Because of COVID-19, the need arose for Angell Animal Medical Center to help behavior clients remotely. The center devised a method to do so ethically and practically. It kept history, health and the clients’ ability to describe or safely provide behavioral examples uppermost in mind, along with the center’s ability to assess cause of behavior and explain and demonstrate alternative behaviors. Speakers will discuss case histories and methods of behavioral assessment.
- Terri Bright, Ph. D., BCBA-D, CAAB | Director of Behavior Services, MSPCA-Angell
- Jocelyn Strassel, MS, CVT | Regional Behavioral Coordinator, MSPCA-Angell
Wednesday, April 21 | 12:25 to 1:10pm Behavior Standard