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Episode 120: Are Social Stories Effective in ABA?

In ABA, we typically use social stories as a piece of a larger treatment puzzle. Here, we discuss why we use social stories and how to utilize them correctly. We also share some real-life examples and how to measure progress and collect data.

Episode 119: What is Professionalism in ABA?

We should all be aware of what an appropriate level of professionalism is and how we can show it in our roles as ABA therapists, RBTs, and paraprofessionals. Here, we define professionalism and how to put together a professional appearance. We also talk about showing professionalism towards families, how to maintain boundaries with coworkers and clients, and the importance of communicating effectively.

Generalization and Maintenance

Episode 118: Generalization and Maintenance of Skills in ABA

Here, we cover the best ways to incorporate generalization and maintenance into our learners’ programming. We discuss some real-world examples of generalization and helpful techniques to include in your practice. We also talk about stimulus and response generalization, the definition of maintenance and how it ties into generalization, and how to encourage maintenance once a program is closed.

measurement in ABA

Episode 117: Why is Measurement in ABA Important?

ABA is all about data. Here, we dive into why measurement is so important and how to make sure we’re taking and reporting accurate data. We cover how to collect baseline data and how data collection helps us analyze problem behaviors. We also discuss how to decrease data collection overwhelm, how to choose appropriate collection methods, and how to analyze and understand data.

How to Communicate with Parents Effectively for ABA Sessions

Episode 116: How to Communicate with Parents Effectively About ABA Sessions

As ABA professionals, communicating with parents and making sure they feel comfortable with us is a key skill to master. Here, we provide insights and guidance into how to do this effectively. We discuss how to place parameters and boundaries around parental communication and how to maintain a balance. We also talk about how to keep things simple, how to communicate changes in scheduling or staffing, and more.

Episode 115: RBT Product

Episode 115: The Bx Blueprint: ABA Staff Training Course

Onboarding new staff takes up a considerable amount of our time as ABA professionals and can often be overwhelming for both new hires and managers. However, our staff is our biggest resource, and we have to put the time in to train them properly. Our new course, the Bx Blueprint, includes everything you need for onboarding and beyond. Here, we discuss all the details and who could benefit the most from the course.

Episode 114: How to Diversify Your ABA Practice with Tina Guidry

Episode 114: How to Diversify Your ABA Practice with Tina Guidry

Tiny Guidry is the owner of Clinician with a Mission. She’s always on the forefront of what’s next, and here, we chat with her about her passion for advocacy and how other people can find their place. Tina also shares insights into her own business and how it’s growing, information on her membership program, and advice for new BCBAs and established professionals looking to branch out.

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Episode 113: How to Maintain Client Dignity in ABA

A high-quality ABA program treats clients with dignity and respect. Here, we cover how to make sure that we’re maintaining that dignity in ABA sessions. We also talk about how to foster dignity within a classroom setting, how to use “televisibility” as a gauge for how our sessions go, how to discuss clients outside of work, and how to offer choices.

Episode 112: Direct Instruction Strategies for Teaching Children with Autism How to Read with Lisa Gelberman

Episode 112: Direct Instruction Strategies for Teaching Children with Autism How to Read with Lisa Gelberman

We recently sat down with Lisa Gelberman, the founder and creator of Literacy Decoded. Here, Lisa shares her experience with direct instruction and the Orton-Gillingham (OG) Approach and how she uses them with students. We also discuss how to use the OG approach with different types of learners, how Lisa used the OG approach with her son, and information on Lisa’s program.

Errorless Teaching

Episode 111: Errorless Teaching

Errorless teaching is an instructional strategy that ensures a student responds correctly. Here, we discuss why errorless teaching is important and how we can use it to benefit our learners. We provide some examples of what errorless teaching looks like and tips to help learners succeed. We also discuss how to choose the right prompt, why it’s important to make sure your prompt matches your SD, and how to fade prompts within sessions.