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Patricia Lund, M.S., BCBA

Patricia Lund, M.S., BCBA

Patricia Lund attended the University of North Texas where she completed coursework requirements for her BCBA. She attended Brigham Young University, where she earned a master's degree in special education. While there she assisted in researching and writing articles pertaining to teaching vocational skills to young adults with autism. She received her bachelor's degree in special education with an emphasis on severe/profound disabilities and a minor in psychology from Brigham Young University. Patricia has worked with people who have disabilities for over 10 years in a variety of capacities from teaching in public schools to training staff in third world countries.

One of the most important skills to teach any child is the ability to protect themselves. There are definitely some scary statistics about how often people with disabilities are taken advantage of or abused. I don't want to dwell on those statistics, instead I want to talk about how we can teach skills that will help people with disabilities keep themselves safe.

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