Respecting Clients Rights: Is it Refusal or Self Advocating

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Learning Objective for Participants

  • Review socially significate behaviors.
  • Review the ethical rights of the client.
  • Pinpoint what behaviors are refusal.
  • Pinpoint what behaviors are self advocating.
  • Pinpoint the effects of treating self advocating as refusal in ABA.
  • Learn how treating some refusal behaviors negatively effect the client.

Course Outline

  • Respecting Clients Rights: Is it  Refusal or Self Advocating
  • Title Of Event: Respecting Clients Rights: Is it Refusal or Self Advocating.
  • Date and Location of Event: Self Paced online course
  • Time and Duration: 25 minutes
  • Number of CEUs: 0.5
  • Attendance Procedure: All attendees must interact with course content, view all course content including quizzes and complete an end of course test scoring an 80% or higher in order to receive the CEU.
  • Event Fee: $4.00 per person
  • Instructor: Shelby Dowd, M.S., BCBA
  • Event Covers the Following Behavior Analysis Content: Practice and Ethics
  • Event Designed for BCaBA and BCBA
  • Event Level: Basic


  • Baer, D.M., Wolf M.M., and Risley, T.(1968)Current dimensions of applied behavior analysis.Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1, 91-97.
  • Lee, A..(2020) The Importance of Self-Advocacy for Kids Who Learn and Think Differently.