What is the BCBA or BCaBA role?


Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA’s) or Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst are responsible for assessing the child’s skill level and behavior functioning using specific assessments and data collection tools. From here, the analyst creates an individualized curriculum that will best allow for that specific child’s success. Once services start, the analyst is responsible for continuing to analyze data, adjust programs as needed to ensure progress is being made, continue communication with the family (including progress reports and re-evaluations), and ensure the  Registered Behavior Technicians are continually supervised and supported to ensure successful outcomes.

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