Do you offer applied behavior analysis (ABA), or are you thinking of adding it to your suite of services? Do you know about the new regulations from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board® and how they affect Registered Behavior Technicians™ and their supervisors?
Under the new rules, you don’t have to be a Behavior Analyst to supervise RBTs®. This change could open new opportunities for IDD service providers.
Watch this webinar to learn:
What professionals who are not Behavior Analysts need to know about the new options for RBT supervision
How the rule changes affect training for RBTs and supervisors
What IDD organizations need to consider when adding ABA to their services
Hanna Rue Ph.D.
Head of Clinical Development, LEARN Behavioral and Autism Spectrum Therapies