S.T.A.R. Training: Behavior Basics

S.T.A.R. Training: Behavior Basics

Training Topic: Behavior Basics – Sat. June 12 (10 – 11:30 a.m.)
This training will focus on basic proactive strategies to help caregivers reduce challenging behaviors that their children may exhibit. Topics will include reinforcement of positive behaviors, simple communication strategies, and other behavioral tips and techniques.

  • Presenter: Mary Chambers, BCBA, Supervising Clinician – Behavior Support

What is S.T.A.R.?

The Summit Center’s S.T.A.R. Training, funded by the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD), offers parents and caregivers the opportunity to learn new strategies to support you through various stages of your child’s life. All sessions will be conducted virtually by members of The Summit Center’s professional staff with significant background, training, and experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities. For those who participate, virtual respite opportunities may be available at a later date.

Am I Eligible?

All sessions are free of charge and open to those who are OPWDD eligible. Those who have Self Direction will need to include this in their budget. Call the numbers below for more information.

How Do I Register? 

Please view our flyer to learn how to register.



Saturday, June 12


10 - 11:30 a.m.

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