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MSI Staff Present at the 30th Annual Meeting of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis

The Florida Association for Behavior Analysis’ (FABA) annual conference is a popular forum for exchanging ideas and data-based research related to Behavior Analysis, Behavior Therapy, Performance Management and Behavior Management programming. The organization’s purpose is to promote the use of ethical, humane, and effective application of behavior principles in all segments of society, including education, business, rehabilitation facilities and government.

Members of FABA come from a variety of backgrounds, including consulting firms, state government programs, private therapy practices and school administrators.

Presenting at the conference this year from MSI were:

  • Sue Kabot, Ed.D., director of Clinical and Therapeutic Services at the Mailman Segal Institute (MSI) and Christine Reeve, Ph.D., adjunct professor, Fischler School of Education and Human Services, conducted a workshop on Designing Appropriate and Effective Educational Programs for Students with Autism and Related Disorders.
  • Karly Cardova, program coordinator of MSI’s Autism Consortium; and Yulema Cruz, ABA Practicum Coordinator, presented Training Staff to Create Opportunities for Typically Developing Infants and Toddlers.
  • F. Charles Mace, Ph.D., Unicorn Children’s Foundation Endowed Chair and director of the Autism Institute, served as the discussant for two presentations: Recent Research on Compliance in Young Children, and Contemporary Issues in Child Behavior Management.