The largest professional behavior analysis organization in the world. Its annual conference is over Memorial Day weekend every year, with an annual Autism Conference in January, and international conferences approximately every other year. The 2015 International Conference was in Kyoto, Japan. This site is a good resource for hiring behavior analysts, obtaining CEUs for video recordings of talks, and to network with other behavior analysts.
The Association for Professional Behavior Analysts. This organization is more focused on professional issues than ABAI, and may be more relevant for practitioners.
The Behavior Analyst Certification Board—to learn about the Board Certified Behavior Analyst credential, its requirements, and ethical guidelines.
The website of the Cambridge Center and the B. F. Skinner foundation. This site is a good resource for materials, introductory materials, and books. Its annual conference is in April every year.
The professional behavior analytic organization for the state of California. Its annual conference is in February/March each year. The organization has much useful information about the status of licensure for behavior analysts, and working with insurance companies as third party funding sources. This conference is a good opportunity to network meet other behavior analysts, and to earn CEUs for certification and licensure.
This is the website for Catalyst, which is a data collection application for use on iOS and Andriod devices. It can also be used for report generation.
A website where families and caregivers can rate providers and find providers to provide a variety of services.
Panda Learning Services, Inc. provides high quality behavior analytic services to children with autism and their families. It focuses heavily on helping the family to support and teach the child with autism, to decrease the need for services over the long haul.
Professional Crisis Management: this company provides a behavior analytically based crisis intervention program to manage serious problem behaviors that can cause significant injury to the person, others, or significantly damage property. Pyles & Associates and Panda Learning Services both use this program for crisis management for our consultants, supervisors, and therapists. One thing about this program that we particularly like is that it actively reinforces de-escalation with the client, so that the crisis ends as quickly and safely as possible.
Our staff are certified PCMA instructors, and can train your staff to prevent and manage behavioral crises in a way that benefits your clients. If interested in receiving this training, go to the Contact Us page to obtain more information!