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We have updated webinars in the future covering the training you need! Flyers and syllabi are available for each webinar!

Make sure to visit our web page to get all the information and details on each one, so you don’t miss out! Check for dates that work for you and times they occur in the day.

Cost may vary, along with the credits they provided.

Don’t stress! These webinars can be learned from the comfort of your very home or office space! There are reduced rates available for groups of three!

Upcoming Webinars:

July 11th– Ethical Issues in Supervising and Training (Part 1)

July 12th– Supervision (Part 2) Skill Demonstration

August 22nd– Ethical Issues in Conducting FBAs and BIP Development

September 12th– SPED Law and Ethical Issues for Behavior Analysts

(Make sure to visit our website to get all the information you need to make learning easy for you!)

Contact: 203-903-9363 for any questions.

To Register: http://www.appliedbehavorialstrategies.com/workshops

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We are SUPER happy to support this event!!

Below you will find important information regarding the event activity!

Location: Pepper Park Northside (behind Navy Seal Museum)  (parking free)!

Check in: Exhibitors will be greeted at the entrance to the beach by John Denny And/or Tracy Basta

Time: Start checking in by 7:30am – Please be set up by 8:30am – Our event runs from 9am-4pm

**For safety purposes, please make sure that your tent is secured with tie downs and buckets. (You must bring your own)
There will be complimentary water throughout the day and lunch available after our families and volunteers have theirs.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask. I am attaching a digital copy of our event poster for you.
If by any chance you cannot attend the event, please let us know.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there!

Thank you, Tracy Bastante Surfers for Autism VP Marketing & Media  561-866-7979 tracy@surfersforautism.org

Colleen C. DeMello, MA, LPC, BCBA, LBA
Regional Clinical Director

Applied Behavioral Strategies LLC
3320 Cardinal Drive # 643629
Vero Beach, FL  32963

Office: 844-854-7400 Fax: 203-513-3352
www.appliedbehavioralstrategies.com

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Join the Journal Club focusing on Optimal Outcomes! If you’re interested, this is the meeting for you!

Journal Club Optimal Outcomes 
Mon, Jun 3, 2019 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT 

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. 
https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/117059269

You can also dial in using your phone. 
United States: +1 (646) 749-3122 

Access Code: 117-059-269 

New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts: 
https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/117059269

Moulton, E., Barton, M. Robins, D. L., Abrams, D. N., & Fein, D. (2016).

Early characteristics of children with ASD who demonstrate optimal progress between age two and four. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46, 2160-2173.

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BCBA Training

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

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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!

 

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Mass ABA

If you are at the Mass ABA conference, stop by the booth and say hello. Grab some candy. Pick up our list of BACB continuing education events.

Also, Dr. Olive is speaking on special education law and ethical issues for behavior analysts practicing in the schools.

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