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  • Psychoeducational assessments.
  • Counselling.
  • Behavioural assessment in inclusive classrooms and/or family home environments.
  • Presentations, professional development, and/or training related to topics within special education and disabilities (one hour to full day).
  • Program evaluation with/for school, community, and/or governmental research projects related to special education and disabilities.
  • Partnerships in writing for academic and professional professional purposes, including resource development and grant applications.
  • Supervision of candidates working towards BCBA / BCaBA supervision (on-site or remotely) in inclusive classrooms and/or family home settings. (SPACE FOR ONE SUPERVISEE–CAN BE REMOTE)

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Presentation Examples:

  • Assistive technology
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Behavioural assessment
  • Children’s literature
  • Early learners
  • Individual education plans
  • iPads in inclusive classrooms
  • Parent support
  • Peer awareness
  • Problem behaviours
  • School inclusion
  • Social skills
  • Visual strategies
  • and more …

Sample Past Presentations (Provincial/National/International):

  • Maich, K., & Bishop, C. (2019, January). Everyday mobile / assistive technology supporting adults with IDD in the community setting. Poster presentation for Division on Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Maui, HI, USA.
  • Maich, K., & Belcher, C., Maich, G., & Davis, A. (2019, January). Pathology persists and stigma stays: Representations of (autistic) Steven Greaves in the post-apocalyptic world. Poster presentation for Division on Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Maui, HI, USA.
  • Maich, K. (2018, November). Good enough | not good enough: What (might) precede and support social belonging around Disability in Newfoundland and Labrador? Lecture presentation for Ontario Council for Exceptional Children, Toronto, ON.
  • Maich K. (2018, April). What a difference we can make! Keynote session for National Institute for Learning Development. The Executive Brain: Cognition, Perception, & Emotion
  • Maich, K. (2018, March). ASD Q&A. Center for Academic Development & Enrichment, State University of New York. Oneonta, NY, USA. (via Skype)
  • McCollow, M., & Maich, K. (2018, July). Behaviour management: A crash course in supporting learners with ASD.  Breakout session speaker for Division on Autism & Developmental Disabilities Mini-Conference, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas, USA
  • Maich, K. & Byrne, O. (2018, November). Everyday ABA: Using token economies and other visuals. Key Assets, St. John’s, NL.
  • Strang, F., & Maich, K. (2018, September). Mental wellness and mindfulness. Topsail Professional Development Day, St. John’s, NL.
  • Maich K. (2018, April). What a difference we can make! Keynote session for National Institute for Learning Development. The Executive Brain: Cognition, Perception, & Emotion
  • Maich, K. (2018, March). ASD Q&A. Center for Academic Development & Enrichment, State University of New York. Oneonta, NY, USA. (via Skype
  • Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2017, June). VB MAPP, AFLS, and other social skills assessment. Ministry of Health & Community Services, St. John’s, NL
  • Bishop, C., & Maich, K. (2018, January). Creating independent community engagement through mobile assistive technology. Poster presentation for Division on Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Clearwater, FL, USA.
  • Maich, K. (2017, May). Everyday ABA. College of the North Atlantic, St. John’s NL.
  • Maich, K., & Mallabar, S., & van Rhijn, T (2015, April). Stay, play, and talk: A peer-mediated social skills program for children with ASD and other social-communication difficulties (Phase IV).  Lecture presentation for International Council for Exceptional Children, Boston, MA, USA.
  • Hall, C., van Reenan, T., Maich, K., & Mallabar, S. (2017, February). Stay, Play, & Talk. Half-day training event for Halton Catholic District School Board, Oakville, ON.
  • Mallabar, S., Maich, K, & Henning, M. (2017, January). Stay, play, and talk: A peer-mediated social skills program for children with ASD and other social-communication difficulties (Phase IV).  Lecture Presentation for Association for Applied Behaviour Analysis International: 11th Annual Autism Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA.
  • Maich, K, & Mallabar, S. (2017, January) What’s before the iPad? Teaching basic prerequisite skills for iPad use.  Featured speaker for Pre-Conference Training Institute, Division on Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Clearwater, FL, USA.
  • Sider, S., Maich, K., Morvan, J., & Specht, J. (2106, October). Principals and inclusion: Case studies for professional learning in Ontario. Case reviews with PQP instructors held at the Ontario College of Teachers, Toronto, ON.
  • Maich, K, & Hall, C. (2015, January). An iPad-infused classroom: Research-based outcomes of iPad use in two inclusive, inner-city classrooms.  Featured speaker for Pre-Conference Training Institute, Division on Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Clearwater, FL, USA.
  • Maich, K. (2016, June). Finding funding for adult housing: One family’s experience with SUCCESS!   Presentation for Autism Ontario’s Spring Training, Conference, & AGM: Mini-Conference on Housing, Toronto, ON.
  • Sider, S., Maich, K., & Morvan, J. (2016, May) School principals and students with special education Needs: Leading inclusive schools. Multi-paper presentation for Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Calgary, AB. Selected as President’s Spotlight Session.
  • Jahnke, J., & Maich, K. (2016, April). Assistive technology training for students with intellectual disabilities in an inclusive post-secondary program and its effects on independence and academic outcomes. Presentation for Inspiring Minds: Engagement, Inclusion, & Emerging Pedagogy, Mohawk College, Hamilton, ON.
  • Maich, K., & Henning, M. (2016, April).  Apps for literacy accommodations: the basics. Presentation for National Institute for Learning Development Annual Conference, Neuroplasticity: The Basis for Education, Toronto, ON.
  • Maich, K., & Henning, M. (2016, April).  Successful and effective behaviour change. Keynote Presentation for National Institute for Learning Development Annual Conference, Neuroplasticity: The Basis for Education, Toronto, ON.
  • Maich, K., & Henning, M. (2015, November). An introduction to assistive technology tools for literacy learning: The basics. Ontario Council for Exceptional Children, Niagara Falls, ON.
  • Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2015, May). Ditching the lecture: An interactive iBook workshop to demonstrate a flipped classroom model. Poster Presentation for Connect, Niagara Falls, ON.
  • Quinn, V., van Rhijn, T., Maich, K., & Hall, C. (2015, April). Peer play in inclusive child care settings: The impact of a peer-mediated social skills program in Ontario, Canada. Lecture presentation for International Council for Exceptional Children, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Hall, C., & Maich, K. (2014, May). Decreasing transition latency using iPad activity schedules for students with ASD.  Paper presentation for Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL, USA.
  • Maich, K., van Rhijn, T., & Woods, H. (2015, November). Remote assistive technology training in rural schools in Newfoundland and Labrador: Is there a need? Poster presentation for Ontario Council for Exceptional Children, Niagara Falls, ON.
  • Maich, K. & Henning, M. (2015, November). 12 visual strategies for supporting students with ASD. Edifide Annual Teachers’ Convention, Hamilton, ON.
  • Henning, M., Maich, K., Hall, C., & Sider, S. (2015, November). Making the iPad an accessible tool for students with exceptionalities: Assessing and teaching its essential prerequisite skills. Poster presentation for Ontario Council for Exceptional Children, Niagara Falls, ON.
  • Maich, K., & Hayes, C. (2014, April). An iPad-infused classroom: Research-based outcomes of iPad use in two inclusive, inner-city classrooms. Special focus presentation for International Council for Exceptional Children, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  • Maich, K, & Hall, C. (2014, January). Apps to support students with autism and other disabilities.
    Featured speaker for Pre-Conference Training Institute 2 (Assistive Technology), Division on Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Clearwater, FL, USA.
  • Maich, K, & Hall, C. (2014, January). An iPad-infused classroom: Research-based outcomes of iPad use in two inclusive, inner-city classrooms.  Featured speaker for Pre-Conference Training Institute, Division on Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Clearwater, FL, USA.
  • Maich, K. & Van Rhijn, T. (2014, January). Stay, Play, & Talk: A Peer-Mediated Social Skills Program for Preschool-Aged Children & Their Peers. Lecture presented to The Early Years Conference 2014, Shaping Childhood: Factors that Matter. Vancouver, BC.