In this digital age, it seems as though there’s software for everything – including multiple software solutions that can aid your ABA therapy practice. You’ve probably seen numerous advertisements or sales pitches for software that you simply weren’t interested in. It makes you think. Do you really need ABA practice management software?
SOAP notes maximize the value of your case notes by organizing perceptions, observations, metrics, and analysis in order to meet the treatment needs of clients. These progress notes are included in the client’s treatment record and can be shared with the interdisciplinary team.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., May 4, 2020 — Therapy Brands and Behavioral Health Center of Excellence Accreditation (BHCOE) have announced a partnership that will align the two organizations’ efforts to assist Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) providers more effectively. BHCOE’s mission is to dramatically improve the quality of care for consumers across the world through the accreditation ofContinue reading “Therapy Brands and BHCOE Form Partnership in Latest Effort to Support the ABA Community”
The COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted many sectors of the economy, including many ABA therapy offices that are now grappling with the question of whether to retain their employees and stay open. Fortunately, there are various federal government relief programs as well as other resources that can help small businesses like therapy practices weather this storm. We’ve compiled a list of resources that may help your ABA therapy office stay in business in the next few months.
We’re excited to be able to host the ABA Community Chat and welcome providers for a Facebook Live session where they can have their questions answered by an industry professional . For this session, we were joined by Dr. Joy Pollard, Co-founder and CEO of Clinical Operations at Behavior Change Institute. Dr. Pollard has beenContinue reading “5 Questions on Telehealth: ABA Therapy in the Time of COVID-19”
As an Applied Behavior Analysis therapist, you may be considering telehealth as a way to see your clients in light of the Coronavirus outbreak in the United States. Many mental and behavioral health therapists are seeing an increased demand for telehealth services and many are making — or considering — a transition to telehealth.
Collecting and analyzing data is a crucial component of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Clinicians and practitioners need data to understand the function of behaviors. They can then use this data to create hypotheses and create intervention strategies.
The primary method for assessing behavior change is through repeated data collection (Najdowski, A. C., et al., 2009). The exact data collection method you utilize to track, analyze, and record all of this data will depend upon your unique goals. For example, teaching new social skills may require different data collection methods than changing education behaviors.
Luckily, there are many data collection methodologies out there to assist ABA professionals in leveraging continuous data collection to achieve positive changes.