APBS Conference Exhibitors
All for KIDZ, Inc. provides character education assemblies and resources to thousands of elementary schools each year. Their flagship programs are The NED Show and Kindness Adventure. Both programs start with a school-wide assembly presentation that delivers lasting messages about kindness, inclusion, perseverance and other themes that support healthy schools.
AAIDD is the definitive membership organization and the authoritative source of information for those in the intellectual disability profession. AAIDD promotes progressive policies, sound research, effective practices, and universal human rights for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. AAIDD publications offer current and peer-reviewed resources on critical issues, evidence-based practices, policy, planning, and training. AAIDD's journals—AJIDD, IDD, and Inclusion—report research on all aspects of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Visit us at our conference bookstore.
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Aura Photographs are a powerful aid to understanding life patterning. Colors indicate skill of teaching, care-giving, intuition, teaching, healing, etc. Belle has over 50 years of reading experience and degrees in Psychology, Life Coaching and Shamanic Training.
Behavior Analysis Online (BAO) delivers high quality behavior analysis courses using advanced instructional technologies. Our mission is to share the power of behavior analysis in ways that improve life for people and organizations across the globe. Our courses are self-paced, accessible 24/7 and we now offer a Fast-Track program.
The Boys Town Education Model offers educators and administrators the Social/Emotional tools and strategies to meet the specific needs of all students. Boys Town specializes in partnering with schools and communities to implement a school-wide approach that improves culture through Social/Emotional Learning, classroom management strategies, and students’ social skill development.
Check & Connect is an evidence-based intervention designed to enhance student engagement at school and with learning for marginalized, disengaged students in grades K-12 through relationship building, problem solving and capacity building, and persistence. Visit http://checkandconnect.unm.edu for more information, including the new monitoring app and 2017 Student Engagement Conference.
Collaborative Learning Solutions (CLS) partners with education and social service agencies to provide a comprehensive set of solutions around discipline, mental health, and equity. CLS provides: (1) data solutions for PBIS, school climate, and disproportionality, (2) consultation and coaching to establish tiered systems for behavior and mental health, and (3) alternative Tier III programs for students traditionally served in highly restrictive settings.
Emote provides staff real-time insight into student social-emotional outcomes and behavioral escalation.
With this insight, staff can support proactive intervention, implement a whole-child approach to personalized learning and use the most comprehensive data to inform reporting.
Florida Tech’s Continuing Education offers courses in ABA. Students receive the coursework necessary for certification and CE courses to maintain certification. Dr. Jose Martinez-Diaz shares his passion and dedication to helping improve the lives of others by providing students with the education to master the concepts and principles of ABA.
The International Bullying Prevention Association (IBPA) was founded in 2003 when grassroots practitioners and researchers came together to convene the first conference in the US entirely focused on bullying prevention. Since then, it has grown to be the premier global membership organization dedicated to advancing bullying prevention best practices by: • Convening research-based forums • Advocating best practices • Promoting positive school climate • Collaborating across disciplines/sectors/fields. The International Bullying Prevention Association is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Become an IBPA member and gain access to a number of exclusive benefits and resources.
Kickboard is a configurable, web based platform making it easy to record, track and reinforce the behaviors that make up a school’s ideal culture. With intuitive features including one click behavior tracking and built-in reward systems, educators have the tools needed to collect, analyze and share data in real time.
Lions Quest is an evidence-based PreK-12 Social and Emotional Learning program (SEL) that promotes positive behavior, connection to school, character education, bullying prevention, drug awareness, and service-learning. Lions Quest is evidence-based, proven effective, and designed to be easily implemented with fidelity.
Our Roll Out Kits help educators get enthusiastic buy-in and engagement for their PBIS programs. Kits include posters, banners, signs, clip art, coloring sheets, gotcha rewards and other visual aids customized around a school’s mascot and PBIS program. Learn about mascot-centric school climates at MascotJunction.com.
For more than thirty-five years, the Mendez Foundation has been developing Too Good Programs to build social emotional skills in children to foster self and social awareness. Engaging, interactive lessons and activities provide students with prevention education that equips them happy and healthy lives free of drugs and violence.
OCALI’s Autism Certification Center presents ASD Strategies in Action, an online video-based learning solution, which provides educators, families and service providers practical information and instruction in evidence-based practices, demonstrated with real-life examples, so that they can effectively care for, support, educate, employ or work with individuals on the autism spectrum.
Our professionally designed visuals are reinforcing school environments that are aligned with the National PBIS Blueprint. Our timely products coincide with creating positive expectations’ for students and staff school wide. The goal is clear, to help support K12 schools with consistency of common language, positive outcomes and fidelity around the PBIS implementation process.
PBIS Rewards is an automated, school-wide PBIS solution that helps your token economy go paperless. Quickly and easily recognize students for meeting behavior expectations and track data automatically! With PBIS Rewards, administrators can pull a wide variety of data reports to ensure staff members are implementing PBIS with consistency.
Based at the University of Oregon’s College of Education, PBISApps is a part of Educational and Community Supports—a research center that turns peer-reviewed research into real-world solutions. We are a leader in the data-based decision making space and pioneer applications that enable educators to use student behavioral data when implementing real-time solutions in schools.
Pearson offers effective, innovative assessment and intervention tools for school professionals, which provide you greater insight as you make decisions to achieve successful outcomes. Product areas include behavior, achievement, ability, and language, providing results to guide intervention planning and track progress. Our products include BASC™-3, Review360® Behavior Matters™, SSIS™, and Vineland™-3.
Playworks believes in the power of play to make kids, schools, and communities stronger. On our playgrounds, everyone plays, everyone belongs, and everyone has the opportunity to get in the game. We change school culture by placing coaches in schools and offering professional development to staff.
The evidence-based Second Step program from Committee for Children brings social-emotional learning to schools around the world. Combined with the Principal Tool Kit, the Second Step program allows educators to implement school wide social-emotional learning. Together these programs give teachers, counselors, and principals the tools to teach and reinforce important social-emotional skills
UO Real Solutions in Classroom Management puts dynamic, research-based professional development at your fingertips. You decide when and where you want to study. Gain the skills you need to create a respectful, positive classroom behaviors. Taught by Jeffrey Sprague.
Webster University’s Special Education programs prepare leaders in the field who strive to improve the quality of life of individuals with disabilities. Programs include MAT (Mild/Moderate Disabilities), MA in Special Education (emphases: ABA, PBIS, and Severe Developmental Disabilities & Autism), online Certificates in Applied Behavior Analysis and PBIS.