Are you looking for employment as an ABA therapist or a BCBA? There are a lot of service providers out there. Some are great and some not so much. So to make sure that you’re joining a company that aligns with your values, you’ll have to ask the right questions. Today’s topic is all about what BCBA interview questions to ask.
Many of us are trained on how to work with individuals on the autism spectrum but not working with parents as a BCBA. Let’s talk about that.
There is a lot of literature on autism and ABA out there. We’ve got some great recommendations for you. A few weeks ago, we were at a conference that had an ABA bookstore. I am like a little kid in a candy shop when it comes to ABA books. So today we’re going over some of the best books for BCBAs.
We’ve been in the field of ABA a long time. But let’s review the basics. What does a BCBA do? When I first got into the field of ABA, my mother thought that I babysat kids with autism. I’ve always been told that I need a good elevator pitch. If someone asks you what you do, an elevator pitch would be something like a 30 second synopsis that you would tell somebody in an elevator before they got out on the third floor.
Welcome to How to ABA, our new podcast! We are Shira and Shayna, two BCBAs with over twenty years of experience, and we want to bring you all the resources, experience, and support we have gathered in our career. Sit back and take a listen. We are so glad you are here!