Many independent ABA providers struggle to afford integrated data management systems yet they need the support these systems provide to maintain clinical and operations standards. This presentation will teach participants how to use a behavioral systems approach to identify and analyze operational contingencies and specify performance objectives across various aspects of an ABA organization. Information will be provided to help participants develop and design systems, using low-cost technology, as well as methods to evaluate these systems to determine if they are functioning effectively and efficiently. The webinar will include visual samples of metrics and dashboards for a variety of key organizational areas (e.g., client outcomes, staff performance, supervision requirements, etc.). The information covered in this presentation will provide numerous jumping-off points for individuals to integrate behavioral systems within their own organizations.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will learn the six steps of behavioral systems analysis 

  2. Participants will learn how to develop metrics for analyzing meaningful data 

  3. Participants will learn how to develop dashboards to track key performance indicators

About the Presenter

Jamie Hughes Lika
Dr. Hughes-Lika has been providing evidence-based services for children with autism and related disorders for over 21 years. She has been board certified since 2001 and is a licensed behavior analyst in the state of Nevada. She is also an Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) Certified Therapist. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in both Psychology and Sociology from Saint Ambrose University, in 1999. She then relocated to Denver, CO and worked for an organization providing behavior analytic services, and in 2001 she obtained her BCaBA certification. In 2004, she obtained a Master of Arts degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from The Ohio State University, studying under Professors Cooper, Heron, and Heward. Her thesis consisted of the assessment and treatment of automatically-maintained problem behavior, under the supervision of Dr. Stephanie Peterson. In 2015, she earned her PhD in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities from the University of Kent, in the UK. Her dissertation focused on the development of a 12-week parent-mediated naturalistic developmental behavioral intervention (NDBI) for toddlers with ASD.

Course information

  • Title: Technology to Enhance Supervision 2.0
  • Presenter: Jamie Hughes Lika Ph.D., BCBA-D
  • Duration: 1 hour and 40 minutes
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