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.
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
NECC serves nearly 500 students with autism in behaviorally based early intervention, pre-school, day, and residential programs, and in partnership with New England school districts and replication programs in public school settings. For some students our focus is on reducing challenging behavior while increasing communication and independent living skills. For others the focus is on strengthening academic and social skills as we prepare them to return to the public schools or adult living. NECC provides comprehensive educational and clinical services based on the principles of applied behavior analysis.
NECC’s active commitment to clinical, applied, and translational behavioral research focuses on best practices in autism treatment. Over the past several years the Center has been developing the Autism Curriculum Encyclopedia® (ACE®), a computerized curriculum based on our 35 years of applied research and treatment of children with autism. Available worldwide, the ACE is a web-based toolkit providing special educators with an evidence-based program to effectively assess, teach, and evaluate individuals with autism.
NECC provides training in ABA and instructional strategies for educators, parents, community members, and students in on-site masters and PhD degree programs through Simmons College and Western New England University.
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
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.
Central Valley Autism Project
CVAP provides children, adolescents, teens and adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to maximize their own potential and improve their independence, inclusion, and overall quality of life. We do this through evidence-based assessment and treatment based on the principles of applied behavior analysis.
Connecticut Center for Child Development, Inc
H.O.P.E. Group, LLC.
Melmark, Inc. and Melmark New England
ABPathfinder develops cutting edge healthcare technology to help therapists cut administrative time and enrich the lives of individuals with autism.
Advanced Training Solutions
Training and data collection technology designed to reduce costs, increase billable hours, and build operational efficiencies for ABA providers.
Comprehensive Autism Related Education (CARE), Inc.
CARE, Inc. provides evidence-based services to individuals of all ages who exhibit a variety of delays and disabilities in the greater Los Angeles County area.
Ensure Billing / EBI
"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"
Love 2 Learn
Sd Associates LLC
Step By Step Academy, Inc
Step By Step offers customized, integrated care that combines the best of ABA, behavioral counseling and therapy, and mental health services under one umbrella.
The Thompson Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Virginia Institute of Autism
The Virginia Institute of Autism (VIA) improves the lives of people with autism through ABA. We offer comprehensive, evidence-based school, outpatient, and adult services.
Crossroads Center for Children
The Bay School
The Faison School for Autism