ABA 101 will have an administrative focus that concentrates on how to open and manage an ABA business as a business leader. Topics will include components of state licensing, liability insurance, employees vs. contractors, outsourcing vs. insourcing tasks, in-network vs. out-of-network services, insurance vs. private pay, taxes, scheduling, billing, credentialing, authorizations, onboarding new staff, administrative policies and procedures, as well as overall management strategies.

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The Haring Center

The Haring Center for Research and Training in Inclusive Education at the University of Washington has been a leader in inclusive education since its inception in 1966. The Haring Center is dedicated to improving the lives of children with developmental disabilities and their families through research and training that drive education policy practice. The Haring Center is a resource for any school or agency seeking assistance with staff training, coaching, program review, curriculum development and implementation of inclusive programs.

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What's Included

  • Outline

    1. Learning Objectives 2. Business Plan 3. Expenses in Opening an ABA Business 4. Government Registration 5. Professional Support 6. Liability Insurance 7. Taxes 8. Outsourcing 9. Revenue 10. Insuranc...

  • Handout

  • Video Presentation

  • Opening an ABA Company

  • Quiz and Certificate

  • Presenter CV

    Christopher Jones Ph.D. BCBA-D is a full-time consulting staff member at the Haring Center. His past research at the University of Puget Sound and the University of Washington concentrated on social a...