Using Behavioral Skills Training to Teach Child Abduction Prevention Strategies

Date and Time
Previously Recorded
May 23, 2024 1:00 PM
Webinar Length
On-demand Recording
30 days
CEU Amount
CEU Type
General Learning
Chelsee Bznuni, MA, BCBA
Webinar Description

The impact of a child gone missing is a harrowing reality that affects thousands of children each year, with a significant number of cases involving family members, caregivers, or other individuals known to the victims. This contradicts the popular notion that children are primarily abducted by strangers. Despite numerous efforts to safeguard children, many still fall victim to abduction. Behavior analysts can use our science to teach the skills that potential victims can use to make abduction less likely. Because behavior analysts often treat children both in the home and at schools, we are in a unique situation to combat the trend. This presentation will review the history of abduction prevention while demonstrating a socially significant and effective intervention to teach abduction prevention strategies.

Learning Objectives
  • Participants will understand the challenges with traditional abduction prevention interventions.
  • Participants will identify common themes across behavior intervention strategies.
  • Participants will develop intervention strategies using BST to teach children safe and appropriate responses to lures.

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