All CE courses are available for BACB credits and some are approved for Psychology credits. Subject to their eligibility, courses can be purchased for BACB credits, Psychology credits, or both. To manage your CE credits on the BACB web site, you will need our ACE Provider number: OP-02-0017. BDS is an authorized Type II continuing education provider. Scroll down to browse all of our CE courses!
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Available for both BACB and Psychology CE credits, this course will prepare you to reduce or eliminate elopement through development of function-based interventions. Questions are based on the article, “Elopement of Children with Autism: What We Know, Successful Interventions, and Practical Tips for Parents and Caregivers,” authored by Heather Walker and David McAdam. This article is published by NYSABA and it is available within the module or from NYSABA.org. Earn 1.5 Type II BACB and/or 1.5 Psychology CE credits upon completing this activity.
Available for both BACB and Psychology credits. At the completion of this CE course, the learner will be able to describe the gaze shift in joint attention from a behavior-analytic perspective. Earn 2.5 Type II BACB and/or 2.5 Psychology credits upon completing this activity.
The activity for this course involves reading the article Ten Faulty Notions About Teaching and Learning that Hinder the Effectiveness of Special Education by William L. Heward and then completing related fluency-based modules. Earn 4.5 Type II BACB CE credits upon completing this course.
A Learning Module Series on the Article Leisure Items as Controls in the Attention Condition of Functional Analyses by McCord and Neef (2005). Earn 3.0 Type II BACB CE credits upon completing this activity.