What to Expect from Behavior Analysts
 

What to Expect From Your Behavior Analyst

What should you expect from your behavior analyst?  The highest level of quality and ethical standards!

 

The Standards of Practice for Applied Behavioral Analysis in Minnesota is a handbook for community members on the quality of services you should expect.  Scroll down to read more.

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MNABA wrote the Standards of Practice in 2012 to promote the highest standards of behavioral treatment.  Click the picture above, or the link below to learn about what you can expect from your behavior analyst.

Parents, Educators, Consumers, and Stakeholders in Behavior Analytic Services

COMMUNITY

Are you or a loved one receiving behavior support?  Are you an educator that is looking to find out how ABA can help in your classroom?  MNABA can help you to connect with community resources and become informed.

 

MNABA POSITION ON SECLUSION AND RESTRAINT

The Minnesota Northland Association for Behavior Analysis (MNABA) supports the elimination of restraint and seclusion as components of therapeutic treatment regimens for children, adolescents, and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and mental health disorders. Restraint should only be used in the case of emergency (immediate threat to safety of the individual or others in close proximity), and should be considered a safety protocol not having therapeutic benefit.

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