inaccurate in that they are too low due to reporting and communication issues
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
02:13:29
And touch deprived.
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
02:14:47
And non-disabled people have access to getting a massage, manicure, or other opportunities for socially appropriate touch.
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
02:27:46
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Richard Amado
02:28:10
This webinar has been exceptional in my view. The material points to quality of life, highly individualized and personalized interventions and supports, objective assessment, practical solutions, etc. Dr. Wilson also presented some socially sensitive material in a very clinical and "uncharged" way.
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
02:28:54
Thanks, Rick!
LaTanya Davenport
02:29:38
Thank you
Michelle Witt
02:29:42
Thank you!
Laura Sabados
02:29:46
THANK YOU!!!
Helen Dinan
02:29:49
Thank you!
Patricia Hartsock
02:29:57
Thank you! This was great!
Lizzie Mason
02:29:57
Thank you so much
Darcy Creech
02:29:58
Thank you!
Stacy Nonnemacher
02:30:00
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Lisa Richard
02:30:06
Thank you! Great webinar!
Mariah Tricker
02:30:16
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Marc Maus
02:30:17
Excellent!!!
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
02:30:18
Please complete the evaluation:
Mariah Tricker
02:30:22
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Leah Newson
02:30:43
Thank you very much!
Helen Dinan
02:30:50
evening here in Ireland! thank you
Carissa Jivery
02:31:00
Thank you!
Molly Dellinger-Wray she/her
02:31:00
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Lauren Allen
02:31:01
Thanks very much, Robin
Heather Coates
02:31:07
thank you!