Ethics of Punishment Panel Discussion

Dave Manson, Shawn Quigley, and Stacie Rulison

Ethics of Punishment Panel Discussion

Dave Manson, Shawn Quigley, and Stacie Rulison

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A panel discussion at the 2016 Michigan Autism Conference

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Abstract

Parents and professionals, at times, support children and adults who are at risk of harm to themselves or others. The risk might be aggression toward the parent, professional or others that results in injuries (e.g., bruises, cuts, broken bones). It might be self-injury such as head-banging or eye-gouging. It might also be running into a crowded intersection. Many treatment models attempt to reduce the likelihood and level of risk of these types of situations, but there are times when such situations occur. Parents and professionals are hopefully trained to use crisis management procedures to reduce the current situation. However, how do parents and professionals decide which crisis management procedure is likely to reduce the risk? Which crisis management procedure will reduce the risk of harm to the individual and others? These are just a few questions related to crisis management procedures. The purpose of this presentation is to provide evidence from the research literature that has addressed these questions.

About the Panel

  • Dave Manson, M.A., Ed.S. (Van Buren Intermediate School District)
  • Shawn P. Quigley, Ph.D., BCBA-D (University of New Mexico Medical Group)
  • Stacie Rulison, M.S., M.Ed., BCBA (Grand Valley State University and Parent of a Child with Autism)

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A.M.
Very Educational & Not Hard to Listen To

I am a student of ABA; and much of this is still new. I am interested in this topic of “punishment” - as a whole and from the ethics aspect. I found this panel discussion very interesting and the presenters didn’t put me to sleep!

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D.S.
So much better than snap-on tonneau.

So the title auto-filled from a review I wrote for my new truck bed cover. My previous cover really sucked so I guess this talk was better than that. But it was (1) pretty dry - OK, I expected that. But (2), they grappled with some tough issues that clearly didn't have easy black or white answers and then they didn't really provide any guidance on how a listener might proceed when faced with one of those issues. So yeah, better than the snap-on tonneau cover that I could never get back on when it was cold out but could have dug a little deeper into the issues.

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A.M.H.

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Around 20 minutes was beneficial. The remaining discussion time was very specific to the US state within which the panel was presented.

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