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.
New England Center for Children
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 Summit Center
With a staff of more than 600 professionals and expertise in autism treatment, Summit is Western New York’s leading non-profit provider of evidence-based educational, behavioral health, adult, and family support services to more than 2300 individuals with developmental, social and behavioral challenges. Services include diagnostic evaluations, early intervention, therapeutic services, school (ages 3 – 21), consulting, a range of individual and family support programs and services, respite programs, pre-vocational training, summer programs, and a behavioral health clinic.
Connecticut Center for Child Development, Inc.
HOPE Group, LLC.
All of our programs are based on applied behavior analysis and grounded in evidence-based practice. We offer families and schools access to comprehensive evaluation and intensive behavior supports. Our clinical leadership team possesses extensive experience and training in the assessments and treatment of autism and related disorders.
Therapeutic Pathways, Inc.
We provide ABA intervention to individuals with Autism in centers, home, school, and community settings throughout Northern California. BCBAs choose us because of the opportunities for professional development and advancement while being mentored in an environment where there are the necessary resources to provide high quality intervention
ABACS is committed to delivering the highest standard of applied behavior analysis services to people diagnosed with autism and other developmental and behavioral disorders.
Behavior Development Solutions
Behavior Development Solutions is the developer of the CBA Learning Module Series--the premier BACB exam prep resource and curriculum supplement.
Kennedy Krieger Institute Dept of Behavioral Psychology
The Department of Behavioral Psychology provides services for a variety of pediatric populations, as well as training in ABA, DD, behavioral pediatrics, and family therapy.
The Thompson Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Our services in Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey include home ABA programs, school consultation, and program evaluations - ABA improving lives.
Crossroads Center for Children
Therapy and Beyond