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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Time Louisville Imagine! Denver and metro areas
All day
 
iCan Bike Clinic

iCan Bike Clinic

iCan Shine’s iCan Bike program teaches individuals with disabilities how to ride a conventional bike and become a lifelong independent rider! iCan Bike uses a fleet of adapted bicycles, a specialized instructional program and a trained staff to teach individuals with disabilities how to ride a bike. Riders attend the same 75-minute session each day for five consecutive days (M – F) whereby they are physically assisted and encouraged by two volunteer “spotters”. Over the course of the 5-day camp the adapted bike is adjusted to gradually introduce more instability in an effort to challenge riders at their own individual pace. 

When: Monday July 17th through Friday July 21st (Orientation Sunday, July 16th at 2pm)

Where: Ascent Community Church, 550 S. McCaslin Blvd, Louisville, CO 80027 (Old Sam's Club)

Cost: $150

Register: Download the following documents and contact Julie Darrow at 720-272-8231 or info@autismboulder.org to get the registration process started. 

Click here to fill out the online Rider Registration Form
Click here to fill out the online Volunteer Registration Form

Click here for more info on our website

Location - click on the location below to see all events at that location: 
Monday, July 17, 2017 (All day) to Friday, July 21, 2017 (All day)

 
 
 
9am
 
 
Building Cooperative Behaviors: A Free Introduction to Behavior Analysis

Building Cooperative Behaviors: A Free Introduction to Behavior Analysis

Building Cooperative Behaviors: A Free Introduction to Behavior Analysis

Jeff Kupfer, PhD, Board Certified Behavior Analyst

In order to build cooperative behaviors in others, we must learn to change our own behavior patterns and practices. This class provides a brief overview of selected evidence-based behavior principles based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). We will review the dangers of using coercive and punitive methods to change behavior, and will focus on positive alternatives.

Parents, Caregivers, Professionals, Educators/Teachers and Community Members will learn to use Cooperative Behavior Building methods for behavior change by:

  • Recognizing and understanding the five principles of behavior to enhance relationships

  • Distinguishing between proactive and reactive methods and how these two approaches result in diverse outcomes

  • Drawing upon Cooperative Behavior Building methods to increase positive behaviors and decrease challenging or problematic behaviors

Classes are free and open to the public

Class are held at the John Taylor Conference Center at 1665 Coal Creek Drive in Lafayette
9:00AM-1PM / Registration begins at 8:30AM

To register via phone, dial 303.457.5719 or via the web https://secure.imaginecolorado.org/ssl/trainingClassSignUpFree.htm

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Current course dates for 2017:

July 18

Aug 15

Sept 12

Oct 10

Nov 14

Dec 19

 

Location - click on the location below to see all events at that location: 
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Tuesday, August 15, 2017 - 9:00am to 1:00pm

 
 
4pm
 
 
 
CDOT Public Meeting - Curb Ramps & Accessibility