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A lot of people think that conferencing is just about getting CE’s for certification renewal. Conferencing actually has multiple purposes. First, it is an opportunity to learn about a new area of interest. Remember, the BCBA credential is an entry level credential. The scope of practice for a new BCBA is extremely limited. Thus, conferencing can be a great way to start training on a new area/scope of practice.

Regional Conferences (i.e., your state association such as Florida ABA or CT ABA, or Mass ABA) provide an opportunity for you to remain current about issues within your state. Perhaps your state is trying to push for licensing of behavior analysis. You need to attend to be in the know! For Florida, the current issues around medicaid are a key focus for many providers.

Did you know you also have an ethical obligation to your state association? yes! under the BACB Professional and Ethical Compliance Code, 6.01 b), “behavior analysts have an obligation to participate in behavior-analytic professional and scientific organizations or activities.” Therefore, you should conference because it’s ethical!

Conferencing is a great time to network with other providers, scientists, product development teams, and sometimes payors. Put your best foot forward and make those connections!

Finally, conferencing is a wonderful time to see friends and colleagues. Rest up before conferences so you have the energy and stamina to get it all in. Check out these photos from our fun times together.

Some of our Florida team!

Conferencing Links

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The SEEK conference is slated for Saturday October 5th. This was a great conference last year! Please consider attending, especially if you are interested in legal matters for your child.

Here is the registration link if you wish to register yourself. https://seekct.com/annual-conference

Here is the registration link if you wish to register yourself. https://seekct.com/annual-conference

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Behavior analysts need 4 continuing education credits in Ethics every 2 years. This results in ethics credits being one of the highly sought out types of continuing education.

If you have found yourself in need of those ethics credits, we offer several opportunities through our online live webinars which we will now be recording and making available following each course.

Online continuing education offers some benefits but it also lacks one of my favorite things which is the socialization opportunities that go hand in hand with conferences. So, if you are needing some social time AND those ethics credits, you should check out the 7th Annual Ethics in Professional Practice Conference at Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts. And if you register BEFORE 7/15, you will receive the lower registration price.

Hope to see you there!

Related Posts on Ethics

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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.

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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.

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We are pleased to announce our list of webinars for 2018! Our courses include the supervision course for those of you who need 3 hours in supervision. We also offer the 8-hour supervision course for those of you who need to supervise others in the profession. We are also offering several ethics courses including our most popular SPED Law and Ethical Issues for Behavior Analysts, Ethical Issues in Billing, and Ethical Issues in Completing FBAs and Developing BIPs.

Don’t forget, we offer group rates for individuals who share a computer or for 3 or more individuals from the same organization.

Please visit our website for additional information and to register.

Hope to “see” you in one of our upcoming courses!

ABS 2018 Webinars 10.18.17

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