I am guilty. I love Pinterest. I can easily spend hours at a time scrolling through so many pins, from home renos to education, or literature and film fanfics, and of course my favourite *organization*. I am one of those people who can sit down for 5 minutes to take a break and look at Read more about ABA Binder & ABA Programs[…]
“Teamwork makes the dream work!” or “group projects are the worst”. When it comes to multidisciplinary collaboration, it should be the first of these two statements. Imagine it is the summertime and you are riding the subway, when suddenly you faint. Could this be due to the heat, dehydration, drop in blood pressure, vasovagal syncope, Read more about Multidisciplinary Collaboration[…]
So you are finally a BCBA, you have went through all the fun steps of credentialing to licensing (depending on your state), and you are now ready to start supervising staff (insert big feelings of imposter syndrome here). I have spoken to many people who said one of their biggest fears was when it came Read more about Behavioural Skills Training (BST) with ABA Therapists[…]
It’s usually around this time of year when I feel like the days and weeks are too long. Maybe it’s the long stretch of work/school with no real break until summer. Maybe it’s the itch for the weather to get nicer so we can enjoy more outdoors time. Or maybe it’s just plain, old BCBA Read more about BCBA Burnout – How to Prevent It![…]
As Behaviour Analysts, it is our job to put programs and protocols in place for therapists to carry out. This means that a program is often only as good as the therapist implementing it. A therapist who is able to follow programming, take data, and implement protocol is going to be essential to the success Read more about What to Look for When Hiring an ABA Therapist[…]
On paper, Shayna Gaunt – she’s the co-founder of How to ABA and the director of Kid Mechanix – is an all-star.
Her resume is extensive and impressive; she’s an incredible BCBA. And in person, she’s even better. She gives 110 percent to every client she works with and every therapist she trains. Her energy and smile are contagious! If you haven’t already, we hope you get the chance to meet Shayna soon. In the meantime, here’s a little more about the woman behind How to ABA. […]
When Shira Karpel walks into the room, kids’ faces light up. She’s knows exactly how to relate to and have fun with each client, playing with their favourite toys, singing the coolest songs and giving just the kind of tickles or squeezes they love. Our second in command is also amazing at her job because she’s creative, dedicated and designs incredible ABA programs that bring the best out of kiddos. Awesome, right?! We think so. Here’s your chance to get to know more about Shira. […]