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We have a few seats remaining in each of our classes this week. Both classes offer 4 ethics credits and both run from 1pm until 5pm. You may participate in the comfort of your home or office.

On Thursday, we will cover ethical issues related to completing FBAs and developing behavior intervention plans.

On Friday, we will cover special education law and ethical issues for behavior analysts practicing in schools.

Please visit our website to register.

It was another great FABA! I’ve made so many friends and I keep meeting more each year.

Nikki’s presidential address was definitely my favorite. I really enjoyed hearing about big data for the closing session as well. It gives me food for thought.

I enjoyed my workshop and my panel but I seriously thought our talk on assessment rocked. Too bad we were competing against big names like Merrill. None the less, we need to get this published!

If you missed FABA this year, hopefully you will make it next year in Jacksonville.

 

We are super excited to attend the MassABA event on the new CPT Codes with Dr. Wayne Fisher. It should be a very informative event. And we will have until 1/1/19 to prepare.

ABAI and BACB and APBA have released the crosswalk. Does it make your head spin too?

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Everyone seems to be settling in to the new school schedules. Meanwhile, many BCBAs will be renewing their certificates for another 2 years. Have you fulfilled your 36 hours?

We have a few seats remaining in our September courses. All 3 of the September courses offer 4 hours of ethics credits each. Each course runs from 1pm-5pm. Each course is live using WebEx. Participants may engage using their desktop computer or using a tablet or phone. The app is free! Your data plan is not.

On September 13th we have Ethical Issues in Billing Insurance.

On September 27th, we have Ethical Issues in Conducting FBAs and Developing BIPs.

On September 28th, we have Special Education Law and Ethical Issues for Practicing Behavior Analysts.

To register, simply go to our website, scroll to the bottom to complete your personal information, fill out a brief course name, and follow the link to PayPal where you may pay with your PayPal account or with your credit card. Checks and Purchase Orders are also accepted. However, we need a copy of the check or Purchase Order to reserve your seat.

Please email the office (info at applied behavioral strategies dot com) or call us toll free at 844.854.7400.

Our BCBAs are meeting with the developers of #BIP Track. They have so many new developments! Lots of oohs and aaahs in the room.

Hi! It’s Missy! I’m going to be speaking at ABAI this weekend!

First up is a workshop on Friday regarding Special Education Law and Ethical Issues for Practicing Behavior Analysts.

Also on Friday is a workshop on Ethical Issues in Billing for ABA Services.

Then on Sunday, I’m honored to be speaking on a panel with Megan Miller and Tim Courtney regarding ethical business practices.

If you aren’t coming to any of those sessions, hopefully we will see you in one of the other hundreds of sessions. I’m interested in business matters, supervision strategies, feeding research, and of course, ethical issues.

Hope to see you there!

 

We are super excited to share with our followers the new data collection software program we have been utilizing.

BIP Track combines intuitive tools into one comprehensive portal. Our team of BCBAs, RBTs, and BTs are able to collect, analyze, and report on behavior and skill acquisition program data in real time.

One of our BCBAs, Sara Hult, worked with the developers, Gene & Dave, to help the software meet all of our needs. Our team has tried every data collection tool on the market, and none of those programs could meet our needs.

Here are some of the features that set BIP Track apart from “the others”

  • live reporting available on any client at any time
  • track multiple clients at one time
  • graphs automatically update (insert your trend lines!)
  • IOA data collection is built in
  • track multiple types of data including frequency, duration, and interval recording
  • student self-evaluations are available for your self-management plan
  • supervisor notes may be submitted as they occur
  • therapist SOAP notes are created as the session progresses
  • link IEP goals to trackables and skill acquisition programs
  • HIPAA compliant even when sharing SOAP and supervisor notes!
  • dashboard and interface are user-friendly

We are so pleased with this product that in March of this year, our entire team moved over to BIP Track and we couldn’t be happier.

Disclaimer: we do not receive any income from BIP Track!

 

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