Welcome to NHABA

 A community of people dedicated to improving lives with behavior analysis.

Membership in NHABA is open to  all persons interested or actively engaged in behavior analysis. Please join us for one of our quarterly meetings to learn more about the association and how we are working to promote the use of behavior analysis to improve lives.

NHABA Response: COVID-19 Pandemic

Dear Members of the New Hampshire ABA Community,

As we are currently in this unprecedented time in our country and working to navigate how to continue to best serve our clients, I wanted to provide you an update with how NHABA is working to support our community.

NHABA has been working diligently and rapidly to move our upcoming free community NHABA and CSNI workshop, ABA Treatment for Adults with I/DD, online. While we understand this impacts the ability for networking and embodied engagement, it is our main concern to keep members of our community safe. We are confident the workshop will still provide meaningful and supportive information. This is a free event and with many conferences being cancelled we have removed the capacity limit and welcome all to join to learn from community experts and earn 5 CEUs. Please register at https://nhaba.net/events/upcoming-events/ and the Zoom link can also be found there.

The Executive Committee will be holding an emergency meeting on Monday to look at ways to unite and support the provider community in this difficult time. We have gathered and reviewed current guidelines and recommendations for mitigating the impact of this pandemic and will be in touch with our members to discuss strategies shortly.

Please watch for upcoming emails and Facebook posts for details about a NHABA virtual town hall meeting to discuss ABA services and adapting to the impact of COVID-19.

We have also made the decision to move our April quarterly meeting to only have a virtual component. We want to keep the safety and well-being of our community at the forefront. We have a wonderful speaker Dr. Amy Davies Lackey, BCBA-D, LBA lined up and she will be speaking on The Ethics of Compromise: Aligning Best Practices and Parent Expectations on Thursday, April 23rd from 6:00pm-8:00pm. We hope you’ll be able to join us for our virtual meeting. NHABA Virtual Meeting Link

Please continue to check the NHABA Facebook page for up to date information as we continue to seek ways to support the NHABA community.

In our efforts to be a resource for the New Hampshire ABA community, we always welcome ideas and suggestions from our members. Please feel welcome to reach out to us at nh.aba603@gmail.com.

Please find below links to articles from the BACB and the Billing Codes Commission regarding their response to the COVID-19 crisis.

Ethics Guidance for ABA Providers During COVID-19 Pandemic

Important COVID-19 Update: Use of Telehealth

Warmly,

Rachel Enoch
NHABA President

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