Carl Sundberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D, the Chief Clinician and Co-Founder of Behavior Analysis Center for Autism, discusses the importance of managing expectations when it comes to seeking treatment for a child who has autism. Read the full article in Indy’s Special Child here.
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Dr. Carl Sundberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D, will be presenting at this year’s Michigan Autism Conference! Thursday, Sept. 15th, 1-2:20 pm, Arcadia Ballroom Carl Sundberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D (Behavior Analysis Center for Autism) Teaching in the Natural Environment Teaching in the natural environment can be difficult but is critical. This is one of the areas that parents, behavior… Read more »
A note from BACA’s Dr. Carl Sundberg: I would like to congratulate Dr. Alan Poling for receiving this year’s International Humanitarian Award from the American Psychological Association. I am very proud to say that Dr. Poling was an academic advisor of mine at Western Michigan University. I took six classes from Dr. Poling, worked… Read more »
BACA’s Dr. Carl Sundberg will be presenting at this year’s National Autism Conference at Penn State University on Aug. 4th. The Benefits of Using Sign Language to Teach Mands and Other Verbal Operants to Nonvocal Students with Autism: Students with autism who do not emit vocal response forms are at a tremendous disadvantage when it… Read more »
Dr. Carl Sundberg will be presenting at the Michigan Autism Conference on Thurs., Sept. 25th! Via MAC’s program: 2:00 p.m. – 2:50 p.m.; Arcadia Ballroom 2 Carl T. Sundberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D (Behavior Analysis Center for Autism) Maintaining Skill Repertoires Taught to Children with Autism There is much more to skill maintenance than conducting maintenance trials…. Read more »