Past events


PEAK is an evaluation and curriculum guide for teaching basic and advanced language skills to all ages from a contemporary behavior analytical approach. 

- Enhancing your skills for addressing problem solving and perspective taking. 

- Covers aspects of language that includes foundational learning skills, perceptual learning skills, verbal comprehension skills, and verbal reasoning

Dr. Megan Miller BCBA-D

PEAK Assessment

January 6th and 7th, 2019 


- Learn why the standard methods to motivating children lead to frustration and can be simply ineffective. Master the 6 factors that motivate people and learn to identify your student's/child's "motivational Style". Gain a repertoire of effective motivational strategies and determine how to apply them by designing motivation strategies that will inspire any child to reach his or her potential.

Rick Lavoie

The Motivation Breakthrough

May 8th, 2019


Learn dozens of field-tested behavior management techniques for use at home and in the classroom. See the world through the eye of your child/student. Understand the concept of "fairness" and it's application to home and school situations. This fundamental class will forever shift your perspective and the way you interact with children with learning difficulties.

Rick Lavoie

When the Chips are Down

May 8th, 2019 

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AIM raises the bar for what best practice can be for children struggling with social discomfort, challenging behaviors, and the daily struggles with life they must navigate. This text introduces and blends together the concepts of mindfulness, ACT, and ABA. Together the approach seeks to improve the lives of children with or without disabilities who struggle with social and emotional challenges. Or in other words, every child. 

Dana Palilunas PhD. BCBA

AIM Curriculum 

June 3rd and 4th, 2019