Increasing Contract Fulfillment Using OBM and Behavioral Systems Analysis

Instructor Mari Ueda-Tao, MA, BCBA (1-09-6573)
Date and Time December February 27, 2018 at 10:30am – 11:30am
Location ABC Office, Ontario, California
Number of Units 1.0 units
Course Description

This course is designed for individuals interested in how a behavioral systems approach (Organizational Behavior Management – OBM) can be utilized to change group behavior. In this presentation, data will be presented on contract fulfillment for an ABA provider, which is defined as contracted vs. billed service hours. Contract fulfillment is important for any agency and any ABA program, in that it increases the opportunities our students have to learn, while fulfilling contracts that are medically necessary.

Target Audience Current employees of ABC, Inc only. This is an intermediate level training.
Fee Free for ABC employees


 

Stereotypical Behaviors: Definition, Interventions, and a Case Study

Instructor Maliha Hussain, M.A., BCBA (1-13-14169)
Date and Time December February 23, 2018; 10:00am-12:00pm
Location Applied Behavior Consultants, Inc. Newhall, California
Number of Units 2 units of ethics
Course Description

The training provides attendees with an analysis of stereotypical behavior excesses, including what types of behaviors are considered stereotypical, functions of stereotypical behaviors, and interventions to be used for these behavior excesses. The training provides opportunities for attendees to determine the function(s), functionally equivalent alternative behavior(s), skills to teach, and type(s) of differential reinforcement to implement for hypothetical stereotypical behaviors in order to obtain practice in analyzing stereotypical behaviors. Further, a specific analysis of vocal stereotypy is examined through research on interventions and a case study, including the behavior intervention plan implemented to reduce the behavior excess.

Target Audience Current employees of ABC, Inc only.  . This is an intermediate level training.
Fee Free for ABC employees



 

Representing Yourself as a Professional Behavior Analyst

Instructor Kerry Solliday, MS, BCBA (1-14-9584)
Date and Time December March 5, 2018 8:00 am -4:30 pm
Location Applied Behavior Consultants, Inc Sacramento, CA
Number of Units 5 units of ethics
Course Description

This training will focus on improving clinical supervision and professional development. Topics include: advanced leadership training using behavioral principles, becoming a more effective supervisor based on the vision and mission of the organization, and an introduction to Acceptance Commitment Therapy and how to utilize this as a supervisor.

Target Audience Current employees of ABC, Inc only.  This is an intermediate level training.
Fee Free for ABC employees


 

The Importance of Assessment in Developing Effective Intervention/Treatment

Instructor Kerry Solliday, MS, BCBA (1-14-9584)
Date and Time December March 6, 2018 8:00 am -4:30 pm
Location Applied Behavior Consultants, Inc Sacramento, CA
Number of Units 6 units of ethics
Course Description

This training will focus on improving the effectiveness of assessment and how this drives programing. Topics include: assessment of the client’s skill deficits and programming including assessment of verbal behavior. Participants will identify and troubleshoot programming issues in order to enhance the quality and effectiveness of all behavioral programs.

Target Audience Current employees of ABC, Inc only.  This is an intermediate level training.
Fee Free for ABC employees


 

Behavior Problems: From Assessment to Intervention

Instructor Mari Ueda-Tao, MA, BCBA (1-09-6573)
Date and Time December March 6, 2018 8:00 am -4:30 pm
Location Applied Behavior Consultants, Inc Sacramento, CA
Number of Units 8 units of ethics
Course Description

An intensive behavioral training focusing on clinical supervision at ABC. Topics include: the analysis of behavior excesses and programming with a focus on motivating operations analysis. Participants will identify and troubleshoot programming issues in order to enhance the quality and effectiveness of all behavioral programs focusing on decreasing behavior excesses.

Target Audience Current employees of ABC, Inc only. Employee must have completed NTT/RBT training. This is an intermediate level training.
Fee This course is offered to ABC, Inc. employees only, free of charge