In this episode, join CEO Dr. Jim Carr and Deputy CEO Dr. Melissa Nosik as they discuss the newly developed BCBA and BCaBA test content outlines, which will replace the current BCBA and BCaBA task lists in 2025.
Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts: Responsibility to Supervisees and Trainees – In this episode of The Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts podcast series, CEO Dr. Jim Carr and Director of Ethics Dr. Tyra Sellers dive into Section 4 of the revised ethics code to discuss the standards that help facilitate high-quality supervision.
The Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts: Responsibility in Practice – In this episode of the BACB’s Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts podcast series, CEO Dr. Jim Carr and Director of Ethics Dr. Tyra Sellers tackle Section 2 of the updated ethics code for BCBAs and BCaBAs: Responsibility in Practice. Listen now to learn more.
ABA Subspecialty Resources – In this episode of Inside the BACB, CEO Dr. Jim Carr, Deputy CEO Dr. Melissa Nosik, and Director of Certificant Services Dr. Molli Luke sit down to discuss a longstanding resource-development project to help disseminate information about the various ABA subspecialties. Listen now to learn about the many practice areas within ABA, the BACB’s new collection of resources, and more.
The Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts: Responsibility as a Professional – This episode of Inside the BACB is the second in an ethics-based series titled The Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts. Join CEO Dr. Jim Carr and Director of Ethics Dr. Tyra Sellers as they systematically break down and analyze the first section of the new Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts, Responsibility as a Professional.
With its mission of cultivating, sharing, and advocating for provider best practices in autism services, CASP is an apt home for the ASD Practice Guidelines. Formed in 2015, the nonprofit organization is the official trade association of autism service providers. Its member agencies – all of which must demonstrate an ongoing commitment to evidence-based practice – care for more than 50,000 children and adults with autism across the U.S. Lorri Unumb, Esq., CASP’s CEO, is renowned for her accomplishments as vice president for state government affairs for Autism Speaks, where she led the autism insurance reform movement that resulted in all 50 states requiring meaningful health insurance benefits for autism. Unumb heads up CASP with Mike Wasmer, DVM, DACVIM, who serves as vice president of government affairs and special projects. Previously, Wasmer served as a director of state government affairs at Autism Speaks, and was instrumental in leading the passage of autism insurance reform laws. He is a frequent speaker on autism advocacy and policy, and has successfully advocated for the addition of ABA benefits in many self-funded health plans.
Following the transfer of the ASD Practice Guidelines, CASP plans to publish the third edition of the guidelines in 2021. For more information about CASP, and to download a copy of the ASD Practice Guidelines (2nd Edition), visit casproviders.org/asd-guidelines. Hear directly from Lorri Unumb and Dr. Jim Carr, CEO of the BACB, about the ASD Practice Guidelines transfer in an episode of the Inside the BACB podcast available for streaming now.
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In this episode, Dr. Melissa Nosik hosts a discussion with Drs. Jim Carr and Neil Martin and Board President Dr. Bridget Taylor about the upcoming changes to the BACB's international focus, which includes answers to frequently asked questions.