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Navigating the Changes in the Field: 10 Trends Transforming ABA

The ABA Landscape is Shifting – Are You Ready?

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Instructor: Amelia Dalphonse, MA, BCBA

Amelia Dalphonse, MA, BCBA, co-founded Master ABA with her twin sister, Dianna Kelly, bringing over 13 years of expertise in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Passionate about prioritizing client needs, Amelia earned a Master’s degree in ABA and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).

At Master ABA, Amelia and Dianna lead with innovation, emphasizing client-centered care to drive meaningful change. As an ACE provider, they’ve established the institution as a hub for progressive ABA practices, inspiring others to adopt compassionate and ethical approaches.

Through her role at Master ABA, Amelia advocates for advancing the ABA field with empathy and integrity. She stays abreast of the latest research, continuously seeking opportunities for professional growth.

Amelia’s leadership and dedication continue to shape the ABA community, empowering practitioners to prioritize client well-being. Together with her sister, she envisions a future where ethical values drive positive change in ABA practices.

Why is Navigating the Changes in the Field: 10 Trends Transforming ABA important?

ABA is abuse!

I’d just started Accessible ABA when I decided to offer help on a Reddit thread. The topic was neutral, and I thought I had a useful perspective. But the response I got shocked me: “If you’re in ABA, you’re an abuser. You shouldn’t give advice, you should leave the field.” That single message almost made me shut everything down.

Since then I’ve talked to many autistics who sincerely consider ABA to be abuse. These discussions have led me to make changes in my own practice, but changes are needed on a bigger scale, throughout the field, to align with what we know and understand now.

The traditional methods that some of us learned are being rightfully challenged with calls for more empathy, respect for neurodiversity, and prioritizing the individual needs of our clients. The field of ABA is undergoing a transformation to meet these new demands. This evolution brings new possibilities for better, more effective, and more compassionate support for clients. However, this change is also being met with resistance. 

By embracing the needed changes, we can proactively move the field of ABA in a positive direction.

What’s Included with Navigating the Changes in the Field: 10 Trends Transforming ABA?

  • 1  video lesson with actionable steps you can use right from the start
  • Understanding of the Trends: Explore the “why” and “how” behind each trend. Learn the technologies, principles, and ethical considerations involved, giving you a solid foundation for informed practice.
  • Strategies for Adaptation: Gain practical tools to integrate evolving technologies like telehealth and wearable devices into your work, ensuring seamless service delivery in a changing landscape.
  • Enhanced Ethical Decision-Making: Address the complexities of AI, compassionate care, and cultural competency with a focus on ethical, client-centered applications.
  • Competitive Advantage: Position yourself as a leader in the field. Demonstrate your commitment to cutting-edge knowledge and prepare yourself for expanded professional opportunities.

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Don’t Let Change Become an Obstacle

BCBAs who fail to adapt risk falling behind. This course transforms potential disruptors into catalysts for your professional growth. Proactive learning is not optional – it’s the key to delivering the best possible care to your clients and building a fulfilling, successful career.

Course Trends Include:

  • Compassionate Care: Are you still questioning whether compassion is sufficiently behavior analytical for you to incorporate it into your practice? Discover what the research says and make an informed decision.
  • Telehealth and Remote Services: The pandemic pushed many of us into telehealth whether we wanted to explore this service delivery model or not. Weight the pros and cons of remote services to determine if it’s right for your practice.
  • Wearable Technology: Uncover some surprising ways that technology can support the work you do and how you might be able to integrate it into your practice.
  • International Certification through the IBAO: International certification expands access to ABA for many, but is it a trend that will benefit the field?
  • Artificial Intelligence: AI might have a broader application to your work than you might have expected. The possibilities are interesting, but is it ethical to utilize AI in ABA practice?
  • Virtual Reality: Dive into the world of virtual reality to discover this emerging and uncharted territory. Is VR a tool you should use with learners who already struggle with social interaction?
  • Cultural Competency and Inclusivity: Many of us work with diverse populations. Differences in culture exist even among people who are originally from the same country. Decode these differences to have the greatest impact for your clients and families.
  • Multi-disciplinary Approaches: Explore how integrating multiple perspectives can enrich our understanding, leading to the development of comprehensive and robust intervention plans.
  • Parent-led ABA: Parents as RBTs for their own children, is this an ethical service delivery model or does it push the limits of our ethical standards. Find out what the research says to help you decide if this trend might be worth exploring further.
  • Broad Dissemination of ABA Technology: Delve into the potential that broad dissemination of ABA technology holds. Understand how this dissemination can contribute to societal attempts at addressing behavioral challenges and ensure a wide reach of ABA benefits.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How is the training different from a regular CEU course?

  • The training is focused on actionable steps so you can immediately put what you’re learning into practice.  This training puts the focus on DOING instead of just LEARNING. 

Will I get a certificate of completion?

  • Once you complete the course, including the quiz and survey, you will receive a certificate granting you 2.5 Learning Type BACB CEU.

How many CEUs do I earn by completing the training?

  • You will earn 2.5 Learning Type CEU

How long do I have to complete the training?

  • Once you buy the course, you are free to complete it whenever you like.