August 2017 Mini-Conference & CEU Event

130 BEST Building, Edwards Campus, University of Kansas
12600 Quivira Road, Overland Park, Kansas


PLEASE NOTE: By registering for the conference, you are granting KansABA permission to include your likeness in photograph(s) in any and all of its publications and in any and all other media, whether now known or hereafter existing, controlled by KansABA, in perpetuity, and for other use by KansABA. You will make no monetary or other claim against KansABA for the use of the photograph(s). KansABA will not release photographs to third parties or sell them.

2017 Conference and Career Fair

The Challenges of Everyday Child Behavior: From Research to Practice

Thank you to all those who attended and helped make this such a successful conference! We look forward to next year. Please like us on Facebook to stay up-to-date with upcoming events and next year's conference. 

A big thank you to our speakers!

Raymond G. Miltenberger (University of South Florida)

Brian D. Greer (University of Nebraska Medical Center's Munroe-Meyer Institute)

Kevin C. Lcuzynski (University of Nebraska Medical Center's Munroe-Meyer Institute)

Matthew P. Normand (University of the Pacific)

Thomas Zane (University of Kansas)

Mike L. Wasmer (Autism Speaks)

Congratulations to our poster winners:

1st Place: An Analysis of a Collaborative Community Truancy Prevention and Diversion Program.
KELSEY DACHMAN 1 , Austin O’Neal 1 , Kate Holman 2 , Pam Weigand 2 , James A. Sherman 1 , & Jan B. Sheldon 1 (University of Kansas 1 & Douglass County Youth Services 2)

2nd Place: Increasing Child Compliance with Essential Healthcare Routines: Acquisition and Generalization.
Kelley L. Harrison, Kimberley L. M. Zonneveld, Pamela L. Neidert, ALEC M. BERNSTEIN (University of Kansas)

3rd Place: Establishing Novel Vocalizations by Conditioning Speech Sounds as Reinforcers for Individuals with a Minimal Vocal Repertoire. KELLEY L. HARRISON , Ashley N. Romero, Marcella M. Hangen, Pamela L. Neidert (University of Kansas)

2017 Conference Sponsors

Kansas City Behavioral Health - Milestones Behavioral and Therapy Services (Kansas City, Missouri)

Milestones Behavioral and Therapy Services is a company that provides services in a variety of environments including public and private schools and residential-and-clinical-based programs utilizing the principles of behavior analysis.

Representatives: Karen Sanger (President), Tyler Ré (Clinical Director), Jae Pemberton (Clinical Supervisor), Kathy Stegman (BCBA), Erin Savidge (BCBA), & Matt Reid.

Phone: (816) 501-5138

Email: info@pbmkc.com

Currently hiring: BCBA, BCaBA, behavior technician, behavioral implementer, OT, & PT at our South Kansas City location.

Any direct-service provider, nonprofit government agency, educational institution, or individual may be a sponsor an upcoming KansABA conference. Sponsorships are $250. They include one conference registration and its benefits (e.g., lunch) and the sponsor’s name in the program and on our website. If interested, please register below.

Membership and Registration

For membership Category explanations, click here.

Stay tuned for registration for our 2018 Annuual Conference. Registration includes KansABA membership; admission to the conference’s Career and Education Fair; snacks and drinks throughout the conference; and box lunches. Conference registration confers KansABA membership until the next conference.

KansABA members may apply for reduced-rate “chapter/adjunct” membership status in ABAI. It provides ABAI member benefits, but not a subscription to The Behavior Analyst or ABAI voting privileges. Among the benefits of chapter/adjunct membership are the ABAI conferences, continuing education at the conferences or through ABAI’s online Learning Center, and access to job postings, liability insurance, and a practitioner journal.

PLEASE NOTE: The conference will have an official photographer. By registering for the conference, you are granting KansABA permission to include your likeness in photograph(s) in any and all of its publications and in any and all other media, whether now known or hereafter existing, controlled by KansABA, in perpetuity, and for other use by KansABA. You will make no monetary or other claim against KansABA for the use of the photograph(s). KansABA will not release photographs to third parties or sell them.
 

If you would like to donate money to the Kansas Association for Behavior Analysis, you may do so below! We appreciate your contributions!