Christine Eadon, BCR

Training Behaviour Analyst (Intern)

CE 2015

Christine Eadon holds a Masters of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis from St. Cloud State University. Christine currently works under the supervision of a Board Certificated Behaviour Analysts (BCBA). Under the supervision of a BCBA, Christine designs comprehensive applied behaviour analytic or ABA programs for students diagnosed with autism in the home, school and community settings. Programs focus on academic, communication, social skills, leisure skills, and self-management.   Christine works with student’s aged 2 – 27 years old. Christine also works as a Junior Behaviour Consultant under the supervision of a BCBA supporting adults and youth living in an ABA Teaching Home in the lower Mainland.

Christine completed a Bachelor degree in Community Rehabilitation graduating from the University of Calgary. Christine also holds an Advanced Citation in Disability and Applied Behaviour Analysis, Behaviour Intervention Certificate, and Diploma in Classroom and Community support from Douglas College.

 

Conference Presentations

  • Eadon, C., & Schulze, K. (2017, March).  An Evaluation of the Acquisition of Receptive Labels using Traditional Materials versus the iPad. Symposium conducted at the 9th annual conference of the British Columbia Association for Behaviour Analysis in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Eadon, C., & Pastrana, S. (2016, March). Using a Progressive Ratio Schedule to Assess Potential Reinforcers for an Adult with Autism.  Symposium conducted at the 8th annual conference of British Columbia Association for Behaivour Analysis in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Eadon, C., & Baxter, S. (2015, March).  Using the iPad to Increase Independence With Learners with Autism. Mini-Seminar presented at the 7th annual conference of the British Columbia Association for Behaviour Analysis in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Eadon, C., & Frewing, T. (2015, March). The Effects of Hierarchical Exposure on Target Food Consumption.  In Egan, C. (Chair). Reducing food selectivity in young children with autism spectrum disorders. Symposium conducted at the 7th annual Conference the British Columbia Association of Behaviour Analysis in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Eadon, C., & Pastrana, S. (2013, March). Using the iPad application ‘Injini’ to teach generalization of tracing skills. Poster presented at the 5th annual conference of the British Columbia Association for Behaviour Analysis.