April Talks on Tuesdays Webibar
Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) or Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBAs) to provide developmental services? How do we do that? How would this be different than using other providers who provide developmental services? How would we pay for this? 

Members of the Community of Practice in Autism (CoPA) wondered the same things so they decided that a web discussion might help to sort through these questions and get some answers. Join us as Carol Burke, Infant & Toddler Connection of Rockbridge Area Local System Manager, Catherine Hancock, Early Intervention Administrator, and Selena Layden, VCU Autism Center for Excellence (ACE) Assistant Director of Training and BCBA, share information and elicit audience participation for an engaging online discussion. Cori Hill will facilitate our discussion.


April Talks on Tuesdays Presenters

Carol Burke is the Local System Manager in Rockbridge.  She has a degree in Early Childhood Special Education and, along with managing her local system, she provides service coordination and developmental services.

Catherine Hancock is the Early Intervention Administrator for Virginia.  She is a nurse and has worked in community and hospital settings.

Cori Hill is the Early Intervention Professional Development Specialist with the Partnership for People with Disabilities at Virginia Commonwealth University. She has worked in early intervention for over 23 years as an infant program director, infant development specialist, service coordinator, and professional development provider. 

Selena Layden is the Assistant Director for Training at VCU-ACE where she facilitates the Virginia Applied Behavior Analysis Consortium, the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in ASD at VCU, and other state-wide training initiatives for families, schools, and service providers who support individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).  

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