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We have immediate openings for behavior therapists, Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT), and Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA).

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We will be exhibiting, sponsoring, and speaking at the upcoming Mass ABA Conference on Thursday, May 4th, 2017. If you are attending the conference, please stop by our booth or come to the presentation on Ethical Issues in Billing!

 

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Mark your calendars for a feeding talk out in Moodus, CT on Tuesday May 16, 2017 at 6:30 pm. The talk will be held at Nathan Hale-Ray Middle School Library on 73 Clark Gate Rd. See the attached flyer for additional information.

 

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Hello Melbourne!

We are pleased to announce that we are up and running in Melbourne, Florida! We areLogo offering ABA services including behavioral feeding therapy, toilet training, FBAs, and staff/parent training.

We are in the process of obtaining in-network status for major insurance carriers. If you are in the Melbourne area, please reach out to us!

Toll Free: 844-854-7400

P.O. Box 120816

West Melbourne, FL 32912

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Autism Conference 2016

I am pleased to announce that I will be speaking at an autism conference in Cyprus in 2016! Please see the attached information on the program and we hope to see you there!Cypress autism conference flyer

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MASS ABA Today

We will be at the Mass ABA conference today in Marlborough, MA. Please stop by our booth to say hello or come to my ethics presentation this afternoon. 

Hope to see you there! 

 

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I’m lucky enough to be writing from Sunny Florida. I came down here to do some work in our Florida office and given that location and our near perfect weather today, I’m especially excited Friday.

Today we have another funny Kid Quote for you.

One quiet afternoon, Tammy was in school with her therapist, Kathy. Tammy was working and looking forward to her reinforcement after she completed her work. When Tammy finished all of the work, Kathy and Tammy began to engage in play activities, such as games and silly putty. As play time began to wind down, Tammy began to get silly. Kathy recognized this and called Tammy a silly goose. Tammy replied, “ I am not a goose, I am a child!”

This can remind us of all the cute things that kids say each and every day, and how simple phrases like this can lighten up our day!

Happy Friday!!

(c) Applied Behavioral Strategies LLC 5/1/2015

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