Georgia Association for Behavior Analysis  

The Georgia Association for Behavior Analysis (GABA) was founded in 2001 to provide: (1) a professional network and resource for behavior analysts in Georgia; (2) a forum for members to collaborate, disseminate recent research, share ideas, and discuss needs; (3) a voice to promote the ethical and effective use of behavior analysis; (4) a resource for those seeking ABA services in Georgia; (5) the organization of an annual regional ABA conference; and (6) a provider of continuing education for professionals in Georgia.




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I have never met a behavior analyst who said "feelings don't exist". We all recognize them. We all experience them. They are there. They are real. They give us the feelz. I think the reason some peo...

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REMINDER: The due date for submissions to the 2017 Student Research Spotlight is 03/17/17! Students currently enrolled in Applied Behavior Analysis programs who have conducted research in the area of evidence-based practices in Autism Spectrum Disorder may submit a study summary for consideration. If selected, the student will receive a discount code that entitles the user to 40% off of conference registration, as well as publication of the study summary in the 2017 conference program. To access the application, visit our registration page at ... See MoreSee Less

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Becoming toilet trained is a key step to the personal independence of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Toilet training of an individual with ASD is often more complex than training a typically developing child and caregivers often need support and training in order to navigate the process effectively. Dana Zavatkay, Ph.D., BCBA-D, NCSP, Marcus Autism Center, will present two 4-hour sessions at the 2017 Georgia Autism Providers Conference on toilet training. Parents, early interventionists, paraprofessionals, teachers, therapists, and respite providers are all encouraged to attend and learn:

-How to identify signs of toiling readiness
-How to collect data
-How to use data to guide decisions about the most effective method of toilet training
-How to troubleshoot setbacks during toilet training

Parents/Caregivers: The GAPC accepts payment from Family Support Funding providers for registration. Email for more information.

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