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How to get out of prison using ABA.

Angela Cathey, MA & Todd A. Ward, PhD, BCBA-D bSci21Media, LLC Brett DiNovi, M.A., BCBA Brett DiNovi & Associates In a recent panel discussion, behavior analysts from Brett DiNovi and Associates and bSci21Media discussed ways in which behavior analytic principles…



How parents can fit ABA into their busy schedules.

By Leanne Page, M.Ed, BCBA bSci21 Contributing Writer “Dear Behavior BFF, I have followed your posts for a while now. The problem I see is that in order for me to be successful as a parent, I have to follow…


Behavioral Science and Art: The Defusing Effects of EDM

Todd A. Ward, PhD, BCBA-D & Angela Cathey, M.A. Ignite STEAM Labs & bSci21Media, LLC The effects of our verbal symbolic behavior are pervasive. Our ability, as humans, to relate one thing to another verbal symbolically is key to those…


Why the future of ABA therapy is all about time management.

Innovators in the ABA software market are determined to make therapists’ work faster for a reason. It is directly connected with making the world a better place. I’m Wojciech Bieroński, Head of Research and Development in DrOmnibus, the first company…


What is variability and why do you as a behavior analyst care?

Variability from Chartlytics on Vimeo. Statistical variability is taught in school: range, standard deviation, and variance are familiar terms. But what about behavioral variability? What is it? And more importantly, what is it telling us about our intervention? Behavioral Variability…


Life as an ABA therapist

Angela Cathey, M.A. & Todd A. Ward, PhD, BCBA-D bSci21Media, LLC Brett DiNovi, M.A., BCBA Brett DiNovi & Associates A hot topic for most entrepreuners and business executives is how to stay motivated and continue to put your best foot…




Parent Training: Parent Support vs Parent Mediated Interventions

Rabia S. Khan, M.S. DrOmnibus “If you have tears, prepare to share them now.”  William Shakespeare. With the expansion of the autism spectrum diagnosis and improved methods of assessments has come an increase (1 in 58) in the prevalence of…