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The MENTOR Network
Behavior Specialist was asked...July 31, 2015

what is your experience working with individuals with a disability?

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I have been working with individuals with a disability for 5 years.

The Summit Center

They asked what you know about ABA and what experience you have with it. They also try to determine if you are qualified both physically and mentally for working with this special population. They need to know that you will be able to work with students that potentially can be violent and how you would react to them.

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I did not have any experience with ABA but had researched it. I let them know a brief overview of it. Less

how can you take a child daily getting under your skin saying the worst things you could imagine? Do you have tough skin? If a rough oversized kid became agressive how would you handle with that?

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I have thick skin. No matter what i will maintain professsionalism. I can do the job and I am definitley strict and no non sense. Less

Learning ARTS

Do you have any past experience working with kids?

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Yes 25 years

Yes

No I didn't

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Centria Healthcare

What experience do you have in the field?

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I told them my experience.

I completed a master's project on autism creating a resource guide of doctors in different regions of South Carolina willing to see autistic kids and I spent one year in a mod/severe class and worked with a high functioning autistic student on reading intervention Less

I completed a master's project on autism creating a resource guide of doctors in different regions of South Carolina willing to see autistic kids and I spent one year in a mod/severe class and worked with a high functioning autistic student on reading intervention Less

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I Am Boundless

what kind of manager do you want

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Any

Ready

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Centria Healthcare

My past experience and understanding of ABA.

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Explaining my past and current experience in this field.

From doing a master's project on autism ABA stands for Applied Behavioral Analysis. It's a form of behavioral therapy for children on the ASD spectrum that aims to teach them social and communication skills Less

from completing a master's project on autism ABA stands for applied behavioral analysis that looks at factors affecting behavior and how learning occurs and uses a variety of behavioral strategies, learning principles and environmental modifications to teach autistic kids social, communication, academic and self care skills Less

GoldStar Learning Options

Why do you want to work here?

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Yes

Yes

I like to up grade my Skills

Centria Healthcare

Why do you want to work with autistic children?

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Because I have a passion to unlock what a child frustratingly cannot communicate

I have always wanted to see what working with an autistic child was like in practice rather than just reading about the theory behind ABA and the IEP goals Less

I've always wanted to see what it's like working with autistic children in practice rather than just reading about the idea behind the IEP goals or principles of behavioral therapy Less

Centria Healthcare

very easy questions about have you worked with children and if any with special needs.

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very generic questions

I have been tutoring math and language arts to low-income kids for 12 years both individual and small group, 2 years afterschool and 1 year mod/severe autism class Less

worked as a tutor in math and language arts to grades k-6 in low-income areas, afterschool educator and 1 year with severe autistics Less

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