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We are registered to do business in Tennessee! We are so thrilled to be expanding and to soon be offering services to children with behavioral challenges and their families.doing-business-in-tn

We are thrilled to be participating in the Behavior Analysis in Education Series (BAES) through ACES! Here is a link to the entire series. Or if you want to read more about the topics, click here. If you like what you see, click here to register.idea-logo

Dr. Olive will be presenting on Special Education Law and Ethical Issues for Behavior Analysts working in the schools.

We will be attending all of these and we hope to see you at them too! If you attend, be sure to say hello!

 

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I would like to share information with readers and followers regarding the availability of two separate research studDocumentsies for children with autism and/or their parents. Participation in on-going research is important to help push the field along in our understanding of autism, behavioral challenges, and ways to support and/or intervene.

The first study is looking at ACT which is a behaviorally-based method of therapy. This study is for a student’s doctoral dissertation. ACT Parenting Workshop Flyer – Summer

The second study is being conducted by Rebecca Landa from Kennedy Kreiger.

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Maybe I’ll blog about these studies when they are finally published!

We were quite pleased to see this post in the Stamford Advocate today! Yay Team ABS!

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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

We have a webinar on Thursday, Ethics in Social Media. This 4-hour training course meets the ethics requirements described by the BACB. We have a few seats remaining so if you need to fulfill your ethics requirement or if you are in need of a few more credit hours before you renew, visit our website to register.social media data

I came across this link on one of my news feeds. It is super cool that the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta in conjunction with Delta Airlines are doing this!

WingsforAutismI have written about travel tips before. If you are interested, you can read them here and here. I have also published a piece on traveling with autism in the Autism File (2012, July).

And obviously this is great news just in time for some spring break and all summer travel plans! Happy traveling!!

To read this story, click here; or to listen to it, press the play button when you reach the news story link.

 

 

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