BALC 3rd Annual Workshops and Conference 2019

BALC 3rd Annual Workshops and Conference 2019

Workshop Day: Thursday, March 28, 2019

 Workshop Day: THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 2019
 7:30 - 9:00
 REGISTRATION
  Full Day Forum
Full Day Forum
Full Day Training
3 Hour Workshop
3 Hour Workshop
3 Hour Workshop
3 Hour Workshop
9:00 - 12:00

Business Leadership Forum

Sarah Trautman-Eslinger, Nicholas Weatherly, Suzanne Letso, & Emily Callahan

Clinical Leadership Forum

 Linda LeBlanc, Mark Palmieri, Stephanie Peterson, & Emily Callahan

Essential for Living Training

Patrick McGreevy

Adulthood Begins in Preschool: Identification and Intervention with Skills the Support Competent Adulthood

Peter Gerhardt & Angela Rodriguez

3 CEs

Change is Hard: Transitioning to Adult Services

Aimee Haray & Marisa D'Amico

3 CEs

Ethics in ABA: How We Can Learn From our Less Experienced Self Staff, Students, and Colleagues

Stephanie Kuhn

3 Ethics CEs

Supervising Humans: A Look at Supervision Beyond the Task List

James Hoko, Cara Cappalli-Davey, & Stephanie Reinoso

3 Supervision CEs

12:00 - 12:30
Lunch Included
 Lunch Included
 Lunch Included
 Luncheon Tickets available for purchase or lunch on your own.
1:30 - 4:30

Business Leadership Forum -continued

 6 CEs

Clinical Leadership Forum - continued

6 CEs

Essential for Living Training - continued

6 CEs

Evidence Based Practice

Katie Nicholson

3 CEs

Legal Issues

Debora Thivierge, Christina Thivierge, Jennifer Laviano, Jeffery Forte, & Julie Swanson

3 CEs

Ethics

Laura Turner

3 Ethics CEs

Building Your Supervision Repertoire: Six Super Skills

James Hoko & Carrie Hartman

3 Supervision CEs

  Each of these are full day events. They start in the morning and continue after lunch.
 Each of these are 3 hour stand alone sessions.

Conference Day: Friday, March 29, 2019


Please check back periodically as we will update session titles and details about the selected call for paper submissions as they become available. Note: Session titles in bold font are the final titles. Abstracts for these sessions can be found by clicking on the "Program Guide" tab in the left menu bar.

 

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CONFERENCE DAY: FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2019
7:00-8:30
Registration and Breakfast
8:30-8:45Welcome Address: Suzanne Letso
8:45-9:35Keynote: Address: Bridget Taylor, Ph.D., BCBA-D  (*ethics CE)
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Not a Snore: Innovative Business Applications

Great Beginnings and Beyond: Applications for School Aged Students with ASD
Moving Up and Moving Out: Applications for Adolescents and Adults with ASD
Novel Approaches: Clinical Applications
Expanding your Reach: Opportunities and Barriers
Tune in and Supercharge Your Interventions: Registered Behavior Technicians Track
Special Topics
19:55-11:10

Creating and Managing Clinical Service Organization

Linda LeBlanc

Call for Papers bannerCall for Papers bannerMaking it Work: Achieving Gains in Educational Settings with Significant Programmatic Deficits

Jessica Rohrer
BCBAs and BCaBAs as Mandatory Reporters in Connecticut

Lisa Gregory &
Kristine Marino
Shape Up Your Behavioral Chains: How to Run a Flawless Task Analysis

Liz Nulty
Raising Self-Awareness: Are You Culturally Competent?
*ethics CE

Judy Palazzo & Solandy Forte
1.5

11:10-11:25
BREAK

211:25-12:15

Legal Issues


David Zabel & Courtney George

The Voice of Autism

Jason Harris & Debora Thivierge

Call for Papers bannerTales of Behavior Analysis: Understanding Family Centered Care and Sociocultural Barriers
*ethics CE

Harry Voulgarakis
Lobbying 101

Suzanne Letso
Naturalistic Teaching. What, Where and How To?

Tracy Sanford & Amanda Dix

Linear Graph or Standard Celeration Chart? The Future of Data Display in Behavior Analysis

Rick Kubina

1

12:15-1:30LUNCH AND POSTER SESSION / LUNCH & LEARN

3

1:30-2:45

 Improving Workplace Culture

Sarah Trautman-Eslinger

Considering Baseline Conditions of Classroom Instruction in the Light of Functional Behavior Assessments

Stephanie Peterson

Transition Assessments for High School and Transition Age Students: Preparing for the Future

Felicia Morgan

Anxiety in Autism: Assessment and Behavioral Interventions

Denis Sukhodolsky
Deliberate Coaching: The Role of Organizational Coaching Systems in Culture Change
*Supervision CE

Nicholas Weatherly
Call for Papers bannerNew Applied Behavior Analysis CPT® Codes in 2019: Where are we Now?

Jenna Minton
1.5

2:45-3:00
BREAK
43:00-3:50

Technology

Rubin Ochoa

Common IBI Procedures: Evidence-based or Clinic Lore?

Katie Nicholson

Employment

Peter Gerhardt, Aimee Haray, & Jason Watson

Call for Papers bannerDeveloping a Security Plan for Staff & Facilities
 

Nick D'Agostino
Call for Papers bannerBe Informed. Get Active. Live Well. The ABC’s of Employee Wellness

Liz Cranmer
1

3:50-4:05
BREAK

54:05-4:55

Marketing, Social Media, & Web Presence

Mascola Group

Generalization and Transfer of Treatment Gains Through Caregiver Training and/or Stimulus Control

Dave Kuhn & Mark Palmieri

Call for Papers banner

Anxiety

Louis Hagopian

An Update on the Behavior Analyst Certification Board

Melissa Nosik
Panel: How to Effectively and Efficiently Use a Multi-Disciplinary Approach

Sharri Lungarini, Cresse Morrell, & Kristen Powers
Behavior Analysis in Real Estate? A Case Study in OBM


Dan Sundburg
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* Sessions in the Registered Behavior Technician track are not eligible for CEs or RBT supervision hours.

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