Sexual Abuse of People with Intellectual Disabilities

$30.00

This course counts as 3 ethics BACB CEUs.

Sexual Abuse of People with Intellectual Disabilities takes a look at the reality of sexual abuse of individuals affected with intellectual disabilities (ID). The facts are intertwined with qualitative experiences of this population and their unique vulnerabilities and struggles.

The 2018 NPR investigation on the sexual abuse of individuals with intellectual disabilities, Abused and Betrayed, is reviewed and examined for applications to the work of behavior analysts. Themes from the investigation are considered with regard to the BACB ethical code.

Target audience: Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Assistant Behavior Analysts

 

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Reviews

  1. niamh (verified owner)

    Excellently developed. Clear, thought provoking and practical.

  2. sarahjeanholmes (verified owner)

    This was an excellent and well designed course that used the NPR Series to teach the prevalence of sexual abuse of people with intellectual disabilities. I liked how the author(s) teach how BCBAs and staff members can identify, prevent, and respond to victims of such crimes. Although the topic of this course was heartbreaking, I found the information to be beneficial and feel I can use what I learned to better serve and teach others.

  3. AWDoll (verified owner)

    Course is based on NPR investigative series. Many of the stories are heartbreaking. Course discusses actions behavior analysts can take to help prevent, detect, and respond to sexual abuse.

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