As a BCBA, you’ve probably heard this more than once: “I’m a mom, not a therapist.” While we’ve met some parents who would make stellar… Read More »ABA Education for Parents: 7 Steps to Coach Parents in ABA
Navigating the world of Applied Behavior Analysis techniques can often feel like a complex maze. Among these techniques is a common approach known as DRO… Read More »Understanding DRO (Differential Reinforcement of Other Behavior) in ABA
Does your client have rights? The overwhelming answer to this question should be YES!! However, many of us still have written into our behavior plans, “Ignore the student” or “Don’t let the student escape.” Client assent and client dignity are extremely important in the world of ABA and education. But what does this look like? What does it mean for our clients?
BCBA Steve Ward has been working as a behavior analyst since the mid-1990’s. As the lead behavior analyst for a center school, Steve conducted more… Read More »Episode 097: Assessing and Teaching Good Learner Repertoires with Steve Ward