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I get lots of questions and emails from people curious about the field of ABA, and how to become an ABA provider.
Like, a lot of questions.
A lot, LOT, of questions.
After probably question #999,999, it finally dawned on me that maybe a handy dandy resource would be helpful for people. So with this post I present that handout to you!
Oh stop, no applause is necessary.
Okay, if you insist.
Below you will find a massive list of links that will lead you to specific posts that should answer your burning questions about entering the field of ABA. At the very bottom of this post, you can download a FREE (we like that word around here) handout that goes into great detail about how to enter this field and kick off a rewarding career.
I tried to be as thorough as possible, but of course, I can't possibly answer questions about every possible scenario. So if you live in Alaska and want to know how to open the first Verbal- Behavior -intervention -clinic- for -left -handed -girls- with- Autism- who- wear -glasses ... yeah I can't help you.
Everyone else, please peruse the information below. I hope its helpful!
**Remember, sharing is caring so if you know someone who could use this information feel free to pass it along.
Why being an ABA provider is so amazing
This is what a great ABA therapist looks like
This is what a horrible ABA therapist looks like
ABA provider dress code
Why I love my job
Selecting a quality ABA employer
Getting ready for your first few interviews for ABA jobs Part I and II
Common ABA work settings
So you want to be a Superhero?
That lo-o-o-ng road to the BCBA
Finding work post BCBA certification
What to expect after being hired for an ABA position
You should be checking this website out on a regular basis: Behavior Analyst Certification Board
Free handout: Why ABA Wants YOU!