Registration for FABA 2022 is OPEN!

We are excited to officially open Registration and the hotel booking link for the FABA 2022 Conference. Again this year, the 42nd annual conference will be a hybrid event with virtual events livestreamed through BehaviorLive. Additionally, the OBM Network is coming with FABA to Ponte Vedra Beach to celebrate 40 years!  We encourage our members to register for both FABA and the OBM Network conference!

FABA Members have the option to register to attend FABA online or in-person at the beautiful Sawgrass Marriott Resort and Spa. Please note that registration for the in-person option will be capped. If you are unable to secure registration to attend in-person, we invite you to attend virtually.

Join us for FABA 2022 by registering now! 

In order to book your room, please click here.

To register for the OBM Network, please click here.

*Please note that FABA is working to add additional room nights to Friday night to accommodate the increase in demand.

 Visit the conference information page to find out about becoming a Sponsor or click here.


 

The Call for Papers is open:

To submit workshops, panels, symposia, papers, ignites, or posters, please visit https://behaviorlive.com/faba/call-for-papers
 
To submit special event requests or meetings, please visit: https://faba.memberclicks.net/2022meetingsandevents

 DEADLINE: June 12, 2022 at 11:59 PM


The 42nd Meeting of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis
September 21-23, 2022

in partnership with the
OBM Network Conference
Saturday, September 24, 2022

FABA Invited Speakers OBM Invited Speakers

Keynote Gina Green, PhD, BCBA-D

Elizabeth Fong, PhD, BCBA-D

Corina Jimenez-Gomez, PhD, BCBA-D

David J. Cox, PhD, MSB, BCBA-D

Nicole Gravina, PhD

Kathryn Peterson, PhD, BCBA-D 

Tyra Sellers, JD, PhD, BCBA-D

 

Judith Komaki, Ph.D.

Maria Malott, Ph.D. 

Ivy Chong, PhD, BCBA-D

Doug Johnson, Ph.D., BCBA-D

Shannon Biagi, M.S., BCBA

Krystyna Riley, M.A.

 

 

Check out 42nd Annual Conference for more information!

Click above for details!

 FABA Update Regarding South Florida Moratorium and Upcoming CPT Codes

ALERT – We Have to Keep Working....

FABA continues to be in frequent contact with AHCA to address their proposed changes to the fee schedule and policy manual that will impact ABA service recipients and their families, plus providers across Florida. These meetings have already produced changes, and we are hopeful more changes will come as a result of our combined efforts.

Stay Up to Date…    

Please put a prompt in your calendar to check weekly or more often for more detailed updates on:

Stay In Touch…

Also, we need you to email the Legislative and Public Policy Committee at [email protected] with ANY questions, comments, or concerns!

Let's Celebrate...

Registered Behavior Technicians are now included as “Private Instructional Personnel” allowed to provide Applied Behavior Analysis services for students in Florida’s Public Schools. Thank you to everyone who advocated, spoke, called, emailed and supported the efforts for the past three years. We are grateful to our House Sponsor, Rep. Placensia, and Senate Sponsor, Sen. Hooper, who were able to influence unanimous support from their colleagues to vote in favor of the bill and to the Governor who signed this bill into law effective July 1, 2022. It was truly a statewide effort and an achievement we can all celebrate!

FABA welcomes feedback year round but just after the annual conference, a specific feedback link will be posted below where attendees can offer suggestions, advice, and commentary on the 2022 conference.

In the meantime, please email [email protected] should you need to reach someone!

Please note: We, as an association, support, encourage, and advocate for a diverse, equitable, and transparent environment. We strive to offer an environment where presenters can connect, share important ideas, challenges, and accomplishments relevant to our science and work in Florida. Each year we provide contact information for presenters directly in our program to facilitate communication between attendees and presenters should there be a need for follow-up conversations. FABA encourages anyone who left a presentation feeling encouraged, inspired, or concerned, to consider contacting presenters individually to share direct feedback.