Course curriculum

  • 1


    • Welcome!

    • Slide deck download

  • 2


  • 3


    • Flexibility

    • Flexibility (2)

  • 4
  • 5

    Impulse Control

    • Impulse Control

    • Impulse control (2)

  • 6


    • Planning

  • 7

    Problem Solving

    • Problem Solving

  • 8

    Last steps

    • Conclusion

    • Completion Survey


Learners will identify how executive functions can be addressed in ABA programming
Learners will identify at least 3 strategies and/or visual aids for addressing for each of the 5 areas below:

  • Flexibility

  • Leveled emotions

  • Impulse control

  • Planning

  • Problem Solving

Hear reviews from fellow BCBAs about this course:

  • Gila Fiscus

    “Incredible!! Sarah's course was ever so practical! I walked away with so many tools to add to my toolbox. The material was applicable to all age groups. I recommend this course for parents and educators with immense enthusiasm.”

  • Deena Braun
    Ms. Ed., LBA, BCBA Clinical Director of Connect Plus Therapy

    "Sarah's presentation was amazing! Rarely do I walk away from a presentation with so many hands-on practical strategies that I can begin to implement right away with my clients! I highly recommend her training!"

  • Alysmarie Tenyson

    "Worth every penny. My clients can do everything in their program book, but this course helped with their OVERALL functioning. "


  • How long do I get access to the recording for?

    30 days from purchase or 30 days from when the class is given, whichever comes last

  • Any group discount available?

    Groups of 3 or more can get coupons for 25% off! Email for the code


Sarah Schwartz


Sarah Schwartz is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst as well as a Licensed Behavior Analyst in the state of NY. She received her Masters of Science degree in Special Education from Touro College and completed her coursework in Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology. She has been working with children on the autism spectrum for close to 15 years.
Sarah began her training in an ABA center for children with autism where she focused on discreet trial training, social skills training, and mainstreaming children into local schools and camps. She has worked to create behavior plans for special education classes, mainstream classes and home settings. She is currently supervising cases involving children with ASD as well other developmental disabilities.

Help your clients master Executive Functioning Skills!

Tons of visual aid downloads, recommended readings, goal samples, and strategies

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