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Book Summary & Review: Chaos to Calm

Book Summary & Review: Chaos to Calm Chaos to Calm: Discovering Solutions to the Everyday Problems of Living with Autism by Martha Gabler, MA (autism parent) Book Summary & Review by: Tiffany N. Kilby, MS, BCBA (autism family member and…
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I have Autism and a Job in the ABA Field

My name is Kaelynn and I have autism, ADHD, and several learning disabilities. I started speaking very early, and because of that, I went undiagnosed until I was 10 years old. School was always extremely difficult for me. Shortly after…
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Recommended Course: Bringing ABA to the World via Public Speaking

Disseminating behavior analysis is an ethical obligation of behavior analysts (BACB Ethics Code 6.02). To learn more about how behavior analysts can disseminate behavior analysis to the public, I recommend the Florida Institute of Technology course How to Bring ABA…
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Can Behavior Analysts Support The Executive Order for Behavioral Science?

Are you familiar with United States of America President Barack Obama’s Executive Order to use Behavioral Science to Better Serve Americans? You might be as a reader of The Behavior Station® platform, which recently posted an article about this very…
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Manager Behaviors that Drive Away Good Workers

One thing that all fields have in common is workers.  While there are all different kinds of jobs, most jobs seem to have a hierarchical structure in which there is at least one position of management that oversees the work…
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The Behavior Station 2015 ASAT Sponsorship

The Behavior Station, LLC is a proud 2015 sponsor of the Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT).  We decided to dedicate every Saturday in 2015 to ASAT for, what we called “Science Saturday.”  Each Saturday of 2015, without fail,…
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Accomplishments of 2015 (4) & Goals for 2016

As 2015 comes to an end, it is important to monitor our behaviors, reflect on the journey of the past year, and look forward before traveling into the new year.  The Behavior Station® platform 2015 Goals Update lists the accomplishments…
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Ethics is About What’s Right (Not Who’s Right)

If you’ve read the news lately, you’ve noticed that there is a lot of discussion about who is right. Each person has an individual perspective that seems to be “right” from where they sit.  Each group has values and norms…
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Things Not To Say To A Person With Terminal Cancer

Things Not To Say To A Person With Terminal Cancer (And what you can say instead) 1. “You don’t look sick.” Uhm thank you? OK, you caught me, it is all just a super elaborate April Fool’s Joke? There is…
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PhD Special Ed Teacher Stands Up for Students… and for Science

Dr. Wendy Bradshaw is a mother, teacher, scholar, and advocate for students… and for science.  On October 23, 2015, Dr. Bradshaw publicly shared her experience as a teacher in a Central Florida county’s public school system; she also shared certain…
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