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42nd Annual Convention; Downtown Chicago, IL; 2016

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Panel #173
CE Offered: BACB — 
Supervision
Organizational Behavior Management Meets Supervision: A Perfect Match for Effective Supervision
Monday, May 30, 2016
8:00 AM–8:50 AM
St. Gallen, Swissotel
Area: OBM; Domain: Service Delivery
CE Instructor: Janet Vasquez, M.S.
Chair: Janet Vasquez (World Evolve Therapy, Inc.)
ANA LIMIA (World Evolve Therapy, Inc.)
AILEEN MADERAL (World Evolve Therapy, Inc.)
JANET VASQUEZ (World Evolve Therapy, Inc.)
Abstract: Effective supervision is vital when delivering quality applied behavior analysis services. However, understanding and adhering to the BACB experience standards in addition to providing effective supervision can be a challenging endeavor for behavioral practitioners at all levels. This panel will discuss two critical levels in which the provision of quality supervision is required, line therapists and supervisors. Important questions will be reviewed, such as how to select the right therapists for an ABA organization and how to ensure that supervisors are providing quality supervision. Moreover, the panel will discuss the utility of organizational behavior management and the role of a leadership team in building and implementing performance management systems that can significantly impact the efficacy of supervision, which in turn, can impact the quality of service. Each member of the panel will present systems used at each respective level, discuss findings, and contribute their own unique experiences as they pertain to each of these key areas.
Keyword(s): OBM, performance management, supervision
 

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