How to Build Capacity with Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Programming in Public Schools
An Online Q&A for Special Education Administrators
- When is a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) needed and when is a para-educator a better option?
- What kind of supervision do Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) require?
- What are our options if we don’t have any Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) on our staff?
- What support can we add for students who are at-risk for going out-of-district in order to keep them in our school?
You’ll hear answers to these questions and more! Come ask your questions and get ideas on how to increase your district’s capacity to offer ABA programs for students with autism and behavior challenges.
This admission-free Online Q&A for public school special education administrators is hosted by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) from The Birchtree Center, a nonprofit organization based in Portsmouth, NH. We’ll start with a twenty-minute presentation to cover the most frequently asked questions, followed by a Q&A panel.
This program is made possible thanks to a grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation’s Greater Portsmouth Rehabilitation Center Fund & a Community Virtual Event Grant from 3S Artspace.