Assessing the Ethics of an ABA Company #recorded


Instructor: Didiana De La Osa, DBH, BCBA-D, IBA

Duration: 75 minutes of self-paced instruction

1.5 Ethics Learning Type BACB® CEUs provided upon course completion – full course description below



**This course will provide the participant with 1.5 Ethics Learning Type BACB® CEUs**

Description of Learning Type CE Event: The goal of the CEU is to help BCBAs® begin to discuss quality control within organizations. Topics such as how client outcomes are measured and the extent of staff training will be covered. In addition, discussing the balance of billable to nonbillable activities will also be reviewed. BCBAs® could be looking for new employment or wish to make changes from within their current organization. Practical suggestions will be offered throughout the presentation.

About the Instructor: Didiana De La Osa, aka Didi became interested in Behavior Analysis when she saw that loved ones with developmental disabilities did not have access to Quality Care. She obtained her BCBA certification in 2015 and has been supervising student analysts ever since. Didi also obtained an OBM certification in 2017 and launched several projects, including starting a mentorship program and improving staff performance. She later obtained a BCBA-D certification in 2020 which prepared her to move further into OBM and immerse herself in the systems and processes necessary to run an organization. Didi has clinical experience in school, clinic, in-home, and community settings. Her clientele has consisted of a diverse population and has helped her grow in her cultural awareness. Didi also has experience in OBM across company structures including clinic, in-home, and group home settings.

Target Audience: BCBAs® who are interested in evaluating the processes in place at a potential new employer or improving their current organization’s policies. Most beneficial for BCBAs® who have been in the field for at least 1 year.

Learning Objectives for Participants: As a result of this course participants will be able to …

  • Identify how to measure and evaluate client outcomes.
  • Review staff training and identify if more guidance is needed.
  • Analyze BCBA workload and discern if it is feasible.
  • Identify if caregivers are involved in treatment and how to respond if they are not.