Hawai'i Association for Behavior Analysis

To educate, advocate for, and support both providers and consumers 
of Applied Behavior Analysis.


Webinar: Ensuring Ethical Treatment Recommendations

Date & Time: October 23, 2018, 6-7 pm HST

1.0 Type 2 Ethics CE available for BCaBA / BCBA / BCBA-D

Cost of Event: $5.00 (for members) $30.00 (for non-members)

Meeting: Online via ZOOM, log-in will be sent to those who register. Content intended for behavior analysts, event open to the public.

Abstract: Behavior analysts are under constant demand to include or exclude information in client assessments and treatment plans. We must be careful to only adopt those requests which are in compliance with federal and state laws, and those which align with our ethical code. This presentation will review common requests made by various funding sources and common errors or mistakes made by behavior analysts. In addition, the presenters will discuss protections behavior analysts can put in place to protect the public and our profession.

Our Presenters 

Kristen Koba-Burdt serves on a variety of committees focused on improving behavior analysis in the islands. She obtained her Masters in Behavior Analysis from St. Cloud State University where she focused on autism, functional communication, and reduction of severe behavior. Her current work focuses on implementation and expansion of autism insurance reform and legislative initiatives related to behavior analysis, both locally and nationally. Kristen lives on Maui and has provided services on all major islands, working with individuals across the lifespan.
 
Dr. Amanda N. Kelly obtained her bachelors degree in Elementary Education, her masters of science in Behavioral Education, and her doctorate in Behavior Analysis. Dr. Kelly has experience working as a paraprofessional, licensed teacher, school counselor, consultant, coordinator, and behavior analyst. Over the past two decades, Dr. Kelly has worked in home settings, public and private schools, residential placements, and community settings for children and adolescents who have social-emotional, cognitive, or behavioral needs. In 2016, Dr. Kelly became the first behavior analyst licensed in the state of Hawaiʻi. Dr. Kelly has served on numerous boards and committees and is currently serving as Legislative Chair for the Hawaiʻi Association for Behavior Analysis (HABA) and as Secretary for the Hawaiʻi Disability Rights Center (HDRC).