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In this free Q&A session you'll get answers to questions commonly asked by parents and professionals just like yourself who want to get started with TAGteach.

Here are the questions Martha will answer:

  1. - How can I set up a WOOF plan to address a behavior?
  2. - Will I have to tag and treat forever?
  3. - What TAGteach resources are available to help people get started?
  4. - How can I use TAGteach with a child at the severe end of the spectrum?
  5. - How can I use TAGteach with speech and language issues?
  6. - How can I use TAGteach in the classroom?

This is a half-hour-long Q&A with questions from parents and experts. You'll get great answers to specific questions and you'll come away with lots to think about and implement right away in your own teaching.



There are no CEUs offered for this session


Martha Gabler MA, is a long time member of the TAGteach Faculty and she has presented on TAGteach many times. She is a popular speaker at conferences and has had several articles published in Autism Parenting magazine.

Martha is the mother of an adult son who is nonverbal and has severe autism. In the early years, with no access to services, she had to find out on her own about and implement Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)-based methods to help him learn. He made great progress with ABA, Verbal Behavior, Direct Instruction, Precision Teaching, and TAGteach. Her son learned so many new skills via TAGteach, and it was so easy and inexpensive to use, that she wrote a book about her experience entitled, Chaos to Calm: Discovering Solutions to the Everyday Problems of Living with Autism. 

It's Martha's wish that all autism parents learn about TAGteach and the effective implementation of positive-reinforcement in teaching their children and that they learn about this as early as possible.