Best Practices in Organizational Ethics

In our Organizational Ethics Series, we will explore this topic using a systems approach. The global autism ecosystem is comprised of many different parties, some of whom with conflicting agendas. And yet, in order to provide children, adolescents and adults with the services they medically need, each member of the ecosystem must work together and do their part to fulfill their obligations. It is when members of this ecosystem fail to ethically discharge their obligations that things being to change — for the worse.

As with all our other Ethics webinars, we incorporated cases submitted by BCBAs and RBTs in the field to provide a deeper learning experience.

Audit Proofing Your Organization

For most ABA Organizations, selling to a PE firm is not an option as the minimum revenue requirement is $10 million and above. Does this mean that organizations with sales below $10 million can’t realize a financial exit? NO! There are several viable exit options for smaller, private agencies.

An ability to exit a business for several millions of dollars just doesn’t just happen. It takes work and diligence to make a business attractive to an acquirer. In short, an organization has to show that it’s running a tight ship. Acquirers are looking to mitigate their risk. One way demonstrate an organization’s ability to mitigate its greatest risk is to demonstrate its ability to successfully emerge from an insurance audit.

We will identify and provide the best practices to assist your organization in auditing.

  • Exit options and a picture of a tightly run ship
  • Audit proofing strategies upon business formation
  • Audit proofing strategies post formation
  • Proactive: risk mitigation strategies
  • Reactive: what to do when faced with an auditRights and obligations
  • Potential risks and outcomes

Realities of BCBA Supervision

What are the realities of Supervision for BCBAs and BCaBA? Depending on the quality of the supervisor and the supervisee, it can be the BEST or WORST experience in one’s profession.

The webinar used actual case scenarios submitted by BCBAs, BCaBAs, RBTs and BCBA Candidates around the world to discuss positive and negative experiences to identify strategies and guidelines to ensure a positive supervision experience. Using the Supervision Best Practices model, with our panel of experts, we reviewed will -review recommendations on ways to approach challenging situations behavior analysts face during supervision.