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Suggestions for Ethically Fading Out ABA Services

While ABA is generally a long term commitment that a client and his or her caregiver makes, often times before the child reached his or her third birthday, it is still important to have a fade out policy in place in for when the client reaches their treatment goals or...

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To Tech, or Not To Tech: The ABA Data Collection Dilemna

Are you still relying on pen and paper to collect valuable behavioral data about your patients? If so, you're not alone. Many ABA providers and staff in special education programs around the world are still using paper instead of online data collection systems. But in...

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6 Secrets to Recruiting BCBA Talent in a Tough Market

Running an ABA company and looking for BCBAs? Congratulations! You’ve just joined the 5,000 other ABA company owners in the same BCBA-starved boat, especially if you live in a state like California or Florida. Many Clinic Owners mistakenly believe money or perks are...

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The Role of Caregiver Involvement in ABA Therapy

While sometimes researchers can argue over the "best" treatment modality or strategy used in early intervention programs for children who fall on the autism spectrum, there is one thing upon which all researchers can agree: Parents possess the powerful ability to make...

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Best Practices in Behavioral Staff Training

As a community dedicated to helping those with autism and other disorders, it’s important to understand that it really does take a village to help individuals manage their behavioral challenges.   No ONE person, no matter how well-trained, can provide the support that...

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