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We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website! It is the same URL address, just new updatesgraph to make it easier for mobile users to stay in touch.

Our applied behavior analysis (ABA) team has worked hard to complete professional photos, update bios, and introduce our new behavioral feeding page!

Don’t miss our upcoming webinars for 2017. We offer group rates for 3 or more individuals from the same agency who are taking the course from separate computers. Our best discount is for groups who will share a computer during the webinar! Register 1 person at full price and all others are only $10! That’s right, $10 for the whole course when you share a computer. To register, simply visit our website here, scroll to the very bottom, enter your name and other pertinent information, enter an abbreviated title, and follow the link to PayPal where you may pay with your account or with any credit card. We also accept purchase orders from school districts!

Did you know that ABS has a monthly journal club where you earn 1 CE each month? Did I mention that the  Journal Club is FREE? All you have to do is join the club, read the article, and be present for the discussion. Email the info line at: info at applied behavioral strategies dot com to join the journal club.

If you haven’t been to our page in a while, hop over for a visit to meet our amazing team of BCBAs. (As an aside, we are currently hiring full- and part-time BCBAs.  If you are bi-lingual Spanish, we would be thrilled. We are also hiring part-time behavior therapists.) Come join our awesome team!

And finally, if you just want to stay in touch, join our mailing list here.

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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

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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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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

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We are pleased to announce our list of webinars for 2016. While these webinars are designed for continuing education for BCBAs and BCaBAs, we welcome other attendees with the understanding that the purpose of the training is based on advanced behavioral principles.

We will continue to offer our supervision training  a couple of times this year including the required 3- hour training for existing supervisors. And we are thrilled to offer a new training on the ethical issues associated with billing health care insurance for ABA services.

Please visit our website for additional information or to regisABS 2016 Webinarster for courses. If you have questions, please email us at info at applied behavioral strategies dot com.

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child taking pillsA shout out to Carmen who stopped by the blog yesterday asking questions about the types of data we collect when working on pill swallowing. I thought I would post a copy of one of our data sheets for reference. As with any area of work, please follow BACB Ethical Guidelines regarding scope of practice. Teaching children to swallow pills can be dangerous and should not be attempted without appropriate training and supervision. Additionally, a medical screening prior to intervention is essential.

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Did you know an 8-hour course in Supervision is REQUIRED for BCBAs and BCaBAs to supervise others?small group training

The BACB sent out a reminder yesterday, BCBAs and BCaBAs  should NOT be supervising students in training or RBTs or BCaBAs if they have not completed the 8-hour training.

Because some people missed this  memo and are feeling stressed, we have decided to offer the training again for those who may have missed the course previously.

Please see our website to register for Part 1 AND Part 2 to be held on August  6th and  August 7th. Both courses are required to fulfill the 8 hour  requirement.

Did you know that you must  complete 3 hours of supervision training every certification cycle thereafter? Each of our  courses fulfills that  requirement though only 3 hours are needed; Part 1  is recommended.

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