Organizations that wish to support APBA financially in return for certain premiums are invited to become Sponsors in one of two categories:
- Advocacy Organizations - non-profit entities that have the primary purpose of advocating for consumers of applied behavior analysis services
- Other Organizations - profit or not-for-profit organizations that offer products and services related to behavior analysis. These organizations may choose from among five levels of Sponsorship.
For details and the Sponsor application, click here.
Current APBA Sponsors
The organizations listed here are current Sponsors of APBA. Please note that Sponsorships are not organizational memberships in APBA, and Sponsorship does not involve or imply evaluation, accreditation, endorsement, or certification of the Sponsor organization by APBA. Sponsors may only refer to themselves as "APBA Sponsors." Any references stating or implying partnership, affiliation, evaluation, accreditation, endorsement or certification are prohibited. Misrepresentation of the relationship with APBA may be grounds for termination of Sponsorship, without refund of contribution. It is expected that all Sponsors will act in accordance with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. (BACB) Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts.
Click on the logo or "Website" for more information about each Sponsor.
AdvoServ's Mission Life Without Behavior Barriers AdvoServ's mission is to provide humane and effective behavior analysis services to individuals with developmental disabilities and mental health issues. AdvoServ offers empirically verified behavioral treatment strategies for challenging behavior such as self-injury, aggression and other problems that interfere with living and learning. These proven, positive and comprehensive strategies are intended to help individuals overcome the burdens and barriers associated with severe and intractable problems, and to achieve an enhanced quality of life through behavior change.
Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy (BABAT)
Formed in 1979, BABAT is perhaps best known for the annual conferences it has hosted at UMass (Amherst) every year for over 30 years. This conference is for professionals, teachers, students, and persons interested in the areas of behavior analysis, autism, developmental disabilities, ethics, behavioral medicine, staff development, and more.
New England Center for Children
Founded in 1975, NECC serves over 300 students with autism in behaviorally based early intervention, pre-school, day and residential programs in the US and the United Arab Emirates, and partners with school districts to replicate its program in public school settings. NECC provides ABA consulting and training for educators, clinicians and parents. NECC’s computerized curriculum, the Autism Curriculum Encyclopedia® (ACE®), is used across its programs as well as in pilot classrooms in public schools.
Supported by on-site Masters and PhD degree programs in ABA and Special Education, NECC’s active commitment to applied behavioral research focuses on best practices in autism treatment, functional assessment/ treatment of problem behavior, effective motivational systems, generalization/ maintenance of treatment gains, verbal behavior, social/play skill deficits, and basic learning processes.
Trumpet Behavioral Health
At Trumpet Behavioral Health, our highly skilled behavior specialists combine their expertise and commitment to provide the best, research-based behavior treatments available. Offering the latest treatments based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, we provide clinical services in homes, schools, communities, and intensive treatment centers. Under the clinical direction of Dr. Linda A. LeBlanc, PhD, BCBA-D, we feature one of the largest networks of Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®) and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst® (BCaBA®) providers. Our clinical team and professionals are devoted to providing a compassionate, client-centered approach. Through our clinical research, we strive to establish the most effective and efficient treatments as standard practice. We serve Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. TBH also provides ABA-focused software for schools across the US and Canada. Visit us at www.TBH.com.
SEEK Education, Inc.
Serving with compassion Striving for advancement
STE Consultants LLC
Summit Educational Resources
Summit Educational Resources, located in Western New York, is a nonprofit organization that offers a full range of educational, therapeutic, and family support programs and services for children and young adults (birth through age 21). Summit’s staff of 500 professionals utilizes evidence-based practices in working with 1700 individuals each year who are challenged by communication disorders, behavioral challenges, autism and related developmental disabilities. For more information: www.summited.org
Connecticut Center for Child Development, Inc.
Lovaas Institute Midwest
Scarab Behavioral Health Services, LLC
Scarab Behavioral Health Services is a licensed, CARF-accredited mental health outpatient facility providing intensive in-home ABA services. Scarab works with children with developmental disabilities and problem behaviors, ages 2-18, in Middle and East Tennessee. Scarab commits to involve parents in training and setting goals for their children.
The Shape of Behavior
Therapeutic Pathways/The Kendall School
Behavioral Intervention Psychological Services PC
BIPS provides empirically supported psychological and behavioral services to children with learning or behavioral challenges and their families through application of the principles of behavior analysis.
Butterfly Effects, LLC
Central Valley Autism Project, Inc.
"Our goal is to maximize each child's potential. Part of this is to ensure that she or he is happy and excited about being an active participant in the world around them"
Keystone Behavioral Pediatrics
Love 2 Learn Consulting LLC
Medical Reimbursement Consultants, Inc.
Professional Crisis Management Association, Inc.
Since 1982, Professional Crisis Management Association, Inc. has been dedicated to providing expert instruction, education and dissemination of clinically effective, evidence-based practices for individuals with special needs.
The Bay School
TBS is a non-profit, non-public school located in Santa Cruz, California. TBS provides scientifically-based educational services to students with autism and other developmental disabilities.
The DATA Group
The ELIJA School/ELIJA Foundation
To improve the quality of life for individuals with autism by empowering parents, caregivers, advocates and professionals acting on their behalf. By offering extensive information, the Elija Foundation is able to assist parents and others to participate actively and with knowledge in the individual’s educational and intervention services. The Elija Foundation is also committed to providing support for addressing the social and emotional needs of family members who have been touched by autism. Our goal is to keep our community on the forefront of educational and intervention services that are grounded in the science of applied behavior analysis. The focus is to make a socially significant impact in the lives of those with autism.
The Learning Tree, Inc.
The Learning Tree, Inc. serves children with intellectual disabilities through its three residential schools, three inclusive preschools and, a consulting program for public schools and other organizations.
The Virginia Institute of Autism
West Coast Behavioral Consultants, Inc.
Come see how young upstarts from UNT are expanding how behavior analysis is applied on the West Coast.
A.P.P.L.E. Consulting, LLC
Behavior Development Solutions
Clarity Service Group-A member of the Pennhurst Group LLC
Comprehensive Autism Related Education (CARE), Inc.
Little Leaves Behavioral Services
Positive Behavior Supports Corp.
Technology North - TN ActiveCare
The Learning Lane
The Shape of Behavior, Inc,