POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT – NV
LAS VEGAS PARENT TRAINING
A new session of PBS Parent Training is about to begin!
Understand challenging behaviors and develop effective strategies
Who is this for?
PBS Parent Training is for parents, family members, friends, teachers, staff and other professionals of individuals with disabilities who engage in challenging behaviors. Children do not attend the trainings. Daycare is not provided; please make other arrangements.
What do we mean by challenging behavior?
Challenging behaviors are behaviors that create a significant barrier to participation in
family life, school, work, or community activities. Challenging behaviors may be
dangerous, aggressive, self-injurious, or highly disruptive.
What is the goal/outcome of this training?
In this training, you will: 1.) Identify one challenging behavior 2.) Understand the purpose of that behavior 3.) Develop strategies to decrease the problem behavior 4.) Increase overall quality of life for everyone involved
Dates: Thursdays on 11/13, 11/20, 12/4, 12/11 & 12/18.
Each session builds on the previous session- you must plan to attend ALL sessions.
Time: 6:00 – 8:30 pm
Location: Desert Regional Center 1391 S. Jones Blvd. Administration Building.
Fees: A ONE TIME donation of $20 is requested to cover the cost of dinner. If you cannot pay, please still attend. The donation is tax deductible and if paid with check, you will receive a receipt.
For more information or to register, please contact Ray Reece @ (702) 332-3555 or rreece@unr. Edu Space is limited- call today to reserve your spot!
PBS-NV, Sierra Regional Center & UNR, with funding from:
The Fund for a Healthy Nevada and
The Office of Disability Services