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Welcome to the LaBAA Home Page!
LaBAA is a nonprofit membership organization with the mission to contribute to the well-being of society by developing, enhancing, and supporting the growth and vitality of the science of behavior analysis (BA) through research, education, and practice, and to promote access to responsible BA services by professionals sufficiently trained in the discipline of BA and compliance with relevant ethics standards.
LaBAA is the state chapter of ABAI and an affiliate of APBA. Click the logos below to join these professional organizations committed to the dissemination of the science of behavior analysis on local, national, and international levels.
2019 Gulf Coast ABA Conference Presenters
Aubrey Daniels, PhD - Keynote Speaker
Dr. Daniels is a thought leader and internationally recognized expert on management, leadership, safety and workplace issues, and is considered an authority on human behavior in the workplace.
Jon Bailey, PhD, BCBA-D Invited Presenter
Peter Gerhardt, EdD
Mike Dorsey, PhD, LABA, BCBA-D
Jennifer Fritz, PhD, BCBA-D, LBA Invited Presenter
To learn more about our presenters and the 2019 conference, click here.
2019 Student Poster Competition Winner Allison Ruby
Webinar Series: Webinar series provided by the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts (APBA). Reduced fees for APBA members, CEUs available. To learn more about APBA, membership, and the webinar series, visit apbahome.net
Parent Informational Session Coming Soon to New Orleans, Lafayette, and Lake Charles
IN THE NEWS....
APBA establishes Public Policy Fund to support efforts in advocacy for local and national laws and regulations related to practicing behavior analysis. Click here to support the critical work of APBA.
LaBAA Member starts non-profit
Melissa Raymond, BCBA has started a non-profit to provide and expand learning opportunities for persons with autism and other developmental disabilities in the Lake Charles area. For more information, call (337) 476-3130
ABAI Autism SIG releases Parent Guidelines
Click here to view the guidelines.
Help protect and support access to autism services in Louisiana by joining the newly established Louisiana Coalition for Access to Autism Services! For more information, contact LCAAS Executive Director, Ann Christian at email@example.com
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LaBAA members recently approved bylaw revisions to Executive Committee positions and the procedure for proxy voting. Click the Bylaws button to view the revised document.
LaBAA lists employment opportunites as a courtesy to its members. Click the button below to see posts.
We want to hear from you! Send your news to firstname.lastname@example.org. Last updated 10/8/2017
LaBAA Legislative Initiative
LaBAA is seeking donors to secure professional governmental relations experts to advocate in the legislature for consumers and practitioners of ABA. Louisiana now has multiple laws that provide for and protect consumers and practitioners of ABA and we need your support to ensure all of our interests are protected.
Please consider donating now to support our advocacy. Click the Buy Now button and enter in your donated amout.
2018-2020 LaBAA Board
President - Janice Huber
Past President - Derek Shanman
President Elect - open
Secretary - Katie Jenkins
Treasurer - Derek Shanman
Region 1 Rep - Megan Matherne Perkins
Region 2 Rep - open
Region 3 Rep - Chad Favre
Region 4 Rep - Channing Langlinais
Region 5 Rep - Dominique Rougeau
Region 6 Rep - Traynee Rash
Student Rep - Erica Lozy
Parent Rep- Shannon D'Aquila
To learn more about our sponsors, click on the logos.
PLATINUM - 5,000
CEU Sponsor - 3,000
Tote Bag Sponsor - 2,000
SILVER SPONSORS - 1,000
Wifi Sponsor - 700
The LaBAA Board will soon be seeking self-nominations to fill the positions of President-elect and Region 2 Representative
Congratulations to Allison for winning the 2019 Student Poster Competition for her poster titled The Effects of Task and Reward Preference on Accumulated Rewards. The competition was held at the 2019 Gulf Coast ABA Conference held October 18-19 in New Orleans. She is currently a student at Louisiana State University. Way to go Allison!